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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Died on Active Service DAVIDSON—In loving memory of our dear eon Ted, who made the Su preme Sacrifice February Gtli. ' In our garden ot Memories he will always be with us." —Sadly missed by his loving mother and father. DAVIDSON—In loving memory of Ted who made the Supreme Sacrifice February 6th. You live with us in memory still, Kwt just today, hut always will. —Inserted by bis loving brother Claude (A.I.F.) and sister-in-law I-orna. DAVIDSON—A tribute of love nnd [honour to Ted, who mode the Supreme Sacrifice February Gtli. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept, We who loved you never forger. —Ever remembered by iovincr Myra, brother-in-law "Johnny" and family. DAVIDSON—In proud remembrance of my loved husband, Ted (M.G.), who died of illness February 6th (result of wounds January 20th). Laid to Rest at Ipswich (Qld.) War Ceme tery, February 7th. Aged 29 years. "He gave his life that others might live". —Always remembered by Olive. MARSHALL — A tribute of love and remembrance to ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS FURTHER SOLDIERS HOME FROM NEW GUINEA Hall Crowded Out At Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS FURTHER SOLDIERS HOME FROM NEW GUINEA j Hall Crowded Out I AtRemnark On Saturday night about 250 gath ered at the Keumark R.A.O.J3. Hail, and outside, to welcome home soldiers from the hard New Guinea campaign. Two other men were also honoured. The troops from New Guinea all show ed the strain o£ the campaign they had been through. Those who par aded were Cpl. D. Shepperd, Ptes. J. Pyers, L. Keightley, Keg Harrip, and R. S. Wakefield all from New Guinea. Pte. David Coombe from "somewhere in Australia" and L.A.C, C. S. War ren (R.A.A.F.) were the other guests of honour. Mr. Ern Jackson mar shalled the troops and called the roll. The Mayor (Mr. S. A. James) Baid that it was grand to see so many well known faces with them that evening. On behalf of the people he represented he extended to the troops a hearty welcome. They had done their duty nobly and had done a wonderful Job in a terrible campaign. They also had with them L.A.C. Warren and Pte. D. Coombe. The...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

{Rivoli Theatre, Berri Saturday, February 20—"That night in Bio" (A) filmed In beautiful tecbni colour, features Don Ameehe and Alice Faye. How the Motor Cycle Squad spend their days is laughingly told in the 20th Century-Fox comedy, "We Go Past". . The laughs start when motor cycle policeman Don Deforest stops off at "Billy's Beanery" to.And fresh Alan Curtis flirting i •with Lynn Barf, the waitress Don had considered his giri The two boys have a tussle, which ends "only when a customer tries to hold up the restaurant. Wednesday.- February 84 — "Three Girls about Town" (A) features Joan j Blondell and BinnJe Barnes. Robert Preston and Martha O'Driscoll have.an exciting time together in Par moutit's "Pacific31acUout.** • The film's swift action takes place In it large Am erican city during a practice blackout and air raid alert. ' Preston, a young inventor, is sentenced to death for a murder committed by a ring of interna tional spies. Martha helps Mm escape and, while strehs- wail....

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Bonney Theatre, Barmera Saturday and Monday, February 20 and \22 — In "International I/ady" Uona. Masaey appears as an attractive espionage ager^ 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 Geo. Brent plays the male lead. Marjorie Woodworth star of "Broad way Limited,"" was a drum majorette of the University of Southern Cali fornia band, when she caught the eyes of talent scouts. She has been dancing ever since she was a child— ballet, tap, and exhibition ballroom dancing. Wednesday, January 24 — Bud ab bott and Lou Costello come back to the screen in' "Hold That Ghost." Playing in support are Richard Carlson, Joan Davis, Mischa Auer, Evelyn Ank ers, Shemp Howard, the Andrews Sla ters and Ted Lewis and his orchestra. Opening in a night club, the picture mores speedily to a service station where Abbott and Costello accidentally become entangled with a gangster,...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

RENMARK AIR ROSTER Monday, February 22: 0100 bxs. B. Steer; 0400 J. Rohde; 0700 W. Williams; 1000 F. Hansen; 1300 Miss M. Whillas; 1600 Miss K. Coambe; 1900 O. Rendell; 2200 R. Hameis&er. Tuesday: 0100 hrs. C. Freeman; 0400 A. I Jones; 0703 E. Jenkins; 1000 H. G. Evansj; I 1300 Mrs. E. Rledel and Miss K. Roberts; ! 1600 Miss I». Board; 1900 Miss M. Hoop ! er; 2200 F. Cocklngton, j Wednesday: 0100 hrs. C. Wood; 0100 h. HaynesJ; 0700 H. Fisher; 1000 R. Tuohy; | 1300 Mrs. G. Hamister; 1600 W. Board; i 1900 Miss M. Flayer; 2200 R. Hill, j Thursday: 0100 hrs. t>. Simmons; 0400 ; R. Jones; 0700 J. Jenkins; 1000 Mrs. Swan; j 1300 Mrs. B. Matullck; 1600 Miss. J. O'o : renshaw; 1900 Miss I. Ashenden; 2300 I.-. ■ bellmann. ! Friday: 0100 hrs. K. Weilenhofer; 0400 I G. Ward; 0700 W. Wlliams; 1000 Mrs. D. ! Ogilvy and Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300 Mrs. J. Archer; 1609 L. Humphries; 1900 MkU M. ■ Prance; 2200 A. Hickey. Saturday: 0100 hrs. H. Osborne; 0400 H. Schubert; 0700 A. Prlder; 103" Mis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

TIME THIS FRI., SAT., MON. Matinee, Saturday 1.45 RESERVATIONS PHONE 308 COMEDY FOR with JUDY CANOVA In th« Breeeiest, Most Hilarious and Looniest Laugh Hit of the Year "SLEEPTIME GAL" Supported by | PRESTON FOSTER Donald Duck Cartoon | in Espionage Thriller 4 I "LITTLE TOKYO U.S.A." NEWSREELS NEXT TUES., WED., THURS, FEBRUARY 23rd, 24th, 25th 1 {The screen's most thrilling star singing the world's most beautiful love songs I Plus: EDWAJRD G. ROBINSON in Mystery Drama "UNHOLY PARTNERS" — Newsreels On the Stage, TUESDAY only RENMARK'S LYRIC QUARTET ILONA MASSEY. NEW WINE ALAN CURTIS • B1NNIE BARNES • ALBERT BASSERMAN -John Duaisn • Billy Gilbert Sterling Hoilowaij ■ Pradscd-k WSIUAM SEKELY • Directed bij REISHOLD SCHUNZEL . FOR GENERAL EXHIB'TION THIS SATURDAY ONE NIGHT ONLY GENE TIERNEY in Sparkling Romantic Comedy "RINGS ON HER FINGERS" Plus: Hqpalong Cassidy Adventure "PIRATES ON HORSEBACK" DONALD DUCK — THREE NEWSREELS FLANNEL DANCE, kOXY WEDNESDA Y NEXT

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Dates to Remember [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Dates to Remember Feb. 20—Dance in Monash Hall . for Institute and Hall Funds. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS Feb. 19—Barm era Genuine Clear ing Sale, R. O. Fox. Feb. 19—Auction Sale, Renmark. R. P. James & Co. Feb. 23—Mo-orook Genuine Clear Ing Sale, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. February 25—Loxton Market, Golds brough Mort &. Co. Ltd. , February 26 — Waikerie Market, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. February 26—Furniture Sale, Ren mark, R. P, James & Co. March 1 — Genuine Clearing Sale, Taldra, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. Marcfh 3—Meribah /Clearing Sale, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. March 5—-Auction Sale, Renmark, R. P. James & Co.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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FILMS OF THE WEEK Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

FILMS OF THE WEEK Roxy and Ozone Theatres Judy Canova, rated as the world's No. 1 comedienne comes to the Ren mark Ozone Theatre for three nights, commencing- tomorrow ('Friday) in "SJeeptime Gal". In this picture Judy singe three new songs, and is ably sup Ported by Billy Gilbert, Tom Brown and a host of other well-known person alities. The supporting attraction "Little Tokyo U.S.A." features Preston Foster in a thrilling and daring es pionage drama. A Donald Duck car toon, "The Window Cleaner" and four of the latest newsreelg complete the programme. At the Roxy open air theatre on Sat urday night only a first release pro gramme will be screened, headed by Gene Tierney in the sparkling rom antic comedy "Rings on. her Fineers" supported by western adventure "Pir ates on Horseback". A Donald Duck cartoon and three newsreels complete the programme. Next Tuesday, "Wednesday and Thurs day, February 23, to 25, Ilona Massey the sensational star of "Balalaika" will be seen in "New Wine" a ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Missing in Air Operations [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Missing in Air Operations Sgt. Wireless Air Gunner Reginald M. Clark, of Berri, is reported mis sing during air operations. (Fur ther reference and a photo will appear later, Wounded in Action Mrs. M. Jones, of 17th Street has been advised that her son, Pte. Les lie Charles Jones Pte. L. C. Jones •was wounded m action in New Guin ea on January 20. Pte. Jones "was born in Adelaide, but had been in the Renmark district 1 since he was 14 months of age. He is 27 years of age. He enlisted in July 1942, and had only recently gone to New Guinea. Two other brothers are perving in the fight ing forces, Murray ill the Middle Bast and Ray a prisoner of war in Italy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Beet for Coughs, Colds, Influenaa. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure SAVE MONEY ! By purchasing your M«at fronf RENMARK BUTCHERY * BAKERY CO ITI) T»f6pfiOrti Renm«rfc 8 and 14. - J TViiBHH KEEN BUYERS Wmy

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

I FURNITURE SALE, FRIDAY, 26th FEBRUARY «AT 2.30 p.m. In the shop, Kenmark Avenue, known as MACROWS, opposite Riedel's Garage. R. P. JAMES & CO., Auctioneers) and Agents, Renmark have been instructed by MRS. E. H. CRERAR, to sell her Household Furniture and Effects:— "Berger" piano, 2 chests of drawers, wardrobe, double bed, f Iron bed, 3-piece bedroom suite, linoleums for 4 rooms, occasional tables, * oak sideboard, servitaire, solid cedar 3-lier dinner wagon, dining: chairs, sofa, 4 cane chairs, cupboard, rocking chair, fire kerb and fire irons, ice cest, seltzogene, cooking and kitchen utensils, 2 kitchen tables, dresser, kitchen chairs, safe, kero. stove, crockery, glassware,. Fowler jars, Primus stove, cool safe, bread crock, crockery drying rack, pot plants, washstand, separator, churn, buckets, lanterns, 3 wir« doors, firescreen, Gloria petrol house lighting plant, 2 verandah blinds, wash trouph and wringer, tub, toois, wheelbarrow, garden hose and many sundries. TERM...

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RENMARK HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING Improved Position; Retiring Members Re-elected Alteration to Method of Receiving Nominations [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

RENMARK HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING Improved Position; Retiring Members Re-elected Alteration to Method of Receiving Nominations A decided improvement in the finan cial position of the Remnark District Hospital was indicated by the report and balance sheet presented by the Board of Management to the annual meeting of ratepayers and subscribers held in the Institute hall last Friday evening. Due in part to an increased donation froni the Renmark Hotel, but also the result of improved col lection of fees, the bank overdraft, which stood at £2.907/8/10 at the cor responding- date last year, had been reduced to £1,910/1/5 on December. 31, 3942. Mr. G. H. Eaton (chairman) presided, and he was accompanied by Mr. J. M. G. Thompson (vice-chairman) and F. Hamlyn Hargrave (secretary). The report and balance sheet were presented tovthe small but represen tative attendance, and were adopted. Notice of Motion In the absence of the mover giving notice of motion at the last annual meeting (Mr. H. R. H...

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Promoted Lieutenant [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Promoted Lieutenant Word has been received that Sgt. Ron Rosenthal, wlio is serving in an A.I.F. field workshop unit, lias been promoted to the Rosenthal rank ' of lieutenant. Eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosen thal of Renmark, he has been with the A.I.P. for near ly three years, having seen serv ice in Egypt, Libya (he was a To bruk rat"), Pales tine, Syria, Trans jordania, and else where, before com ing back to Aus tralia and being transferred to N««r Guinea, where he is stationed. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Influansa. Cold#

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Pte. E. A. Boden, Cadell [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Pte. E. A. Boden. Cadell i Pte. B. A. Boden who was killed In action in New Guin Pte. E. A. Boden ea on November 23, attended the Cadeil Public School and in later years was employed .on various fruit blocks in the district. He en listed in June 1940, and .-ifter serving several months in the Midr'le 13;ist re turned to Australia in March 1942, and then posted to New Guinea. Pie. Boden was a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Boden (Cadel!) and his two' brothers John and Charlie are also in the A.I.F. Pte. James Sullivan Malpas Pte. James Sullivan, of Malpas. Via si been reported killed in action in N'w Guinea. (It is lvoped to puUisii fa ther particulars and n. photosrii* later).

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KILLED IN ACTION Pte. "Ted" Davidson [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

I KILLED IN ACTION Pte. "Ted"! Davidson SX945 Pte. M. G. tTed) Daridson who passed away as tie result of woujnas received in "New j Guinea, was the son of Mr. and Mri. Pte. M. G. ("Ted") Davidson R. W. Davidson, of Kiilkyne St., Reti mark. His wifi, formerly Miss Olive Hood, ol Renmarjc and Veitch, is ih the A. W.A.S. anji is at present staJ tioned in Adelaide Pte. Davidson was 29 years of agfej and was born ait] Renmark. He att I tended . the Renf! mark West Schoo^ and later workej on fruit properties in the district. With Pte. Gordon Andrews, who also lost his life in; New Guinea, some months ago, Ted erilisted in November 1939, and the two were together right, up until Pte. Andrews' death, their weddings, a double event, were sdj emnized by Padre H. R. Ballard prior to their embarking for overseas* The soldiers were in Tobruk for eight months and also saw service in Pal estine and Syria before returning tc Australia in March 1942. Two brothers of Pte. Davidson C. \V. and E, M. ar...

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GLOSSOP HIGH SCHOOL ROLL INCREASE Council Seeks More Accommodation [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

GLOSSOP HIGH SCHOOL ROLL INCREASE Council Seeks More Accommodation At a meeting of the Glopsop High school council lield February 8, the members listened to an interesting and instructive report by the head master (Mr. W. M. C. Symonds) on. the ex amination system. The council is anxious to provide recreation -for the girls at. the schoijl. There is a large increase in numbers attending the school this year, and the council is ap pealing to the Education department for more accommodation and also for an agricultural room. A tennis court for the rrirls and cricket pitch for the| boys are planned to be put down when labour is available. £50 has been paid by the committee for the chan neling for the agricultural plots, which is. now finished.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

WHEN HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN REMEMBER CruSatier Clotl) MEANWHILE: Buy £IO War Bonds and War Savings Certificates Printed and published for the Murray Pioneer Pty. Ltd by jr. CHlmoro Taylor, R*1 Rfcl Awmm, R«nm*rk.

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

Birthday Greetings Many happy returns to Brian "Weth erali (Kingston) who will be 13 on February 20

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BRITAIN'S PART [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943

BRITAIN'S PART The favourable turn of events for the United Nations since November last has forced into the background much of the criticism of Britain and the British Empire that had made it self apparent since the commencement of the war. But even with the .Hi-other Country's policy vindicated in the main by the developments of the past few months, there are still particularly in this country which owes her so much, many who give credit but grudgingly an dadversely compare her with the other world powers bound together in the fight for freedom. There is so much tliat is paradoxial In the British make-up that it is not surprising that Britain's enemies should frequently misjudge her and that her I friends should often find her very diffi cult to understand. But among us, her kinsfolk, there can surely be little excuse for repeatedly putting the worst interpretation on events as we are permitted to see them. Criticism there must always be—and it is welcomed In & democratic c...

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