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Odd Column A SUNDAY IN THE SUN [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

i Odd Column n i Conducted by "GLEANER" | A SUNDAY IN THE SUN I Laej Sunday I was privileged to have a glimpse at two aspects of the ' home front" to be seen in these dis tricts in company with two men who have a thorough knowledge of the res pective callings: fruit growing and farming. In the morning Bill Klar (shed man ager of the R.F.G.C:) showed me over the properties of E. r. strachan, the conduct of which h© is supervising since the owner moved to the metro polis to make his abode. For the benefit of any who may have seen the writer en route to the scene it might be well to point out that this was no publicity stunt for a certain brand of tea, but merely a matter of ne cessity for a draught horse to be taken out to the property. Charlie Downer who recently arrived from Lyrup ,is foreman of the Strachan estate, and the condition of the blocks does the heart good to see. There is quit a mixed crop on th» tour Holdings commonly known as Penhall's, Pike's, Mus pratts and Peppercor...

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

SATURDAY and MONDAY, MARCH 6 and 8 "49th PARALLEL" LESLIE HOWARD—LAURENCE OLIVIER Plus Selected Featurettes WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 " SUBMARINE RAIDER JOHN HOWARD—MARG. CHAPMAN (G) "LADY FOR A NIGHT" JOAN 8LONDELL—JOHN WAYNE ★ HK aaa SATURDAY and MONDAY, MARCH 6 and 8 "Hold Back the Dawn" CHAS. BOYER—OLIVIA de HAVILAND (A) PLUS SELECTED SHORTS. 4* WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 PITTSBURG KID" JEAN PARKED—BILLIE CON (A) "ROAD SHOW" ADOLPHE MENJOU—CAROL LANDI8 <G) lira

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WITH THE R.A.A.F. IN BRITAIN Sgt. H. T. Wilson Writes Home [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

WITH THE R.A.A.F. IN BRITAIN! Sgt. H. T. Wilson Writes Heine I I Sgt. Air Gunner if . t. Wilson (R.A. A.F. London) has \vHtten to his moth er as follows: "Just] a brief note to let you know I am safj and well. I have received two parcels up to date and they were very icceptable. One was a cake, and tlJe other lexias and dried figs. The fake was delicious and as fresh as th<j day you made It. I have also received several papers. The winter is on afrd it is very cold • T think I will manage all right as I have plenty of woolies. | "I have quite setSed down here. A family down Surret have adopted me, and it is a real nome from home. They are fairly wealthy and always give me a good time while I am on leave. I get sfcc days every six I weeks. I am lying a Lancnstei over Germany, and fe'e are blowing he!) out of the Nazis. JVe are a bit hostile at present, as we missed the Italian trip."'

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MORGAN Morgan, March 1 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

MORGAN ^ I Morgan, March 1 I j Cpl. A. FetUce, Gunner R. Young and Pte, J. Young are in Morgan on leave.— Mr. A. Talbot who has been working beyond Broken Hiil returned on Satur day after spending a month in the Broken Hill Hospital with a injured band —Mr. and Mrs. Cyril R. Tre loar and family, of Lincoln. Gap, via Pt. Augusta, spent the week-end with Mrs. Treloar's mother, Mrs. Read.— Pte. R. Kitschke, of-N.S.W. Forces, and Mr. Colin Kitschke visited their sister, j Mrs. S French.—Mrs. N. Brus and | family who hare been staying- with Mrs. Brus's parents, Mr. and Mrs E. French, have returned to Kapunda.— Mr. and Mrs»vN. Sargent and daughter have returned from a holiday.—Capt. Li. McLean left for Adelaide on Mon day for a few days.—Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Crabb returned from the city.— Mr. and Mrs. F Hemmerling, of Hampden, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. E.A. Zanker.—Nurse Menzel, of the Royal Adelaide Hospital, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice.— Sister K, Kerln of College Park, ...

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

WHEN HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN REMEMBER CruSa&er Clot!) MEANWHILE i Buy £IO War Bonds " and War Savings Certificates i

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

MYKLA Favourable weather was experienced for the completion of harvest operations during the month. There are some formers who have not completed op erations yet; they have hay to cart and some wheat sill to reap and clean. Most of the wheat has .been delivered to the siding. Some farmers are busy turning' back their fallow in readiness for the coming- season. 117 points of rain were registered. Many tanks were empty and the rain was most welcome. During the recent heat wave quite a number of fowls and pigs died and the little kitchen gardens suffered. Most of the vege tables were ruined owing to the poor water pressure.

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

RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 THIS FRI, SAT, MON. Matinee, Saturday 1.46 Plus; VICTOR McLAGLEN, ZAZXJ PITTS in a Laueh-a-Second Comedy Riot "Broadway Limited" (G) DONALD DUCK CARTOON FOUR NEWSREELS ITS A COMEDY OF TERRORS (for Don).®:. With a design for Jiving that's as modern as love «n a blackout! — OZONE — NEXT TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY March 9th, 10th and 11th. FREDERIC MARCH—MARTHA; SOOTT in entertaining' Comedy Drama "ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN" (A) Plus a Blltzkreig of Fun with RED SKELTON in "WHISTLING IN THE DARK" ALLAN JONES—SUSAN ROSTER in Sparkling Musical "MAGIC IN MUSIC" RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 ' Plus: THIS FRL and SAT. * nw Hoi,a,on!I Show commences at 8.15 "Secrets of the Wasteland" DONALD DTTCK CARTOON and FOUR NEWSREELS DANCE NEXT WEDNESDAY AT 8.30 p.m.

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Renmark Town School EXAMINATIONS WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 19 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

Renmark Town School examinations week ending february 19 Grade H—Double honours, Lloyd Tuohy, Elmore Backen, Max Frahn, Sandy Lindstram; single honours. Ellen G-ordge, Margaret O'Malley, Patty Biis tow, Marlene Sonnemann, Mignon Lit tle, June Semier, Brenda. Paddick, Beryl Scutter, Eileen Binder, Judith Barclay. Grade IV—Double honours, Helen Douglass; single honours, Dorothy Green, Marion Dunn, Grace Doecke, David Gourlay, Marilyn Hagley, Lesley Clark, Bill Price, Geoffrey Wood. Grade V—Double honours, Yvonne Jones; single, honours, Bob Maloney, Don Tripney, Colin Lindner, Ronda Me Arthur, Eleanor Deans, Heather Har rip, Ruth Kay, Bernice Hobbs. Grade VI—Double honours, Rcmda Price; single honours, Bernadine Har per, Vonne Hosking, Helen Evans, Marjorie Smith, Ivy Ha.ma.ge, John Ben nett, Kevin Phillips, Dean Woodcock, Ron Hoare. Grade VII—Double honours, Mary Beckmeyer, Betsy Taylor, Trevor Reed; single honours, Keith Lindner, John Hoffmann, John Tregenza, Lyel Zim mermann, Barbar...

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"THE BLITZ REVUE" AT BERRI FOR F.F.C. FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

"THE BLITZ REVUE" AT BERRI FOR F.F.C. FUNDS Styling themselves the Army Va riety Show, a party of young soldier fruit pickers at Berrt have arranged to stage "The Blitz Revue" at the RJvoll Theatre, Berri, on Monday, March 15. in aid of F.F.C. Funds. A programme of excellent entetainment will be staged including special items by guest artists. Among the leading numbers will be items by S/Sgt. Lombardi and S/Sgt. Molinari. film acress impersonation by Kieth McWaters, black and white sket. ching in song, tap and jitterbug exhi bition by Bill Maynard (winner of num erous competitions in Adelaide), a men's ballet, songs by Misses Pauline Hedger and Peggjy Wilson, .and . humorous sketches Mrs. Lee, of Berri, is as sisting greatly with arrangements, and the organizer is Pte. Clifton Pugh. The revue will be given from 8 to TO p.m., and dancing will follow.

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FLUCTUATING PRICE OF MILK IN RENMARK [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

FLUCTUATING PRICE OF MILK IN RENMARK The price of milk in Renmark has shown several fluctuations during re- I cent weeks. Firstly consumers found a little note in their cans one morning anouncing that milk zoning was to be | gin,—the price would be 31d. per pint, it having been threepence previously. Shortly afterwards one vendor reverted j to the lower figure, while the other continued to charge 3|d. This week has seen the second supplier return to threepence. It is.understood that Price Control Regulations .would not permit the increase to be made.

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LOXTON MORTGAGEE'S SALE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

LOXTON MORTGAGEE'S SALE A sale of 300 acres of leasehold land situated about eight miles from Loxton will be conducted by Goldsbrough Mort & Co. on Saturday, March 13 at 11 o'clock at their Loxton office. The sale is under instructions from the mortgagee by virtue of Memorandum of Mortgage No. 1125766 (the number was printed wrongly in our last Issue), and is subject to lease expiring March SI, 1943.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR How We can Help Russia To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR How; We can Heilp Russia To the Editor. I Sir,—A recent statement by M. Lit ; vinov (Soviet Ambassador to U.S.A.) ' that "the loss of some of their most ! fertile lands meant a painful food ■ shortage in their country" shows us , where we can help Russia and our selves. We have last year's surplus I of 100,000,000 bushels of wheat, plus 1130-140 million bushels.„this harvest, i We are acutely short of timber and | newsprint for various phases of our , war effort,, while the S.U. has an over abundance of the world's best timber. The Federal Government should im mediately endeavour to arrange an ex change. While shipping is a problem this could be solved by using Soviet ships plus help from America. Soviet ships can bring us what we need, and return with the life-giving grain. It's a reciprocal business deal; arrange ments must be made now. The Soviet cannot just dump timber on our wharves. The Government must be urged by all, particularly farmers' organizations...

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KILLED IN ACTION Sgt. Ross Miell, Karoonda [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

KILLED IN ACTION Sgt. Ross Miell, Karoonda DX20-Sgt. Ross Miell, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Miell, of Karoonda has been reported killed in action in New Guinea, 031 February 2. Sgt. Miell was born at Tailem Bend in 1918, and received his early education in the Karoonda district. Subse quently he attend ed the Murray Bridge High School and the Roseworthy Agricultural Col lege. The soldier enlisted at the out Iti & Mlell i break of war at Darwin where he had gone to work only a short time before. Sgt. Miell was in the first Libyan cam paign and also went through - Greece "and Crete. He returned to Australia in March last year, and was later drafted to New Guinea. Prior to leav ing- for Darwin in 1939, Sgt. Miell work ed on his father's farm at Karoonda. He was a luMlliant footballer, having been a prominent ruckman in the Kar. oonda team . Sgt. Miell was also very keen on shooting. His younger brother, Lieut. Doug. Miell , saw two years' service overseas, and was woun de...

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Transport of Pigs in Hot Weather [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

Transport of Pigs in Hot Weather (Prepared by C. A. Loxton, B.V.Sc., Hon Veterinary Surgeon, and issued by the R.S.P.C.A.) 1. There will always be a mor tality in fat pigs if they are trans ported by rail over long Sistances in excessively hot weather. It is un wise therefore to truck fat heavy weights in hot weather except for short journeys and when delivery can be effected in a few hours. 2. Pigs will benefit by being given access to water right up to the time of trucking, but should not be fed in hot weather within three or four hours of trucking. 3. In mixed consignments of pigs various lots should be, if possible, sep arted by hurdles' otherwise they will distress themselves by fighting. There is also a tendency for pigs to crowd up at one end of a track which will be prevented by dividing the different lots. 4. Ample space should be allowed in hot weather and pigs should in sum. mer time, have at least twice the floor space considered s&fe in cool weather. 5. Pigs sho...

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FREE PICTURE SHOW AT RENMARK SUNDAY EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

FREE PICTURE SHOW AT REN MARK SUNDAY EVENING A picture show free to all Is announ ced for the'Ozone Theatre next Sun day evening, March 7, commencing' at 8.30. The sound films will depict op erations on land, sea and air, at home and abroad. A special attraction wil) bp thf film, "Target for Tonight."

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

AUCTION SALE,,FRIDAY 19th MARCH The Auction Sale of . MRS. E. H. CRERAR'S Furniture and Effects will be held on the above date in the Shop, Renmark Avenue, known as MACROWS, opposite Riedel'g Garage, ""at 2.30 p.m. R. P. JAMES & CO., Auctioneers, Renmark LOXTON Genuine Unreserved Clearing SALE Monday, March 8th at 11 a.m. BENNETT & FISHER LTD. have received instructions from the Executor Trustee and Agency Co. Ltd. in the Estate of Robert Hart, de ceased, to sell by auction on the farm situated on the main Loxton-Noora road. 8 Horses ' 8 draught mares and geldings, good workers. IMPLEMENTS AND SUNDRIES — Sunshine A.L, Harvester, good order; English waggon, Gin. tyres; 5 h.p. Hornsby engine; No. 4 chaftcutter with elevator; 6et of 8-leaf ""harrows; 17 tyne Shearer cultivator1; 10 disc Sunder cut; Massey Harris combinei 6ft. bin der, 'old; old tip dray; 18 new corn sack^; 8 pairs plough chains; 4 sets leading harness; swings; 8 sets collars, hames and "winkers. Sundrie...

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

Far Chest Colds take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure TROOPS TO ADELAIDE Direct Road Service at CoBcession Rates Military Men in Uniform may now use the Service ol between Adelaide and the Upper River Murray TIME - TABLE Leaves Benmark for Adelaide: Hon., Wed., Fri. Sat.—11.30 a.m. Leaves Adelaide for Renmark: Mon., Tues., Thurs, Sat.—8 a.m. FARES—BETWEEN ADELAIDE and Waikerle - Kingston . Barm era Berri - Renmark SINGLE 15/-; RETURN 25/ Further Details and Reservations from LOCAL AGENTS: RENMARK—R. P. James & Co., ' Telephone 27. BARM ERA—Mr. R. G. Bishop'® Cafe, Telephone 176. BERRI—Mr. Rowe, Newsagent, WAIKERIE—Mr. L. Beck's CJf* Telephone 152. MURRAY VALLEY COACHES PTY LT5. 430 Lt Collins St., Melbourne, C1

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OZONE THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

OZONE THEATRE Friday, Saturday, Monday. —" Don. Ameche and Joan Bennett are starred in "Girl Trouble," a. riotous romantic comedy They are supported by many popular film personalities headed by Billie Burke, Frank ("Our Town") Craven and Alan Dinehart, "Broadway Limited," is a gay, fast pace comedy, with Marjorie "Weed worth, Dennis O'Keefe, Victor Mc Laglen, Patsy Kelly, Leonid Kinskey, Zasu Pitts and George E. Stone in its principal roles. A Walt-Disney Donald Duck cartoon and four newsreels complete the pro gramme. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.— "One Foot In Heaven," the Fredric March-Martha Scott film tells the story of a "practical parson" and his family in the first part of the century Spen ce's own family are the characters in the real-life story, and they have been brought to life delightfully by the able cast of players. There is humour, warmth and the spirit of abiding faith. Hilarious Red Skelton spreads mirth wholesale in "Whistling in the Dark." Skelton plays his first ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL SOCIAL TO SOLDIERS AT LOXTON [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

LOCAL AND GENERAL 'social to soldiers at loxton The I,oxton District Council is ar ranging' a social to soldiers for Wed nesday evening-, March 10, at 8 o'clock in the Institute.

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£10 from Soldiers Committee Dance Glossop, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 March 1943

£10 from Soldiers Committee Dance Glossop, March 2. The Glossop soldiers Committee was responsible for arranging' a very suc cessful dance in the Glossop Hall on Thursday, February 25. There was a splendid attendance and things went with a swing. Mr. V. Shepherd was M.C., and the music was supplied by the Night Owl Orchestra- The presi dent of the committee (Mr. C. Hub bard) very quickly sold out on cool drinks stall. Mr. T. Bird acted as doorkeeper The committee will benefit to the extent of £10. As the result of the dance. Lieut. Harry Tucker (A.I.F.) is home on leave.—Eunice King (W.A.A.A.F.) has been home on special leave to see her brother Gunner A. King, who is home on leave from North Australia. Eunice has now returned to Victoria. —Miss Maureen Hubbard left on Sat urday last for the city

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