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ON THE AIR-STATION 5RM Highlights of Coming Week's Programme [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

ON THE AIR-STATION 5RM Highlights of Coming Week's Programme News Services—Daily 7.15 a.m., 7.50 (local), 12. noon, 6.30 p.m., 9.30 p.m., (B.B.C.), 10.15 (local)'. Saturday 11.8« 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. 6.46 Army Education. 7 Sporting; 7.15, Sing a Song; 7.30 Youth Speaks; 9.15 War Loan Broadcast; 9.45 Watchman. Saturday—8.05 a.m. Banjo Club; 11, Recipes. 1 close. 6 p.m., Sporting; 7, Ginger; 8, Australia Sings; 9, Musi cal Comedy; 9.15, That's how it started. 9.45, Boxing. Midnight, Close. Sunday—Open 8.30. 10.30 Red Cross. 11, Church. 1.30, close. 5, Open. 5.15, Hymns. 5.40, Banjo Club. 7 p.m.— March of Time. 8.45, Empire at War. 9, Quiz Kids. 8.45, Watchman: 10.15 Close. Monday—10.15, Home Service Ses sion. 11.30, Oliver Twist. 5.50, Sport ing. 7, First Light Fraser. 7.15, Watch man. 8.30 Dr. Mac. 8.45, What's in a.1 Name. 9.45, Social Service. Tuesday ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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BOWLING NOTES By "Yer Must Be Up" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

BOWLING NOTES By "Yer Must Be Up" I understand that Waikorie have won the pennant competition. This column offers its congratulations to the Waikerie Club on its good effort. The Renmark Club Bowling Club's annual fixture is assured of success. The matter of accommodation is caus ing a lot of heartaches. Will bowl ers who are able to help in this mat ter please advise the club or this column.. (Sleeping quarters are the main anxiety). Interuptions in a Game Many bowlers have been called to the telephone; others have been cal led away to do -some job or other. Some sad cases have .been called away never to play again. The late Kev. Hardie, of a Melbourne suburb, left off playing in a pennant match to perform a ceremony and then returned in his ministerial garb to finish the game. A case within rule 23 occurred in New South Wales in 1938. The game was 31 up. W. Edmards was down to R. Cantwell 6—22, when the Are bell rang and Edwards (who was Captain of the fire brigade) answered the c...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

In Memoriam S.TOECKEL—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother who passed away on March 1, 1942. Till memory fades and life departs You'll live forever in our hearts. —Dearest memories treasured ever by her husband and son Gilbert and. daughter-in-law, Ray. * • STOECKEL—In loving memories of dear mother who passed away on March 1st, 1942. A smiling face, a heart of Rold, The dearest mother the world could hold. —Inserted by her loving son Norman and daughter-in-law Gladys. Return Thanks MR. and MRS- W. McKENNA and SONS wish to THANTC all kind friends for their letters, cards and expressions of sympathy In their recent sad loss of their son Rex, who was killed in action in New Guinea. Especially thanking Mr. and Mrs. C. White, Junior. Thanks MR. NORMAN STOECKEL of "Boundary Point", Millewa, wishes to THANK all willing workers who helped distinguish bush fire on his property. Will all please accept this as personal thanks.

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GROWERS URGED TO DRY GORDOS AND MALAGAS Appeal by War Agricultural Committee [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

GROWERS URGED TO DRY GORDOS AND MALAGAS Appeal by War I Agricultural Committee j At a meeting at Barmera last night the District War Agricultural Commit tee asked the chairman (Mr. C. G. Grasby) to issue an appeal to fruit growers to dry all the gordos and malagas possible to help swell the lexia production. In making this known today, Mr. Grasby said that the committee had been requested to endeavour to. attain a certain figure in dried fruit produc tion, and the lexia provided a good field for possible increase.. The pro duct was needed for food for the troops and civil consumption. The committee is circularizing' pack ing companies asking them to take the matter up strongly with their clients.

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R.A.A.F. SPRINT IN NORTH AUSTRALIA Von by L. Greenwood (Berrri) [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

R.A.A.F. SPRINT IN NORTH AUSTRALIA Von by L Greenwood (Bern) Jim Hennessy writes from Operation al Base: "Many well known Murray sports men were entrants for the 75 yards sprint handicap held "somewhere in the Northern Territory". A number of noted Australian athletes were pres. ent and took part, including Reg Baker 440 yards champion of the R.A.A.F. and Jimmy Brown amateur sprinter from West Australia. "The event was won by a popular Murray lad off 9 yards, namely L. Greenwood. Doug Goward, recently returned from abroad, who played a lot of cricket and football around the Alawoona and Cobera districts was a strong tip off 6 yards, but had to with draw owing 'to a leg injury. Vic Beitzel from Northern Fitzroy won his heat in convincing style, but went under to the better placed men in the semi-final. After the final Jimmy Hennessy, champion runner from South Australia, who raced in Los ton and surrounding dis tricts, ran a sensational 100 yards in 98 sees, conceding Reg Baker 19 ya...

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Dates to Remember [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

Dates to Remember March 5—Jumble Sale, Red Cross De pot, Renmark. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS March 5—Auction Sale, Renmark, R. P. James & Co. March 8—Genuine Unreserved Clear ing- Sale, Loxton, Bennett & Fisher Ltd. March 12—Meribah Genuine Unre served Clearing Sale. Bennett & Fisher Ltd. March 11—Loxton Market, Golds brough Mort & Co. Ltd. March 13—Loxton Mortgagee's Sale, Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. March 15—Paruna Market, Bennett & Fisher Ltd. March 17—Genuine Clearing Sale, Woolpunda. Geo. Bartlett & Son. March 18—Loxton Market, 1": ier Smith & Co. Ltd. March 19—Furniture Sale, Renmark. R. P. James & Co. March 24—Paringa Market, Bennetf & Fisher Ltd. March 29 — Genuine Unreserved Clearing Sale, Taplan, Bennett & Fisher

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RENMARK INSTITUTE AVAILABLE SATURDAYS For "Welcomes Home"; Ozone Theatre Waive Rights [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

RENMARK INSTITUTE AVAILABLE SATURDAYS For "Welcomes Home"; Ozone Theatre Waive Rights The Renmark Institute will be available on any night, including Saturday, in the future for wel coming home soldiers. This has been brought afbout by the action of Ozone Theatres Ltd. in agree ing to relax any rights of* their (esse to make this possible. At the recent annual meeting of subscribers to the Institute the mat ter of the hall 'not being available for "welcomes home" was raised by a subscriber, the discussion being- pub lished in "The Pioneer" of February 18. In making: the information available this week Mr. H. G. Tuohy (local man ager for Ozone Theatres) said that the hall would be available for wel coming home troops on either of the two nights the lease entitled his firm to have the hall. The text of the telegram which Mr. Ewen "Waterman (managing director of Ozone Theatres) sent to Mr. Tuohy was as follows: "Advise Institute Committee that irrespective of our rights under terms of ...

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OBITUARY Mr. W. H. Morgan, Waikerie [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

OBITUARY Mr. W. H. Morgan, Waikerie Only a few weeks ago Rameo said farewell to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mor gan, who were moving to Waikerie to live, and residents of this district re ceived a shock on Sunday morning to hear that Mr. Morgan had died sud denly. His remains were interred in the Waikerie cemetery on Monday after a service in the Methodist Church and at the graveside, conducted by the Rev. Ii. Horner. At the graveside was the whole family (Except the youngest girl): Mrs. Morgan and the only son Alf and five daughters. Mr. Morgan was an old identity of here and on the River. In the days of the Village Settlements he was engineer of Mr. Mcintosh's oil launch "Goonda", and drove him up and down to the various settlements. Wlien Mr. Mcintosh lived at Waikerie Mr. Mor gan lived with him. In 1902 Mr. Morgan was rAarried to Ruby, daughter of Mr. E. Crocker, of Holder. When! the Village Settlements closed down i and the blocks were open for applica tion Mr. Morgan obtained one at Ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

SPENCER mns CHAFF MERCHANTS Best Chaff at Lowest Ratei Tel. 24. Kapunda, S.A. Entrust the Packing and Marketing of your Dried and Citrus Fruits to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All Markets are completely covered and Growers are assured of highly satisfactory returns with regular monthly payments. Rack Material — Hard-ware* and all Growers' Requirements Stocked. Seasonal Spraying on Blocks done to- Growers' Instructions. FINANCE RECEIVES COURTEOUS; AND PROMPT ATTENTION Ample Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL, WITH COLE & WOODHAM LIMITED PACKERS OF ALL VARIETIES OF DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS GENERAL MERCHANTS AND AGENTS DISTRIBUTORS on the Murray for Harvey Imple ments, Machines, Dehydrators and Citrus Graders, etc. PACKING HOUSE and Office — Tarcoola Street. P.O. Box 239 — 'Phone 1 — RENMARK.

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Renmark Red Cross Fund [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

i Renmark Red Cross Fiwl ' Previously acknowledged £5,116/7/4; Prisoners of War: Mrs. Westley sen. 7/6; market 19/2/43, £10/14/10; Pat riotic Sporting Club £5; Ev. Lutheran Church £2/8/10; Woodward-Brison Group £10/3/-: Methodist Ladies' Group 10/6; Renmark Town Group £5; Ren mark North Group £1/17/6; Mrs. W. H. Eaton 3/-. £5,152/12/6. / F.F. Comforts Fund Previously acknowledged £2,099/2/6; ■Patriotic Sporting Club £5; R.S.L. card evenings £5/1/4; Renmark Town Group £5; Market 26/2/43; £9/6/1. £2,123/8/11.

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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES CURRANTS DRYING ON VINES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES CURRANTS DRYING ON VINES Having had occasion to go to Berri to attend a meeting of the Grape Growers Association recently* I met several growers in that district and the conversation turned to currants. * The reason for their drying on the vines came uppermost in all minds, and it was generally agreed that the two heat waves were primarily respon sible for the >wilting and dropping of thp fruit. In some instances in Renmark the fruit dried on the vines where an irrigation was in progress during the second heat wave. Prior to that the land was comparatively dry but the fruit showed no 6igns of wilting un til some trme~after the irrigation. During the summer I irrigated on December 4, January 1 and January 29, find in spite of the land being deep tractor 'worked, the vines have Buffered from sun-scorch on nearly every type of soil I have . It would be difficult to get a better summer irrigation ser vice nor a more closely spaced set of irrigations at that...

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WAIKERIE INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING Appeal for Greater Library Membership Waikerie, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

WA1KER1E INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING Appeal for Greater Library Membership ! Waikferie. March 2. The annual meeting of subscribers to the Waikerie Institute was held on Friday night, when Mr. J. C. Rowe presided. The president, in his re ! port, stated that there was a slight falling off in revenue, and the com imittee had been obliged to keep ex penses down to a minimum. He ex j pected another difficult year, but hoped that by practising rigid economy, and with the same measure of support from the poblic as they had during the past year, they could meet commitments. He appealed for more members for the library which was giving good service. The financial statement showed a revenue of £443, of which the main items were picture returns and hall hire. Expenditure was £457, showing a debit of £14 on the year"? activities. Officers elected for the year were: President, Mr. J. C. Rowe'; vice-presi dents, I>r. G. C. H. Nicol and Mr. J. J. Odgers; committee, Messrs. T. McCutcheon, F. B. Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

SEND US YOUR ENQUIRIES OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST DRIED FRUIT BOXES Drying Trays. Sweat Boxes and all other kinds of Boxes and Crates GLOBE QUALITY KARRI Long Lengths and Large Sizes Available JARRAH, TALLOW WOOD, CYPRESS PINE, AND PINUS FLOORINGS, V.D.L. HARDWOOD, JARRAH, PINUS, CELERY - TOP PINE, HIGH-CLASS JOINERY. GLOBE TIMBER "m 118 Flinders Street. Mo. 1 Dock, Port Adelaide, Kins J1851 tor Efficient Service.

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Swan Reach Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

Swan Reach Police Court Before Mr. C. J. Coventry, S.M., in j the Swan Reach Court, Geo. Turvey | waB found guilty of supplying liquor to Aborigines. He was fined £5 with j 7/6 costs. Mrs. E. Turvey was charged | ■with a breach' of Section 173 of the licensing Act {drinking liquor with a j Native) and was found guilty and fined 10/- with 7/6 costs. M.C. J. Ridge prosecuted. Before Messrs. R. Xj. Dawes and M. Esau, J.p.'s, Sydney Roderick Clarence Zadow, of Galga, was charged with un lawful . assault of Conrad Benjaman Schulz, of Galga, on February 20. After a long case Zadow was found guilty and fined £10 with £8/1/10 costs, or 21 days In the Adelaide gaol. A month was allowed In which to pay. MC. J. Ridge prosecuted.

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

RENMARK AIR ROSTER MONDAY, March 8, 0100 hrs.. J. Rohde; 0400, L. Lelimann; 0700, W. Williams; 1000, Miss V. Lambert; 1300 Miss M. Whillas; 1600, Miss K. Coombe: 1900, Miss B. Wellbourne'; 220*0, C. Freeman - TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Green'; 0400, R. Hill; 0700, E. Jenkins; 1000, H. Evans; 1300, Mrs. E. Riedel; 1600, Miss L. Board; 1900, Miss M. Hooper, Miss J. Steer; 2200, Mrs. E. Hall WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Jones; 0400, P. Cockington; 0700 H. Fisher; 11000, R. Tuohy; 1300, Mrs. G. Ham ister; 1600, W. Board; 1900, Miss B. Olorenshaw; 2200, C. Rendell. THURSDAY, 0100 hrs., L. Simmons; 0400, L. Haynes; 0700, J. Jenkins; 1000, D. Leahy.; 1300, Mrs. E. MatulIcK; 1600 Miss J. Olorenshaw; 1900, Miss I. Ash enden; 2200. W. Burns. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs., H. Schubert; 0400, R. Ridgewell; 0700, W. Williams; 1000, Mrs. D. Ogilvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Mrs. J. Archer; 1600, L. Humph ries; 1900, Miss C. Kerrison; 2200, K. Weidenhofer. SATURDAY, 0100 hrs., C. Wood; 0400, Unfilled; 0700, A. Prider; 10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

District Council, Loxton A Public Social to soldiers will be held in the Loxton Institute on Wednesday, march 10, at 8 p.m. An invitation is hereby extended to any boys of the district who are now at home. (Signed) FRANCIS J. PETCH, Chairman.

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ALL ON THE JOB [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

ALL ON THE JOB There is a lesson for Australia in the figures published from time to time showing1 the remarkable growth of Britain's uroduction of war materials. Between June 1941, and June 1942, Britain's production of weapons of war as a whole has doubled, and in July, 1942, it was announced that there was good reason to believe that Brit ish factories were turning out more munitions, in proportion to population than those of any other nation in the world. Making allowances for the difference in population, Great Britain produced in the first quarter of 1942 little less than 22 times as much army munitions as the United States, and about twice the weight of combat air craft. 'In the second quarter. United States output grew enormously, but iin proportion to population Great Bri tain produced about twice the weight! of combat aircraft and 11 times as much army munitions. Britain has always been accused of "muddling through", but in this record there seems to be plenty of well-orde...

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WAIKERIE "6 POINTS DOWN" WIN BOWLS PREMIERSHIP Unusual Circumstances in Upper Murray Association [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

WAIKERIE "6 POINTS DOWN" WIN BOWLS PREMIERSHIP Unusual Circumstances in Upper Murray Association Waikerie are premiers of the Upper Mur ray Bowling Association for the season 1942 43. The club's success was achieved under the unusual circumstances of being six points down on the season's play. Mr. A. F. Fischer (secretary of the asso ciation) considers that bowls history has been made by the performance. In the two games which Waikerie were beaten—both at the hands of Berri teams —the winning: margins were considerable, while several of the club's eight successes were only "narrow wins". The issue depended on one of the games in the last series in which Berri Navy play ed at "Waikerie. The home club won by eight points, and carried of the premiership with 12 premiership points, being six- points down on aggregate points. Berri Navy and Berri Maroon each had 10 premier ship points; Navy were 180 points up and Maroon'63 points up-°n the season's play. PREMIERSHIP TABLE P W L Pt F A Up...

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LIKES POLLYANNA BOOKS BEST [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

LIKES POLLY ANN A BOOKS BEST Dear "Mopoke"—School has started again. I am in Grade VI now and my teacher ia Miss- Westley. Glenys and I stayed with Mr. Larwood, of Barmera, in the holidays. I had my cousins up for some of the holidays. I am learning domestic arts now out at High School on Tuesday mornings. II hear Ginger has started again. I went and saw "Bambi", and thought it very good. I have read a good many books this year, but I think the Pollyanna books are best. We have a little kitten now and we call It "Micky Dripping". During the hot spell I was in the swimming- pool every night and I caught a bad cold. Tour interested clubmate, —RONDA PRICE. Box 286. Renmark. (Do you like the domestic arts Jes | son, Ronda? Do you have to eat what you cook—or' are'nt you allowed to ? Cheerio.—"Mopoke.") FOUR PARROTS AND FOUR CANARIES Dear "Mopoke"—We are very busy with fruit'; all of our currants are pick ed now. We preserved some pears to night. The other day Grace brought two parrots h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

Instant Belief for CougbB, Colds Woods' Great Peppermint Cure LAUBMAN & PANK LIB Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, ?K- • * • "Adelaide

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