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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
RENMARK AIR ROSTER MONDAY, March 1, 0100 hrs., L. Lell mann; 0400, unfilled; 0700, W. "Williams; 1000, Miss V. Lambert; 1300, Miss M. Wliillas; 1600, Miss K. Coombs; 1900, Miss B. AVelbourno; 2200, C. Ren dell. TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Hill; 0400; C. Freeman; 0700, E. Jenkins; 1000, !.D. Leahy; 1300, Mrs. E. Riedel, Mrs. iR, Swan; 1600, Miss L. Board; 1900, Miss B. Olorenshaw; 2200, Mrs. E. Hall WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs. F. Coclcinc: ton, 0400 unfilled; 0700, W. Burns; 100,0 R. Tuohy; 1300, Mrs. G. Hamister; 1600, W. Board; 1900, Miss H. Marion; ! 2200, R. Jones. THURSDAY, 0100 hrs., L. Simmons; 0400, L. Haynes; 0700, J. Jenkins; 1000, J. Rohde; 1300, Mrs. B. Matuliok; 1600, Miss J. Olorenshaw; 1900, Miss I. Ash enden; 2200, H. Schubert. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Ridgewell; 0400, K. Weidenhofer; 0700, W. Wil liams; 1000, Mrs. Ogilvy, Mrs. Tucker; 1300, Mrs. j. Archer; 16'00, L. Humph ries; 1900, Miss M. Prance'; 2200, H. Osborne. SATURDAY, 0100 hrs., C. Wood; 0400, K. Hosking; 0700, A. Prider;...
LYRIC QUARTETTE SINGS AT BENEFIT PICTURE NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
LYRIC QUARTETTE SINGS AT BENEFIT PICTURE NIGHT On Tuesday evening- a large crowd attended at the Ozone Theatre, Ren mark, on the occasion of a benefit night to assist the local Red Cross Circle. One of the star items was the singing by the Renmark Lyric Quartette, com prising: the Rev. L. G. Kay (Lyric tenor), W, Symons (bass)v W. Moore (baritone), and F. Scheiner (tenor). The quartette is well balanced. The singers' choice of "In Absence" a lovely little song: by Phoebe Cay with music by Dudley Buck, was very sweetly rendered and its interpretation splen did. The voices blended in peifect harmony, and control was in evidence. The song has a beautiful setting, fully appreciated by the accompanist, Miss P. Lynch. "Mosquitoes" by Paul Bliss, a difficult quartette, was chosen as a second number, and in this num ber the singers again acquitted them selves well.
OBITUARY Mr. W. B. Crerar, of Chaffey, R.S.L. Stalwart [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
OBITUARY j Mr. W. B. Crerar, of j Chaffey, R.b.L, Stalwart | The death of Mr. William Bayne ' Crerar, of Chaffey, occurred, after a long illness, in the' Renmark Hospital ; on January 2(i, when the flag at the Renmark R.S.L. club-room was flown at half-mast out of respect for one ot the sub-branch's oldest and keenest ( members, Mr. Crerar, who was 74 ! years -of age,,was born at Thankerton, Scotland, . removing to Crieff, also in Scotland, with his parents, Mr. ayd Mrs. Peter Crerar, while still a child. ' He was one of seven children and was educated at Morrison's Academy. At the age of 1C he realized the dream of his life when he went to sea. Serving on several ships, he sailed around the! : svorld several times before eventually 'coming' to Australia. He was engaged' on the survey of the Kast-West rail way line, and was one of a party of eight which . reached the West Aus- I tralian border from Port Augusta to j join up with the party from the other direction. Mr. Crerar saw ser...
Renmark Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
Renmark Police Court On Wednesday before Messrs. K. 13. Jarrett and H. G. Evans, j.P.'p, Roy George St. Clair, a youth of over IS years, was charged by Sergt, F. J. Rosenberg, with being found in pos session of one suit case, one cardigan jacket, two blouses, five handkerchiefs which might reasonably be suspected of beine stolen. Sergt. Rosenberg said that information had been given the police by the Wentworth police,, and in consequence St. Clair had been questioned when the goods which had been stolen were found in his posses- ! si on. The goods continued the sergt. had been stolen from a Mrs. A. I. Wat muff who lived at Curhvaa, Victoria. | The goods were probably worth about j £5. He and Detective Flint had inter- i viewed St. Clair. The bench in fining St. Clair, who pleaded guilty, £10 with ! 7/6 costs told. him he was lucky to get j off with a fine. Such a case often I carried imprisonment with it. They j hoped that the fine imposed would act i as a deterrent to him. In defau...
RENMARK INSTITUTE) IMPROVES POSITION President's Report [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
RENMARK INSTITUTE ) IMPROVES POSITION j President's Report In his annual report presented to the meeting of subscribers to. the Renmark Institute held last week, the presi i dent (Mr. W. H. Kicid) was able to report an improved position. The balance-sheet and statement of receipts and expenditure submitted by Mr. J. C. Lawry ehon. secretary) show ed the committee to possess assets to the value of £8,953 free of any en cumbrances. Chief items of revenue were hall hire £26'9/lG/G: subscriptions £145/7/-; r«nt £90, and sale of second hand books £23/12/10. Salaries and wages £245/8/4 was the bluest item of expenditure; the purchase of Ipooks and magazines totalled £114/8/10; in surances £39/4/9, -and c'ectric light £24/5/5. The full text -of the president's re port was as follows:— Commencing the year with a credit balance of £lS8/17/2, we have further improved our position during" the yeai, and funds now in hand total £249/13/3. In addition War Savings Certificates purchased in 1940 at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
Auction Sale of a House Property and Furniture | FRIDAY, 5th MARCH at 2.30 p.m. At the Property, 17th Street, Renmark (Railway Station End). | R. P. JAMES & Co., AUCTIONEERS, RENMARK Have been instructed to sell the House Property- and Furniture in. the Estate of the late Mrs. L. S. WILLIAMS. A CEMENT BRICK BUNGALOW TYPE HOUSE, of 4 rooms, bath room, laundry, and sleepout, with a good galvanized iron Bhed, on Town Allotments 9 and 10 of Block 61A. ®th Street, Renmark. Subject to National Security Regulations Approval. FURNITURE—Bookshelf and cupboard, 4 tables, 3 oak chairs, 2 chests of drawers, 2 iron single beds, 3 feather mattresses and pil lows, stretcher, washstand, toilet set, wardrobe, dre'ssing table, long mirror, bookstand, books, piano stool, ice chest, 2 bridge tables, linoleums, hearthrugs, kitchen safe, kitchen cupboard, dresser, electric iron, petrol lamp, Primus stove, jam jars, garden hose, wheelbar row, axe, bird cage, tools, and many sundries. BICYCLE WITH ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
aBBBBHBBBBHHHBHBHEEnHHBBBHeBBBBBBBBflBnBEB j SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 ■ £ "Hold Back the Dawn" ■ 2 6HAS. BOYER&lt;—OLIVIA de HAVILAND (A) ■ ■ PLUS SELECTED SHORTS. ■ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 PITTSBURG KID" JEAN PARKER—B1LLIE CON (A) " ROAD SHOW" ADOLPHE MENJOU—CAROL LANDI8 (G) SATURDAY-MONDAY, FEB. 27, MARCH I ! DON AMECHE — ALICE FA YE — CARMEN MIRANDA , " That Night in Rio " Technlcolour1 (A) kYNN BAR! — ALAN CURTIS (G) j "WE GO FAST" WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 JOAN BLONOELL — BINNIE BARNES (A> "Three Girls About Town" ROBERT PRESTON — MARTHA O'DRISCOLL (A) "PACIFIC BLACKOUT"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
As you step from your bath, your skin feels glowing and re freshed. The rich Palmolive lather cleanses so thoroughly, seeking oat impurities that would cause blem ishes, fostering the softness of your skin with its perfect blend of those beauty essentials—Olive arid Palm oils. KEEP MI (illlllU'illll
TIMES OF CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
; TIMES OF CHURCH SERVICES Commencing' from next Sunday, Feb-i ruary 28, the Renmark Congregational i Church will revert to 7 p.m. for the, Sunday evening service. For some! time the services have been commenc ing1 at 7.30 p.m. The Renmark Meth odist Church will continue to adhere to the 7.30 starting hour until the termination of daylight saving time. &lt;
WEDDING McNAMARA—MALCOLM [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
WEDDING McNiAMAflA—MALCOLM J A pretty wea fling- took place on Sat urday, January 23, at Our Lady of1 Victories Church, Glenelg, when Joan,' elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Malcolm, of Banners, was married to! Pte. John F. McNamara, of Glenelg. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a beautiful white cob web lace -frock, featuring: an unusually high neckline, short puffed -sleeves and a long "Closely moulded bodice. The flared skirt ended in a long train, and a honiton lace "Pell (lent by Mrs. M Malcolm of Renmark) was held in place by a topknot of frangi-panni, and she carried a sheaf of mixed flowers. The bridesmaids, .Miss Shirley Mal colm (sister of the bride) and Miss Mary McNamara (sister of the bride groom) were frocked alike in azure blue marquisette. They wore sleek blue feathered toques. The little flower girl, Royleen Probert, wore pile pink Tulle The bridfegrcom was sup ported by his brother, Brian McNam ara. and Corporal Kevin Kenny, The .bride's going away...
RENMARK SOLDIERS' REST ROOM IN DEMAND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
RENMARK SOLDIERS' REST ROOM IN DEMAND Last Saturday the Renmark Sol diers' Social Committee entertained over 200 men in uniform at the club rooms. The Iarpre marquee recently obtained for the club by Mr. E. N. Seary was much appreciated by the troops. Sg't 10. JI. Carr, of Block E, now sta tioned at a River camp said all ranks i had to be very grateful for the kind | ness and hospitality shown by the lad ies. The club had proved a "home from home" and the way men were cared for left nothing- to be desired. . The marquee had done away with the over-crowding- of the club which was [most popular. It was patronized by (all ranks and was especially apprecia ted by those visiting: the centre 011 Sun days .
Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
/ Bonney Theatre. Bavmera Saturday and Monday, February 27 and March 1.—'"That Night in Bio" (A) filmed in beautiful teclmicolour, -features Don Ameche 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 find fresh Alan Oui-tis flirting with Lynn Barl, the waitress Don had ■ considered his girl. The two boys have a tussle, which ends only when a customer tries to hold up the restaurant. Wednesday, Marrh 3 — "Three Girls about Town" (A) features Joan IBlondell and Binnie Bnvnes. Robert'Preston and iT.irthn O'Drfscol! have an exciting time together Jn Par. mount's "Pacific Blaplcout." The film's swift action takes place in a l.irep Am erican city during a prnctle" blackout and air raid alert. Prostrih a yntme inventor, is ppnt«»nf,f»d t« desith for a murder committed i>v « riiic- of internn 1}ov."l «nies. Marthn helps Mm ...
SALE OF BADGES FOR LEGACY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
SALE OF BADGES FOR LEGACY CLUB On Friday and Saturday of last week a sale of badges was held at Renmark in aid of the Legacy Club, which is do ins such st splendid work for the bciyf and girla who have been left fatherless In this and the last war. The sum of £27/3/6 was collected "by Mrs. D. T. DuRieu and a band of workers. Other amounts received by the Renmark R.S.L. Sub-branch totalled £6/6/6'. The secretary of the sub-branch (Mr. T. Wood) said the amount collected from the sale of buttons by the ladies was most pleasing and on behalf of the branch he thanked them all for the two days' canvassing they had done.
Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
Rivoli Theatre, Berri Saturday, February .27—"Hold Back the Dawn" stars Charles Boyer, Olivia de Ueviland and Paulette Goddard in a romantic melodrama. Boyer has the most colourful role of his career, as a cynical European emigre who weds an American girl just to get into the U.S. but he finds himself really in love. A woman from his past attempts to break up the romance. The picture's smaashing climax comes when Boyer, in mad desperation, crashes through ] the United States immigration barrier ; In a speeding oar in order to reach j his wife's side when she. is injured : in an accident. I Selected featurettes will complete ! the programme. Wednesday, March 3 — Among the ■ prominent sporting figures seen with Billy Conn in "The Pittsburgh Kid" is Henry Armstrong ' (Negro boxer) who held three titles at once. Of Conn's powerful left, Armstrong says it has the power of a pile driver; and Henry ought to know. He is Conn's sparring partner in the film. After one defeat at the age of 1G ...
Roxyand Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 25 February 1943
Roxv and Ozone Theatres Mickey Rooney appears at the Ozone and Roxv Theatres this week-end when "Life begins for Andy Hardy" is screen ed on Friday, Saturday and Monday at the Ozone and on Saturday only at the Roxy. Mickey's role reaches a .dram atic pitch when he finds himself with out a job, "broke" and in rage. The intense drama is interspersed with typ ical Andy Hardy comedy, however, especially in a love scene with Ann Rutherford, when the two sweethearts bid "goodbye .for ever". Judy Garland finally helps to straighten Hardy out. Lewis Stone, Fay Holflen and Ray Mc Donald all help to make tliis the "beet yet of the Hardy series. "Supporting is Graeie Allen, solving- the "Lobster ■murder case" in "Mr. and Mrs. North' 'which also includes Paul Kelly, Felix Bressart and William Post .iun. A complete mews session will complete the programme. l^ext Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day "Dr. Jelcyll and Mr. Hyde" will he screened at the Ozone Theatre. Spencer Tracy plays the dual title c...