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Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Bonney Theatre. Barmera I Saturday, Monday, December 12 and L4—."Strange Cargo" provides complete md thrilling departure from traditional screen entertainment. Clark Gable is a convict gives ope of his-outstand ing performances. Joan Crawford plays the feminine lead. "West Point Widow" on the same programme pre sents Ann Shirley, opposite Richard Carlson, in a rollicking comedy. Wednesday, December 16'—Clive Brook and Diana Wynyard in "Freedom Radio"; "Tragedy at Midnight" (John Howard,. Margaret Lindsay).

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR Red Shield War Services And Hostel Appeal To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Red Shield War Services And Hostel Appeal To the Editor Sir—Would you be kind enough to allow me space to place before your many readers the widespread activities of The Salvation Army Red Shield War Services for the welfare of the men and women serving with the Forces This service has been equally effective in Australian Base Camps, in the deso late North, in the jungles of Malaya and Papua or the desert lands of Northern Africa. The work is maintained only by the generous support of the Australian people, and we would take the liberty of asking if your readers could help us in our present appeal to the people of South Australia to ■ provide this State's quota of finance. During recent months,' besides sup porting overseas activities, we have in South Australia opened and equip ped in Rundle Street, Adelaide, a large hostel which is used by both men and women of the Forces; extended our camp work to several new areas, and provided fully equipped mobile units fo...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Printed and Published for Murray Pioneer, Pty. Ltd., by W. Gilmore Taylor, Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark. Cashmere Bouquet FACE POWDER in Four Glorious Shades • lawaiian ^Jan (Light) Sun^-old fcacLl lid. You're canny in the buying of face powder these days because you know that it is important you must have the veiy 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. Fine Qualify Cosmetics j at Commonsense Prices CBC/I.

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Monash Infant Welfare Club Monash, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Monash Infant Welfare Club Monaah, December 7.1 There was & fair attendance at the monthly meeting of the Infant Welfare CJub held a.t the Monash School on Thursday. -The officers elected for i the ensuing year are; President, Mrs A. B. Mortimer <re-eleeted for the fourth year); vice-president, Mrs. Beg Telfer; secretary, Miss -M. Jenke; com mittee, Mes dames Ross Nixon, G. Hunt, F, Cocks, A, iMuller, W. Webber, Bent Maddocks and SL. Bigg, Arrange ments were anade for the party which will be given to the scholars on the -school -speech night on December 16. .The secretaYy'je report and ibalance sheet revealed that donations had been given by the club to the S.P.F., Fight ing Forces Comforts Fund, Malta re lief. Red Cross, Prisoners of War and the Children's Hospital, as well as as sistance to the school. A further donation for S.P.F. was made at Thurs day's meeting. The afternoon tea collection and sale of goods on the trading table realized £1

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Wounded Soldier Home On Leave [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

'Wounded Soldier Home On Leave Private J. H. Dodds has been home on leave and has left again for a con valescent hospital. He was wounded in the right thigh in a light with hand grenades in the Owen Stanley ltanges. Carried for five days to a base hos pital, the soldier made light of wha't he went through. He is a member of the Renmark It.S.L. Sub-branch and has seen much campaigning with the Victorian unit of which he has been a member ever since England was left I nearly three years ago. He saw service in Libya and Syi'ia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

P1HK PUIS " Help to Give ? New StnagDi «id &*r«jr to the System For Mary has bad breath ... a condition she condemns in others, never suspects in herseli. It's a tragic mistake, and a common one. Even you may be guilty o! it. Remember, dentists say... Don't you enjoy Colgate's tangy flavour? Aren't your teeth brighter, more attractive? And that penetrating foam how clean and refreshed it makes your mouth leell Colgate's is the pleasant way to combat bad breath 1 "Tests show that 9 out of 10 people have bad breath. That's why d«nfi«ts recommend Colgate Dental Cream. For Colgate's active penetrating ioam gets into the hidden crevices between your teeth . helps clean out decaying food particles and stop the stagnant saliva odours that cause much bad breath." Play Sa/e/twice a day-and before every party-use COLGATE DENTAL CREAM >Z'C"a^ I / 0«JC«0«l* . y v.°4*v 4*o /' T»,sn /X Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERIE. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants ...

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WAR CASUALTIES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

WAR CASUALTIES Flight/Sgt. R. IC.. R. Dunning (R.A. A.F.) son of Mr. and Mrs.. R. O. J. Dunning, of Ramco, has been reported missing' as the result of air operations. (Further reference and a photograph will appear later). Mrs. Li. B. Wright has been advised that her husband, Pte. L. B. Wright, 'is now in an Australian hospital after being accidentally hurt in New Guinea. Pte. Wright returned from overseas some time ago, after being in the fight ing lines for 18 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

C| aa poasijMe EE A« much a» I can afford. More than I can* afford I I I I I I 1 I I Bow much is ENOUGH? I TOW much is enough? ^ Before the war the A.M.P. Society had often to discuss that question with men and women: How much assurance is enough? Have you as much as your cir cumstances make necessary ? To-day the question might be asked of each of us ia regard to our war effort. Is it enough? Each of us might ask: Have I made any real sacrifice for the Empire's cause? If everyone follows my example, shall we win the war?1 Have I done enough?" Every pound, every shilling, of savings that goes into the "War Loan helps the Nation. Savings that go into Life Assurance also help, for a large part of such moneys reaches the War Loan, yet protects -families at the same time. So great are die savings that the members of the A.M.P. invest in Life Assurance (for the protection of their families) that the , Society is able to put £500,000 a month into the War Loans (for the protection of the N...

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U.M. Bowls Association [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

U.M. Bowls Association Berri Maroon 90—(Waye 25, Benson 18, Slaven 16, Bradley 31) b. Renmark Cllub 75 (Clifford 21,. Coombs 18, Harper 17, Farmer 19). Berri Navy 109 (Oliver, 2.4, Schaefer 20, Guy 30, Dalziell 35) b. Waikerie 54 (Redman 13, Miller 21, Wohling 11, Alehin 9). Premiership points—Berri Navy 8; Berri Maroon, Waikerie 4; Barmera, Renmark Club 2.

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WANBI COMFORTS FUND MEETING Wanbi, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

WANRT COMFORTS FUND MEETING WanbJ, December The final meeting for the year of the Wanbi Comforts Fund Unit was held on Friday. It was decided to forward a 5J- canteen order to each member on the Wanbi list, • totalling 44. This was in addition to the par cels seht to the men on active service for Christmas. At the conclusion of the meeting a large parcel was packed for the Cheer-up Hut. The W.F.C. members will now go into recess until early next year. The secretary (Mrs. M. V. liaison) received a cable from Pte. Cyril. Jones (Middle East) to say that he had re ceived his Christmas parcel and Pte. Lambert (Northern Australia) wrote stating that he had received his parcel also. This was pleasing to members to know that the parcels were being received at their dislination in good order. £14 FROM SALE As a result of the catering at the sale held at Ashmore Estate, ■ the "Wanbi Red Cross Circle made a profit of £14. The circle is now well on its way for this year's quota. At the last mee...

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

RENMARK AIR ROSTER MONDAY, December 14—0100 hrs. 1 H. Schubert; 0400, K. Hameister; | 0700, \V. Williams and L. Woods; 1000, H. Evans; 1300, Miss M. Whillas; 1600, D. Leahy; 1900, A. Hickey; 12200, A. Prider. i TUESDAY, 0100 hrs, K. Hill; 0400, C. Freeman; 0700, B. Jenkins; 1000, Mrs. L. Brine; 1300, Mrs. V. Riedel, j Mrs. K. Roberts; 1000, Misses K. Coombe and H. Marion; 1900, Mrs. D. I ! Brocksopp, Mrs. R. Jacka; 2200, B. j Steer. i WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Jones!; 1 0400, L. Haynes; 0700, Mrs. J. Price; ! 1000, R. Tuohy; 1300, Mi's. G. Ham ister; 1600, M. Green; 1900, Misses B. j Olovenslhaw, N. Richter; 2200, G. Donaldson. THURSDAY, 0100- Ill's., W. Smith: 0400, L. Lellmann; 0700, J. Jenk ins; 1000, Mrs. R. Swan; 1300, Mrs. E, Matuiick; 1(100, F. Cockington; 1900, Misses E. Dowdy, K. Smith; 2200, R. Ridgewell. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs., H. Fisher; 0400, K. Snodgrass; 0700, W. Williams, L Woods; 1000, Mrs. E. Tucker, Mrs. D. Ogilvy; 1300, Mrs. J. Archer, Mrs. B. Smith'; IGOO. C. Rendell;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

RABBIT AND FOX SKINS Also WATER RAT - KANGAROO AND SHEEP SKIN& - HORSEHAIR HIDES - TALLOW, ETC. RaiJ to Mile End or Carrier to our Stor« Prompt Cash. No Commiulon* CAM & JACOB 187-9 Waymouth Street, ADELAIDE WAGES/or WOMEN t specially PREPARED COURSES tor C t home study. learn more and earn MORE < i THE i.C.S. HAS TRAINED MILLIONS < # MARK YOUR COURSE AND POST TO-DAY TO THE f International Correspondence Schools OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Ycur Entertainment by Local1 Interests MS TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS STRANGE AS IT SEEMS Dramatised events that prove' "Truth , la stranger than Fiction" imp Wednesdays • PATRIOTIC PARADE Soul-stirring Melodies and Marches of topical Interest 12.80 p.m. thursdays DREAM TIME Melodious Songa and Beautiful Verse. F'"DAYS CAMEOS OF MELODY 1.46 p.m. WEDNESDAYS end FRIDAYS SWING HI ■ Swing Selections trom CRM'S Record Library *" -mF'"°Ays MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS Gems of Melody from the World's favourites KEE...

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YoungFolk'sSection Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

YoungFolk'sSection Conducted by "MOPOKE" * Leaditifi Points Rex. Arney (Wanbl) 12/5/42 93 Ruth Anderson. (LoKton) 26/2/42 92 Jennifer Samuel Cbaxion) 1/2/42'. .... 88 Ivy Traeger (loxton) 3/4/42 81 Isabel Wood (Renmark) 2/4/42 .. .. 79 Max Scbolz (Loveday) 21/3/42 .. .. 65 Peter Bradie (Parana) 13/3/42 51 Rita Hint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 .. 46 B«th Francis (Walker!®) 10/12/41 .. 44 Margaret Blight (Barmera) 1/8/42 .. 41 Mavis Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42' .. .. 40 Ivan Marshall (Morkalla) 1/1/42 .... 39 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39 Myra Nltschke (Loveday) 12/5/42 .. 33 David Sales (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. .. 28 Margaret Kubank (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 .. .. 26 Honda Bath (Mt. Torrfens) 6/10/42 .. 25 Rbbert) Ralph (Monasfa) 4/6/42 .. .. 23 Joyce Francis (Walkerle) 29/5/42 .. 20

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Birthday Greetings Many happy returns to Betty- Rainbow (Glossop) who will be 10 on Dec. 11; Rex Arney (Wantil) n <ra Dec. 12; Shirley Cook (Maggea) 8 on Dec. 14; Raymond Roy (Renmark North)' 12 on Deo. 16; Valma D. Retallack (Moorook) 15 on Dec. 18.

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Solution to Problem [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Solution to ProMem 1 Phlox; 2 Pansy; 3 Victor 4 Larkspur; 5 Zinnia; 6 Aster; 7 Carnation; 8 Chrys anthemum.

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MURRAY VALLEY COACHES [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

MURRAY VALLEY COACHES An amended timetable Is announced by the Murray Valley Coaches. This popular service will not now be op erating on Sundays between Mildura and Adelaide, but will run on Satur days instead.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

PERSONAL .Sir Robert Xicholls (Speaker of the House of Assembly) will visit the |River districts next week. He will .deliver addresses at the Glossop High ! School speech night on Monday at 8 p.m. and the Renrnark High School speech day on Tuesday at 3 p.m. 1 LOCAL AND GENERAL ! SOLDIER INVESTS £100 IN LOAN I SX11603 Pte. J. E. Hole comes from jKybybolite in the South East of S.A. I He has served in Palestine and Syria, and is now in New Guinea. , At his | daily rate of pay of 6/- it took him 12 months to earn £100. He recog nizes that it is a duty to do all he can for the war effort, hencte besides being a fighting soldiqr from the Papuan jungle he has subscribed to the War Loan by taking out 4 bond for £100.

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Gale Causes Damage at Nampoo Station [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

Gale Causes Damage at Nampoo Station At Nampoo Station, Cal Lai, own ed by Mr. A. C. Smyth, a gale re cently created havoc at the head station. The homestead and out buildings are on the edge of the cliffs overlooking the Devil's Elbow. At about midnight on the night in question a gale estimated to be about 65 jn.p.b. swept the cliffs. It tore the roof off the chaff shed and broke the shed up. Damage to the ex tent of about £200 was caused. Down in the river bend large gum trees were blown down and limbs from trees lay In all directions. The gale lasted for about five hours. On another occasion storms of hail fell across part of the run. The rairi gauge was found full of hail and the rainfall could not be gauged. Ow ing to the labour shortage Mr. Smyth lias been left without a man to assist him on the station. He said, "We primary producers and stockmen have a duty to perform in keeping the food supplies up to the fighting forces. We cannot do this without some help."

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ST. AUGUSTINE'S DAY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

ST. AUGUSTINE'S DAY SCHOOL The annual prize-giving and concert I of St. Augustine's Day School, Ren mark, will be held in the school hall on Thursday, December 17, at 8 p.m. The first term of the new year will commence on January 26. Children from three years of age to Grade IV standard are taken, and enrolments mav be made now.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 10 December 1942

A. H. LANDSEER — WAIKERIE — General Storekeepers Largest Stock's of everything for everybody on the River. Call and inspect. Phone 1.

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