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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Established 1894 ARK BRAND CITRUS AND DRIED FRUITS Packed by. Experts Always in demand at Top Prices AGENTS FOftr Intern&tional Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Harvesting Materials 49 YEARS' SERVICE—STILL GOING STRONG Berri Co-operative Packing Union Limited Frail Packers and Hardware Merchants Agents for:— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS FERTILIZER SALES LTD. ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE Established 1913 — The Growers' Own Concern Crowe & Newcombe Ltd. DRIED AND FRESH FRUIT MERCHANTS Agents for Allis Chalmers Tractors, the best light Tractor available. Agents for:— VICTORIA INSURANCE CO., McKAY 1WASSEY HARRIS Ring our local Managers for advl^s and assistance. RENMARK 318 BARMERA 63. BEUZENROEDER'S ALTONA DROPS for Stomach Troubles, Sickness, Indigestion, etc. For Adults, Children, and Infants. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY Martin V. John | Manufacturing Chemist, Tanunds,...
SERVED IN MIDDLE EAST AND NEW GUINEA Pte. L. H. Schloithe Has Interesting Story to Tell [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
SERVED IN MIDDLE EAST AND NEW GUINEA Pte. L. H. Schloithe Has Interesting Story to Tell SX5236 Pte. L. H. Scliloitlie has been home on leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Schloitlie, of ChafEey. He was badly wounded in New Guinea. Pte. L. H. Schloithe The soldier enlis ted from Renmark in June 1940, and was one of the To bruk garrison un der General Wav ell. He was in To bruk for five months. He said the garrison consis ted mainly of Aus tralian troops and received great sup port from British artillery. These gun ners were the best I have ever seen. Their lire was very accurate. We went through many hardships and our water consisted of a pint each day and that was for the most pa|rt condensed (wlater," said the soldier. "The A.I.F. were in a defence role for some time but proved better than the German troops. Any way we held Tobruk until relieved." He was act ing: as stretcher hearer with the late Jack Price when he was wounded. He. was son of Mr. and Mrs. Hedley Price, and a...
NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES SEASON OF PECULIARITIES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES SEASON OF PECULIARITIES Reviewing the peculiarities of the season and their effect on the currants, it appears to be an entirely unsatisfactory season in a good many cases. in the first place, the development after cinctur ing appeared to be quite normal, k'le selling seemed, good, but, in the . month after cincturing the fruit did not progress in the normal way. Many growers- blamed the men who did the cincturing, but this is hardly fair because the peculiarity of the season induced an ex traordinarily rapid flow of sap which bridged the cincture cut too quickly. In normal seasons the ordinary procedure of cincturing would bave been quite satisfactory but in this season it proved dis astrous. Many growers are getting only a 60 per cent crop and tills Is almost en tirely confined to the richer types of soU. Not all of our heavy bearing land has suffered equally and it ap pears to me that it all depended on the grower's position on the irrigation roster whe...
ADDRESSES TO HOME GUARD AT RENMARK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
ADDRESSES TO HOME GUARD AT RENMARK By Capt. Harry Katekar, And V.D.C. Officers Members of the Renmark V.D.C. Home Guard Unit were, privileged to hear an able and enlightening address on the jungle warfare in New Guinea, on Wednesday evening of last week. The speaker was Capt. Harry Katekar who was "home on leave after taking part in the strenuous campaign. On Sunday morning, Capt. Kay and Lieut. O'Connell, from Battalion head quarters visited Renmark, and addres sed the unit. Capt. Kay outlined the duties of members today, and Lieut. O'Connell dealt with the characteristics of the various weapons with which, members should be familiar. Rifle Shooting Next Saturday Next Saturday, February '27, the -unit will parade at the rifle range when a shoot over 200 yards will take place. V.D.C. OFFICERS AT BERR1 Captain Kay and Lieut. J. O'Connell and staff visited Berri over the week end, and distributed uniforms to mem bers of the 'V.D.C. A further Issue of uniforms will be made available ta...
Odd Column VETERAN CRICKETER HAS NOT LOST APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
T Odd Column I I Conducted ey "GLEANER" * * VETERAN CRICKETER HAS NOT LOST APPEAL There was something of a. reunion of old-time Barmera cricketers at the lakeside oval last Saturday when the! Barmera eleven scored a win at the j expense of Cam)) 14 C-I>. The ever- j green Bernie Cant, back from service in New Guinea with the A.I.F., returned to his old team. He knocked up 21 and also bowled with plenty of life despite his lack of practice. Gillie Plant was also in the eleven while Bill Garrard, another whose association with Berri-B;irmera cricket dates hack to the very earliest days, played the role of umpire. There was great amusement when a ball was snicked and Lawrie Barnett ('the Barmera 'keeper) held a catch low ■ down. There was a unanimous ap peal—so much ho that when all eves turned to the umpire for a decision it was discovered that Bill's mouth was still wide open, joining in the "'Owzat." However the veteran quickly sized up the situation and raising the index finger ...
Conditions of Club [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
Conditions of Club To become a member of "The Pioneer". Young Folks Club you simply hove to write a- letter to j. "Mopoke" telling of your hobbies, , pets, or other interests, your age and I the date of your birthday, and enclose I twopence half-penny for the postage of a badge. A penny-halfpenny stamp is sufficient for letters if un sealed . I Points are awarded for all contri butions published and for each prob lem solved. A book is awarded to each clubmate gaining- 100 marks in a year. Every sheet of paper should be signed and only one side of the paper must be written on. Bach clubmate may write a letter for publication once a month.
BUSY WITH HARVEST [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
BUSY WITH HARVEST Dear "Mopoke"—I am making an attempt to get my fourth book by May. I have been fairly busy of late working on the fruit harvest but spent the latter part of this week in bed suffering from a bad cold. The rain and cool weather were welcome almost everywhere. It probably did not hurt tlie grapes as the wind which followed dried up the. remaining water on the bunches. Our tank was overflowing, on Wednesday morning. I have been doing- quite a bit of reading lately and have just completed two good cawboy books called "The Maverick Legion" and "Ghost Gold." On interested. ' clubmate. V luoveday. ■—MYRA NrrSCHKBJ. (These colds are not very pleasant Myra, are they? I have- one at urea I ent. Cheerio —"Mopoke.") NICE RAIN At LOXTON Dear "Mopok-e"—I went to the circus last Monday night and quite enjoyed: myself. There, was a big crowd there. I got a seat but quite a few people had to stand. We had 83 points of rain last week, so everything wiil soon be looking nice and gree...
Young Folk's Section Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
Young Folk's Section Conducted by "MOPOKE" 4 Leading Points Ivy Traeger (Loxton) S/4/4'2 98 Max Scholz (Loveday) 21/3/42 ..... 94 Ssobel Wood (Renmark) 2/4/42 32 Peter Brodie (Paruna) 13/3/42 74 Margaret Blight (Walk.) 1/8/42 .... 71 Myra Nitschke (Loveday) 12/5/42" 54 Bits Mint (AJawoona> 23/3/42 .. 49 Bsabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 49 ICavis Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 45 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 44 Honda. Bath (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/4J 44 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39 Margaret Kubank (Ren.) 7/7/42 34 David Sales (Cco^don) 11/8/42 .. .. 28 Rob ere Ralph (Monaah) 4/6/42 _ 2G Robert Ralph (Monaah) 4/6/42 26 Joyce. Francis (Walkerie) 29/5/42 24 Lin Bettlaon (Mt. Mary) 28/7742 22 Laurie Wyman. (Barmera! 30/6/42 .... 21 Famet.iArn.ey (Wanbl) 12/S/42 .. .. 21 Roy Fettke (Veitc.h) 15/9/42 21 Birthday Greetings afiany happy returns to Barbara Matthews (Cobdogla), 11' on .February 27; Alma Obst (Taplan) 14 on February 28: Lorna Setterberg- ('Barmera) 12 on February 28; Vincie Port...
DRAWINGS OF "BAMBI" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
DRAWINGS OF "BAMBI" Iii connection with the "Bambi" drawing competition recently conduc ted at the Ozone Theatre, Renxnark •which was announced on this page sev ers J weeks ago, points have been awarded to the clubmates competing. Any boys and girls who competed, and * who were not members of our club may make sure of being able to share in the points next time anything of this ■ nature is conducted. They merely have to write to "Mopoke", c/o of "The Pioneer", and enclose 2id. for the postage of a badge. For the drawings of the deer "Bambi" the following awards have been made First. Elsie Schwartzkopil 10 points; second,. Dorothy Williams 7; third, Jim Bennett 5; even fourth, Honda Price and June Jenkins, each 4; hon. mention—Mary Beckmeyer, Diane Dix, Joyce Doecke, Marjorie Hale, Marjorie Waters,, each 3; worthy entries—Wendy Humphries, Graham Pfeiffer, Betty Kiedel, each 2. A MATINEE TICKET EACH And here is some further good news for all these members. Mr. Tuohy has decided that e...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
CRICKET BARMERA. 100—Comley 6; Loxton 6; [ Harper 0; Cant 21; Plant 2; Crouch 7; I Nurse n.o. 3; Burke 5; Hannan 39; Scholz 8; Barnett 1; sundries 2. CAMP 14 C D—92 for 9 wickets Stafford 14; Need 2"; .Turner 25; Heieh stein 6; "Vivian 0; Short 3; Moore 0; Watson 16; "Wride 3; Jeffreys n.o, 0; Woodward n.o. 2; sundries 2. Loxton 4/15.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
THE BEST OF THE HARDY SERIES ? ; METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PRESENTS LIFE BEGINS for SCREENING AT BOTH THEATRES , f wilh LEWIS MICKEY STONE • ROONEY- HOLl/EN •md Judy GARLAND H)j ■ For General Exhibition • Plus: GRACIE ALLEN in HTiarious Comedy "MR. AND MRS. NORTH" (A) NEWS SESSION CARTOON AT MATINE10: THIS FRl, SAT, MON. Matinee,' Saturday 1.45 RESERVATIONS PHONE 803 This Saturday Only Patrons Ploase> Note: lioxy Pro gramme will commoir.) at 8.15. Don't MisG 'Hie Jack asd Jiff BafP Wednesday, March 3. Prize Beat Couple STRANGE DESIRES HIDDEN INSIDE A MAN'S MIND! \ OZONE next Tues., Wed., Thurs } March 2nd; 3rd, 4th SHOW COMMENCES at 7.30 p.m. ! at I j Brilliant Associate Features Mctro-(jr>/J>Jy?i-M\ry'i*r- L;RF . SPENCER TRACY a.'" 5'BERGMASfWi GEORGE MUBPHT—ANNE SHIRLEY "MAYOR 44th STREET" (A)
TWO LITTLE KITTENS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
I TWO LITTLE KITTENS Dear. "Mjopoke"—We have, two littlei kittene now.; their names are Jo-jo and Prince. I have an. S.P.F. membership .badge, a 1941 badge and bar and a &lt;1943 badge. I. passed Into grade IX last year. I came first In my grade. My brother who is in the Army was1 ihotne on leave for Christmas. I received a tot of presents for Christmas, ! Cheerio'. Waikerle. —JOYCE FRANCIS. (OongTatutations on topping: your class, Joyc&. I hope you do well' again nils year. Cheerio —'' NTopoke. ) FINE DAY'S CURRANT PICKING Dear "Mopoke"—Tftutty'e kittens are getting very funny little ways; they are. beginning to climb, run and play. One day last week mother pinked 218 buckets of currants at Broster's. It Is a. very good crop. Cheerio. L#oveday, -MAX SCHOIiZ, (That was a splendid day's work Max, for your Mother to picK 218 bucket* of currants. The kittens must Be playful little thincs now. Cheerio.— "Mopoke".)
NOW IN GRADE VII [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
NOW IN GRADE VII Dear "Mopoke"—I" am sorry I did riot ■write before this, but we hay© been busy with the fruit harvest. Since last writing our Sag has died. We do 'not.know what wag the matter wltlj him.. Por S.P-F. I now have a metn ,bersh!p badpre, a 1941 badpe and bar and ,also a T342 badee. I passed into aradfj VTI last yppr. I came second ^n t.ha exam. , Dad hasn't pot winch ;tn Mh par den now B eca.tife the heat '/burnt It all. Before the beat be bad 'soma lovely tomntop.n. JwanS, nnff en cambpra. Tour lntorpctea- rHiWrrmte. ' WMfterta, —TO'ATqrrrs*. (You hnyg WOW renoherl errafle VTT, J ■Bethi, T hrtne y«n do •w«Mi fa JDW I Cheerfti —"Mopoke".) pect for their existing obligations, to further the enjoyment by all States, great or small, victor or vanquished,, of access, on equal '.terms, to the trade and to the raw materials of the w.orld which are needed for their economic prosperity. (b) Desire to bring about the fullest collaboration between all nations in the economic fiel...
MYRLA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
MYRLA : Mr. Alf Gibbs who has been in the Rose Park Private Hospital for the past five weeks, has recovered and has had his call up and pone into camp.—Miss Ivy Cook has returned after spending three weeks at Gawler and Adelaide.— Miss G. Ziersch has been spending a holiday at Mildura—Mr. and Mrs. A. H Gihbs accompanied by their son Victor motored to Adelaide.—Miss L. Burnett has been appointed head teafher.— Mrs. Greening1, of Mannum, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. GJbbs.— Misses A. Little and P, Fettke' are spending a .holiday at Uraidla and Ade laide.—Mr. and Mrs. Xi. Gibbs have re turned after three weeks in Adelaide. Mr. Gibb's underwent an operation