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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Grand Re-opening = Roxy Open Air Theatre DANCING THIS FRIDAY NOV. 27th ★ PICTURES THIS SATURDAY NOV. 28th SCREENING AT BOTH THEATRES Reservations at Ozone Milk Bar Phone Renmark 303 THIS FRL, SAT. and MON. M ATI N E E ' SATUR DAY 1.*5 THIS SATURDAY ONLY Show Commences at 8.30 p.m. i John Payne Maureen O'Hara Randolph Scott in Thrilling Technicolour Adventure of American Marines "TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI 99 Plus: JAMES ELLISON In Tense Court Room. Drama 'MR. D. A. IN CARTER CASE" PATRONS PLEASE NOTE:. The entire Programmee will bo screened at Both Theatres in: the same sequence. OZONE commences at 7.50—ROXY at 8.30 p.m. Also ^ Four Splendid Newsreels and' D.O.I. Film "WHILE THERE IS STILL TIME" OZONE Next Tues., Wed., Thurs.. December 1st, 2nd 3rd; BETTE DAVIS—GEORGE BRENT in Gripping Drama "THE GREAT LIE" Thrilling Story of Secret Service — PLUS — "BULLETS FOR O'HARA" "With ROGER PRYOR THREE NEWSREEL.S and WALT DISNEY CARTOON n

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KILLED IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

KILLED IN ACTION Mr, and Mrs. \V. Minocks, of Glos sop, have been notified that their only son O.C. Capt. Jack W. N. Minocks 22 (previously reported missing) is now Cant. Minocks reported killed in action on Novem ber 2. Capt. Min ocks descends from ■Military lineage on lx>th sides of his family. His father, Pte. W. Mixiock^, and his three uncles, Sgt. Jack Minocks (died of wounds), Jt«». Joe Minocks (died o£ wounds), and Sgt. Norman Pape (killed in afttion) all served their King? and Country in Great War 1. His uncle, Trooper All>ert Paye, also made the supreme sacrifice In South Africa in 1900, in whose memory a fountain still stands at Stirling West. i Capt. Minocks was the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Page of Murray Bridge, and Mr. and Mrs. John Minocks of Pinnaroo. He was educated at the Glossop Primary and Renniark High Schools. He was a keen physical culturist, and interested in all manly sport. Captain Minocks was in the Militia , before the outbreak of wa...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

You n? Folks Sect ion Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points Ruth Anderson- (Loxton) 26/2/42 .. 90 Rex Arney (Waiubi) 12/5/42 88 Jennifer Samuel (Loxton) 1/2/42 .... 82 Isabel Wood (Renmark) 2/4/42 .. .. 76 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 78 Max Scholz (Loveday) i\/Z/V>. .. .. 63 Peter Brodle (Paruna) 13/3 .'42 51 Rita Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 .. 46 Beth Francis (Walkerle) 10/12/41 .. 44 Ivan Marshall (Morkalla) 1/1/42 .. .. 39 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39 Margaret Blight (Barmera) 1/8/42 .. 38 Mavis Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 .. .. J5 Margaret Kubank (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 Myra Nitsc.hke (Loveday) 12/5/42 .. 26 David Sales (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 25 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 .. .. 23 Robert Ralph . (Monash) 4/6/42 .. .. 22 Ronds Bath (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/42 .. 22 Joyce Francis (Waikerie) 29/5/42 .. 20

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE-' Without Calomel—And You'll Jump out of Bed in the Morning Full of Vim. The liver should pour out' two pounds of liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels. \Vind bloats up your stomach. You get constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you feel sour, tired ana weary and the world looks blue.* Laxatives are only makeshifts. A lucre bowel movement doeRn't get at the cause, it takes those good old Carter's Little Liver Pills to get those two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel "up and up." Harmless, crentle, yet amazing in making bile flow freely. » Ask for CAKTBH'6 Littlo liver Pills by name. Stubbornly refuaB anything else, l/s

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Birthday Greetings Many liappy returns to Jean Dalton (Ren mark) who will be 9 on November 27; Elva Hausler (Morgan) 12 on Nov. 28; Don Cooper (Berri) 12 on Nov. 29; Margaret Nickolal (Renmark) 12 on Nov. 29; Merle Wood (Kingston) 14 on Dec. 2; Kevin Pie Ike (Tnplan) 9 on Dec. 3: Kevin Hein lcke (Glossop) lo on Dec. 3.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Matinee Ticket Winner [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

1 Matinee Ticket Winner \ Margaret Kubank, Box 256. Renmark, wins a complimentary ticket to the Ozone . J Theatre for a neat and interesting letter' this week.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Solution to Problem [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Solution to Problem Orange, range, rang, ran, an, a.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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THE CLUB MAIL BAG PENFRXEND WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

THE CLUB MAIL BAG PENFRXEND WANTED Dear "Mopoke"— The other day Joan, Vivien and I bad a picnic after Sunday School. We had fruit, sandwiches, cake, milk and raspberry drink. Near our house we girls are making a two-roomed hut. I would like a penfriend in South Australia interested In reading, drawing and cycling. At school I am making a dress. My cat had kittens. They were black, crev and white. Joan had a party Sunday week. Mantune. i Yours sincerely, I J0AN ELLIS 1 (I will ;not select a penfrlend for you now, Jean; but we will wait and see whether any clutomate decides to write you after reading your request. If you do not obtain a penfrlend In this way Jet me know and I will chooste one for you. Cheerio. NEARLY FINISHED FIRST WOODWORK MODEL Dear "Mopoke"—We have had our straw berry fete. My exam id In a fortnight's time. I am collecting for the Christmas tree party at the hall. The party will be held on "breakup" day. I have a pair of S.P.P. wings. I have now nearly fin ished my...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Cashmere Souquef FACE POWDER in Four Glorious Shades —JJa. wa iian ^Jan (Light) ^unaofy PccL Racket I Id. You're canny in the buying of face powder these days because you know that it is important you must have the , very finest quality for your money. There is no denying that this superfine Cashmere Bouquet face powder in four perfect, skin-blended shades is truly commonsense buying. Cashmere jBottquef .Fine Quality Cosmetics at Commonsense Prices CBC/I.

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UNVEILING OF PHOTOGRAPH OF LATE JAMES WILKINSON [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

UNVEILING OF PHOTOGRAPH OF LATE JAMES WILKINSON At a pleasant Sunday afternoon to be held in the Wilkinson Memorial Congregational Church on Sunday, De cember 6, a photograph of the donor of the church, the late James Wilkinson, will be unveiled by his son, Mr. Arthur Wilkinson. An attractive programme .is being arranged including vocal and — . iiiwuumg vucw aiiu Printed and Published for thechurch choir. The Mayor CMr. S. Murray Pioneer, Pty. Ltd., by W.A. James) will preside. The function Gilmore Taylor, Ral Ral Avenue,will be open to the public. Renmark.

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BIG AUCTION SALE TO BE HELD AT BERRI [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

BIG AUCTION SALE TO BE HELD AT BERRI I A liiK' auction sale of surplus store plant, household furniture, motor ve hicles and otlier items,- under instruc tions from Mi-. H. S. Ooombe ("Berri Supply Stores") is announced in our advertisement columns this week. The auctioneers are Kvans & Clarke, of Adelaide, in conjunction with L. S. Trenaman, of Berri, and the sale will be held at the premises, Berri on Mon day, 'November 30, commencing at 11 a.m. The large and comprehen sive offering should be of interest to storekeepers, builders, ' Kaj'ciR'e pro prietors, blockers, farmers, butchers, and the public generally.

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DEBATERS SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

DEBATERS SOUGHT The Renniark Branch of the Aus tralia-Soviet Friendship Tjeague is seeking' debators for a public debate on the sub ject "that the U.S.S.R. is the most democratic country in the world." The function would he in aid of pat riotic funds, and anyone interested should get in touch with the local secretary (Mr. C. V. Harper).

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Renmark Air Spotters' Roster [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

Renmark Air Spotters' Roster MONDAY, N.IV. :-!f— 0100 hrs. A. Jones; 0400 A. Hickey; 0700 W. Williams and L, Woods; 1000 H. Evans; 1300 Miss M. Whil las; 1600 M. Green; 1900 Misses E. Dowdy* K. Smith; 2200 D. Leahy. TUESDAY— 0100 hrs. R. Green; 0400 G. Donaldson; 0700 W. Burns; 1000 Mrs. L. Brine; 1300 Mrs. E. Reidel, Mrs. K. Roberts; 3600 Misses K. Coombes, H. Mar ion; 1900 Mrs. D. Broeksopp. Mrs. E. tfacka; 2200 Tj. Haynes. WEDNESDAY— 0100 hrs. R. Ridgewell; 0400 R. Jones; 0700 E. Jenkins; 1000 J. Rohde, R. Tuohy; 1300 Mrs. G. Hamister; i€00 Kits L, Heard; 19C0 C. Freemanc 2200 K. Snodgrass. THURSDAY— 0100 hrs. It. Simmons; 0400 H. Schubert; 0700 J. Jenkins; 1000 Mrs. R. Swan; 1300 Mrs. E. Matulic^; 1600 Miss J. Olorenshaw; 1900 H. Fisher; 2200 L.. Lellman. FRIDAY— 0100 hrs. A. Prider; 0400 W. Smith; 0700 W. Williams, L. Woods; 1000 Mrs. D. Ogilvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300 Mrs. \J. Archer, Mrs. B. Smith; 1600 W. Board; 19D0 R. Hameister; 2200 C. Rendell. SATURDAY— 0100 hrs. C. Hill; 9...

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Exhibition in Packing House Kingston, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

' Exhibition in Packing House Kingston, November 23. The "Church Ladies' Guild held a home craft exhibition in the Kingston Co-op. Packing house on Saturday afternoon, November 14. Proceeds were equally divided between the guild and Royal Naval Friendly Union. An excellent display of exhibits was on view, hut on a lesser scale than other years. Mesdames E. Galloway, H. .). Heinemann, H. A. Alchin and C. McCarthy (all of Waikorie) carried out the duties of judging. Prizewinners were: Flower section (convener Mrs. J. Summers)—Mrs. Rummers, Mrs. W. Swanbury, Mrs. K. Baker, Miss W. Wood. Needlework (convener Mrs. K. Hunter)—Mrs. 1C. Baker, Mrs. W. Petersen. Produce section (convener Mrs. K. Baker) — Mrs. \V. Petersen, Mrs. J. Summers. Mrs. D. Merritt. Mrs H. Holmes, Mrs. L. Holmes, Mrs. M. Yerrall, Mrs. J. Snow, R. Dyer. Vegetable section (convener Mrs. M. Yerrall)—R. Far ley, M. Verrall. Cookery section (convener Mrs. J. Wetherall)—Mrs. H. Holmes, Mrs. K. Baker, Mrs. M. Verrall, Mrs. ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

SATURDAY RTgaEMOJS SATBRDAY November 28 "U*3322*™ November 28 RITa"WaYWORTH and FRED ASTAIRE "YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH" RICARQO CORTEZ and JOAN WOODBURY "I KILLED THAT MAN" t, December 2. .* merle OB£RON and DENNIS MORGAN "AFFECTIONATELY YOURS" GWENDA MARSHALL and ABTHUR KENNEDY "HIGHWAY WEST SATURDAY M0NDAY INovember 28 Li*e!n3uIIiQ*w3 November 30 DEANNA DURBIN and CHARLES LAUGHTON in "IT STARTED WITH EVE" LEWIS HOWARD and HUGH HERBERT in "MEET THE CHUMP" , December 2. BRIAN AHERNE and KAY francis in "THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF" WALTER PIGEON, and DONALD meek "SHT MURDER"

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TAPLAN Taplan, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

TAPLAN TapluTi, November 23. O/D R. L. Grant (RAN) spent leave with his mother and brother,—Mrs. Cliff Thiele and daughter Jeanette have ] been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jaeschke.—Mrs. Fielke Sen. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Teusner.— Miss Jess Hart is spending lior annual holidays with her parents, Mr. nnfl Mrs. Les Hart.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

thanks to De Witts "My husband is a firm believer in De Witfs A ntacid Pozvdey. We always keep it in the house. I also give it to the children if they show signs of biliousness." Mrs. T. R. Here is another family which fears neither indigestion nor stomach upsets, thanks to De Witfs Antacid Powder, Cooking is indeed a pleasure, with the whole family really enjoying tiieir food. De Witfs Antacid Powder neutralises acidity, the cause of stomach pains, soothes and protects the stomach lining and helps to digest your food. That is why it is the popular family standby for ell digestive troubles. ANTACID POWDER Ftor Indigestion, Add Stomach, Heart hum, Gastritis, Flatulence, Dyspepsia.

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"TROOPING" ON A DUTCH STEAMER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 26 November 1942

'TROOPING" ON A DUTCH | STEAMER I Gunner A. H. Limpus recently re- turned to Renmark to see his family after 'trooping on a Dutch steamer   since the commencement of the war.   He was seven years on the reserve   in the R.A.N. before the war and was called up when war was declared. The gunner is twenty-seven and a powerfully built seaman with the roll of the sea in his gait. He left Renmark for Flinders depot leaving his wife and two children here. He did a gunnery course and then joined a Dutch steamer. The steamer sailed with troops for the Middle East and the 2nd A.I.F. were "as fine a lot of chaps as you could meet". The next trip the steamer had was from the Middle East to Greece. She carried much equipment for the R.A.F. Then came a voyage to Mauritius with illegal evacuees from the Middle East. They numbered 1,500. The steamer later took troops from South   Africa to the Middle East. They steamed up the Mozambique keeping lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

Geo. Bartiett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAJKERIE. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 3 December 1942

V \\">» —J1-<zm^mvm<~~>''A Meet the Johnsons... THEY'RE just an average Australian family... father, mother, MoIIie, and the little ones. Brother Jim is in the army, of course. Let's see what they're doing. Jim, naturally, has a full time job in thrashing the enemy and he is prepared to offer his life in doing it. But he doesn't leave it at that. He has asked his mother to invest his allotment money in the Austere ity Loan, knowing how vital to victory money is. Father and mother have acquired the spirit of austerity — they've cut out for the duration spending money on anything but abso lute necessities. Mollie and the little ones are co-operating as far as they can. And every « pound that the Johnsons save is going into Australia's war effort. They know that their country's need is more urgent than their own selfish desires ... and they're wisely content to wait until the war has been won to enjoy to the full all the money they are investing in the £100,...

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