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Visit of Womens Land Army Director Valuable Discussions on Harvest Labour FUNCTIONS OF A.W.L.A. CLARIFIED: 10 BERRI GIRLS ENROL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Visit of Womens Land Army Director Valuable Discussions Harvest Labour FUNCTIONS OF A.W.L.A. CLARIFIED: 10 BERRI GIRLS ENROL Miss Dorothy Marshall (Director of the Women's Land* Army in this State) accompanied by Mrs Dolling (member of the A.W.L.A. Advisory Committee),- Mr. Dwyec (Chief National Officer) and Miss James of the National Service Office, has bsen touring the irrigation districts this .week. The visit has been of a dual purpose: to confer with leaders 'of the dried fruits industry on the question of harvest labour, and to explain— and recruit for—the Women's Land . Army. The discussions proved of inestimable value in enlight ening producers on the functions of the A.W.L.A., and enabling the best means of attacking the vital harvest labour problem to be arrived at. Miss Marshall was found to have the interests of the.fruitgrowers very much at heart, but made no secret of the fact that she was somewhat appre hensive as to whether women pick ers could be secured in such num...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

TROOPS TO ADELAIDE Direct Road Service a! Concession Rates Military Men in Uniform may now use the Service of between Adelaide and the Upper River Murray TIME • TABLE Leaves Renmark for Adelaide: Sun., Mon., Wed., Frl.—rll.30 a.m. Leaves Adelaide for Renmark: Mon., Tues., Thurs, Sat.—8 a.m. FARES—BETWEEN ADELAIDE •nd Walkerie - Kingston . Bannera Berri - Renmark SINGLE 16/-; RETURN 25/ Further Details and Reservations from LOCAL AGENTS: DENMARK—R. P. Jamee &amp; Co, ' Telephone 27. BARM ERA'—Mr. R. G. Bishop** Cafe, Telephone 175. J BERRI—Mr. Rowe, Newsagent, ' WAIKERIE—Mr. L. Beck's Crfe, Telephone 152. MURRAY VALLEY COACHES m. LTD. 430 Lt. Collins St., Melbourne, CI ARE YOU FULLY COVERED BY INSURANCE? House* Furniture, Workman's Liability, Motor Gar (personal liability) and Comprehensive and Personal Accident. ARRANGE IT WITH— NEW ZEALAND ALBION HOUSE, WAYMOUTH $T„ ADELAIDE. River Agencies;— RENMARK OGILVT &amp; SONS LOXTON • T. P. MACKENZIE BHRRI H. E. HALL &amp; CO.<...

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WINKIE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

WINKIE Mr. Gary Buzacott has left Winkle and commenced his training as a Naval Cadet.—Private John ("Pop") Mules (A.I.P.) has been home on leave.— Mr. R. Burchett, of Adelaide, is the guest of Mr. A. C. Setterberg.— Mr. and Mrs. A. Crawford, of Hind marsh, are staying with Mrs. Craw ford's sister, Mrs. H. Bowling.—Miss Melva von Bertouch, accompanied by Pastor W. Stolz, returned to Winkle. Pastor Stolz has now left for Queens land.—Lieut. H. Dowling and Corp. C. Tngersoa are away attending a V.D.C. training school.

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Renmark Tennis Matches [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Renmark Tennis Matches Blue, 8 sets 117 g"ames beat Red, 8 sets 109 games in the colour match conducted by the Kenmark Town Ten nis Club last Saturday. The teams for next Saturday will be: Blue—Horner, Harrington, Twartz, Patterson, Warren, Robb, Stevens, G. Matulick. Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. Sior, Miss Muller, Miss Falland, Miss L> Simon, Mrs. Warren, Miss Klar, Miss Westley, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Schier. Red—Chesson, Pearce, H. Clark, Maddigan, Flaherty, R. Matulick, Johns, Elsley. Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Maddigan, Miss Harris, Miss Schluter, Miss Newstead, Mrs. Whittle, Miss Stoeckel, Miss (A.. .Hill, Mrs. Scherer, Miss Hisgrove. Emergencies—Miss Board, &amp;lt; Miss Dix.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

INDIGESTION "For months I suffered acute pain from indigestion. I was recommended to try * Do Witfs Antacid Powder. Four dose* brought relief. Now, after taking half a tin, I have completely recovered," says Mr. A. G. V. "Yon can do as I did." That's the advice of a host of Sufferers who hare ended indigestion and stomach trouble with this quick-action remedy. De Witt's Antacid Powder overcomes indigestion and stomach trouble because, firstly, it pentralises excess stomach acid. Then it soothes and protects the inflamed stomach lining. Finally, it helps to digest your food whilst your digestion is being res tored to normal. Why suffer longer ? ANTACID POWDER For Indigestion, Acid Stomach, Heart* bom, Gastritis, Flatulence, Dyspepsia.

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21 Tons Waste [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

21 Tons Waste The results of tldUjjear's work were as follows:—Packad§B, sent to Ade laide depot, 1,156, ^aiued at approx imately £293 (there ua£ another truck load on hand); locii sales of paper for wrapping, bottlaa^ cast iron, and other items, £89/18/Psent to the Girl Guide Thrift Campaign; War Savings Certificates purchased by depot group to value of £44. &amp;lt; Thanks were expressed to Mr. Tape, for use of building lent free, Renmark Corporation, for lighting; Messrs. Schwartzkopff Bros) for carting to station, "The Murriy Pioneer", Girl Guides and Boy Scouts, to the ladies who provided afternoon tea and supper for the workers, and to all who so J cheerfully "do the dirty work". I "Outstanding Results" from ► Local Sales 1 In the statement jof accounts pre sented by the secretary and treasurer, it was shown that \tfth receipts from local sales amountiig to £89/16/4, a balance brought forward of £6/1/6, and the donation of, £7 odd from the revenue account, a total of £103 ...

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MOOROOK Moorook, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

MOOROOK Moorook, November 2. Miss J'.!. J.Jassmore is visiting Adelaide. —Mrs. S. J. Morley, Miss Beryl ICrol lig and Olive Baker, have returned to the district after holidaying in Ade laide . RED CROSS FUNCTIONS A successful dance was held on Wednesday night to aid the baby son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Tschirpig in the Red Cross competition. Vis itors attended from Kingston, Bar mera and Loveday. Mr. C. R. Krollig was M.C. Music was sup plied by Ptes. Ron Sharp and J. Sul livan. Supper was served. Other dances for the Red Cross have been held to raise funds for baby Graham Charlton and Trevor Loxton. On Friday a "mystery parcels" af ternoon provided much entertainment for those who were present at Mrs. W, R. Lox ton's home. The parcels were auctioned and the money obtained was to help Trevor Loxton in the competition. Competitions and after, noon tea were enjoyed.

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Odd Column Putting Health on a Sound Financial Footing [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

1 Odd Column I Conducted by "GLEANER" ( Putting Health on a Sound Financial Footing From the pen of a medical m:in, I was interested to read the following statement recently: — "Our hospital committee meetirfg dealt with the inevitable problem of finance—or, rather, the luck of it. One of the first things! we should do is to nut health on it sound finan cial footing, for, us old Disraeli said: 'The health of the peop'.e is really the foundation upon which all their hap piness and all their powers as a State depend'." CominfT from the pen of a medico this is particularly interesting1; but it is certainly not a new thought as far as the struggling wage-earner is con cerned. In the "new order" of which we write and talk—but so far seem to have done little else—this matter cer tainly should be "one of the first things" to receive attention. The basis of a Christian brotherhood is to help one another, particularly when we meet trouble, yet we have a social system which permits of the man...

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Renmark Air Observers' Roster [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Renmark Air Observers' Roster MONDAY, November 9—0100 hrs., H. Schubert; 0400, R. Hill; 0700, H. Williams and J. Woods; 1000, H. G. Evans; 1300, Miss M. Whillas; 1600, M. Green; 1900, R. Green; 2200, L. Haynes. TUESDAY—0100 hrs., R. Hameis ter; 0700, G." Donaldson; 1000, E. Jenkins; 1300, Mrs. L. Brine; 1000, Mrs. E. Riedel and Miss L. Sfhultz; 1900, Miss Li. Board; 1900, E. Hage: 2200, D. Leahv. WEDNESDAY—0100 hrs., C. Free man; 0400, K. Weidenhoffer; 0700, Mrs. R. Swan; 1000, Mrs. J. Price; 1300, Mrs. G. Hamister; 1G00, Miss IC. Coombs and Miss H. Marion; 1900, Miss K. Smith and Miss E. Dowdy; 2200, W. Burns. THURSDAY—0100 hrs., A. Jones; 0400, W. Smith; 0700, J. Jenkins; 1000, R. Tuohy; 1300, Mrs. E. Matu lick; 1600, W. Board; 1900. A. Hickey; 2200, C. Rendell. FRIDAY—0100 hrs., H. Fisher; 0400, A. Bayly and K. Snodgrass; 0700, W. Williams and J. Woods; 1000, Mrs. D. Ogilvy and Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Mrs. J. Archer"; 1600, R. Ridprewell; 1900, Mrs. D. Brocksopp and Mrs! R. Jacka; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

IDurray Pioneer RENMARK (Head Office), Box 18, Phone 3. Thurs., November 5, 1942

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OZONE THEATRE THIS WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

OZONE THEATRE THIS WEEK-END Commencing on Friday, November 6, at the Ozone Theatre, Renmark, the Department of Information Film "The "Road to Kokoda" will be screened This film covers every phase of* the jungle Varfare in New Guinea. The feature attraction on the same pro gramme next Friday to Monday will be Robert Montgomery and Ingrid Berg man in "Rage in Heaven." The supporting film "Gallant Sons" is a comedy adventure with Jackie Cooper and Bonita Granville. A splendid newsreel session completes the pro gramme. TUES., WED., THURS. Next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Kay Kyser will be seen at the Ozone in the bright musical com edy "Playmates." John Barrymore and Lupe. Velez are also included in the comedy feast. The associate fea ture is the first of a new series of ad venture pictures "The Gay Falcon". George Sanders takes the lead sup ported by Wendy Barrle. On Wednesday, November 11 (for one night only) a special swing night will be conducted. The first half of the programme...

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£100 Cash and 21 Tons Waste RENMARK THRIFT'S GOODYEAR More Helpers Wasted [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

£100 Cash and 21 Tons Waste l E RENMARK THRIFT'S I GOODYEAR More Helpers Wasted As they sat on "forms" made of o|d boxes and padded with hes sian, in a room cluttered with waste materials in various stages of sorting and packing, the Ren mark Thrift Depot workers, at their annual meeting on Tuesday night last week, heard with justi fiable pride a report on the results of their year's efforts. Figures given in the report of the presi dent (Mr. R. Millar) and the statement of accounts presented by the secretary and treasurer (Mr. P. Cuttack) showed that about 21 tons of materials valued at £300 had been packed and forwarded or were ready for forwarding to the Girl Guide Thrift Campaign headquarters in Adelaide, and that, •with monies in hand, the excellent total of £103 would be sent on as proceeds from local sales. In the absence of the president, for whom an apology was tendered, Mrs. H. R. Haselgrove was appointed to the chair. In welcoming those present, Mrs. Haselgrove said she w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

DRIED FRUIT Entrust the Packing and Marketing of your Dried a"d Citrus Fruits to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All Markets are completely covered and Growers are assured of higrhly 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 iAtmple Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH • AUSTERITY LOAN Clients wishing to subscribe £10 bonds or multipl/es thereof in this loan, on notifying us, we will be pleased to look after all financial arrange ments on their account. Call, or notify us by letter your requirements, either one cash Payment of by instalments. COLE &amp; WOODHAM LTD. Crowe &amp; Newcombe Ltd. DRIED AND FRESH FRUIT MERCHANTS We have the Latest Model WESTINGHOUSE RADIO on hand—inspection welcomed. Agents for Allis Chalmers Tractors, the best light Tractor available. Agents ...

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WINKLE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

WINKLE Mrs. D. McDonald, Aileen and Rob ert have returned to Winkie after spending- several months in the ctiy. Mr. McDonald is a member of the R.A.A.F. Private W. Occonell has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Buzaeott. L.A.C. Colin Delaine and friend spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. Delaine. Mrs. G. Tobitt, of Williamstown, is spending a holiday with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Hunt. Mrs. Dave McDonald with her chil dren Aileen and Robert, returned to Winkie on Wednesday, after spending some time in the city. Dave Mc Donald (R.A.A.F.) has now gone to N.S.W. to continue his training-. WORKING BEE AT SCHOOL The Winkie school committee is grateful for the good response to the working bee held on Saturday morn ing, to erect a bicycle shed and cycle racks, and to effect repairs to the tar paving of the assembly ground.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

JOINT MIHS DE WITT'S pills ;give LASTING RELIEF/ You can put aa end to joint pains -it you cleanse and strengthen your kidneys so that they can clear from your system excess uric add poisons and other im purities. Let De Witt's Pills wake sluggish kidneys to action NOW, help them to filter out the poisons and then watch those joint pains disappear. Mrs. R. R. W. writes:—"I was troubled, for about 10 years with pains in my joints and backache. I suffered badly. A friend advised De Wittfs Pills, and after taking only 20 of them I noticed improvement. Two bottles ended my trouble." De Witt's Pills are ready to give you quick relief. Within 24 hours of the first dose you have proof of their good work, and in a few days your kidneys are helped back to healthy activity. Give De Witt's Pills a 'fair trial and that quiet relief will become lasting benefit—pains will disappear. DeWittssPills For Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Joint Puns and all forms of Kidney Trouble. Of all chemi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED ARK BRAND CITRUS: Packed by Experts Always in Demand Obtain top Prices. AGENTS FOR— International Harvester Company Tractors and Implements Insurance — Fire — Life — Accident Spray Materials IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS CO-OPERATED LIMITED Berri Co-operative Packing Union limited Fruit 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

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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES ROOT ROT IN CITRUS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES ROOT ROT IN CITRUS The gradual and persistent decline of citrus trees in the Mur rumbidgee irrigation area -has long been of very great concern to citrus growers in that part, and for a long time the Research offi cers of the C.S. and I.R. Research Station at Griffith have had the matter in hand. Through the efforts of Dr. .Lilian Fraser, working in co-operation with Mr. H. J. B raund, Mr. j. V. Hay den and Mr. C. J, Horth, it transpires that the main cause of the trouble is a form of root rot known as Phytophthora Citrophthora, a parasite fungus which attacks the fibrous roots of citrus trees and causes first of all, dead twigs to appear, the trouble gradually spreads to limbs and eventually kills the tree. . The diseased trees are first seen where water logging of the soil occurs and gradually spreads in its effect as the incidence of water logging spreads. , The position in the Mur rumbidgee area has been aggravated by a succession of wet winters, and t...

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Red Cross Junior Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Red Cross Junior Competition. Last week produced several changes in position in divisions for the Bed Cross Junior competition. In the main, the leaders remained the some. Parilla North retains the lead in Division 7, -With Barmera making a big effort, and Peake-Netherton,, Pee binga, Loveday and Swan Beach' also wall in the running. Latest notations in the division are: Renmark, Phil|p Garth Sims; Richard Arthur Cockington; Renmark Nprth, Janice Boiling.

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Sheepskins for Russia—Renmark Contributions [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

Sheepskins for Russia— Renmark Contributions Previously acknowledged £24/14/6; A.S.F. League Social £5/15/-; Miss Joan Briscoe £3; H. Hillstone, J. Gas parich 10/-; T. Young, B. Robinson, Bill Schulz, R. Millar 5/-; G. St. Clair 2/6; F. Mudge, McGough 2/-) Mrs. Boots 6d.—£33/16/6. Berri and Barmera Contributions Previously acknowledged £18 11 6 Collected by Mr. M. C. Spakifinos, of Berri, and forwarded through Mr. .T. O'Neill, of Cobdogla: A. D. Grey £1/5/-; F. R. Arndt £1 (second con tribution, making a total of £3/2/-); J. Clancy, C. M. Cooper, A. V. Mills, each 10/-; A. L. Capon 8/6; Mr. and Mrs. O'Malley 7/6; R. Eitzen, K. G. Thompson, Mrs. C. G. Mcintosh; H. M. Burgess, O. E. B. Kunoth, R.C., W. Chappie, A. Coombes, W. B. Joyn er, each 5/-; A.N., H. Oliver, each 4/-; N.O.F. 3/-; W. H. Chilton, A. Shiell, Mrs. W. J. Wade, each 2/6; J.H.G., J. H. Nixon, A. M. Rudd, W. J. Mills, A Friend, P.C.A., L. Potter, W.A.F., each 2/-; A Friend, M.J.W., each 1/-, £8/12/6. Collected by Mr. V....

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RENMARK POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 5 November 1942

RENMARK POLICE COURT In tb© Benmarfc police court before Messrs. E. E. Jarrett and W. C. Wheeler, J.tVs, Elizabeth Hill was fined £1 with 10/- court fees for riding: a cycle with no lights. In a Children's Court a youth was charged with riding a cycle with no tail light. He was fined £1 with 10/- costs. The offences were detected by P.C. Head ing'. Two youths aged 14i years were charged with simple larceny of an alarm clock, stamp album, safety razor and blades, the property of a youth who had been camping in a shack near Paringa, Detective Flint stated that the articles had been left in a sui case at the camp. The two youths had admitted having visited the camp and had taken the suit. case about 100 yards away and as they could not open it had cut the top to enable them to extract the goods. The fathers of both boys appeared and asked for leniency. They were at a loss to understand why they had committed such a theft. The court addressed the boys and pointed out the serious ness of...

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