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TAPLAN Taplan, January 14. SCHOOL BREAK-UP—RECORD O.C. MARKS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

TAPL AN Taplan, January 14. SCHOOL BREAK-UP—RECORD O.C. MARKS For the break-up at the Taplan School Christmas decorations and flowers gave the classroom a very pleiwing appearance. There was a: display of wiork by the children. Woodwork by the boys, and needle work by the girls -was deserving of special mention. Items were given i by the children, and the Christmas, story was acted by the little children. The children taking part were Cllve Teusner, June Sehmaars, Carl Vogel- i sang, Kevin Arnold, Fay Arnold, Yvonne Teusner, Cora © bet, Cari, ■Vogelsang, Kevin Arnold, Laurence > Hampel. Colin H&mpell, Albert Obst, j Roy Heinze, Alma Obst, Viola Vogel- • sang, and Eunice dArnoJd. -Books were distributed to every child for some form of good work, and eweets and ■ liuts were distributed. : The head teacher (Sir. L. J. An-. derson) epoka on the year's work, .iftaklnjj speci&l mention of the S.P.F\. 0ar savings group and P.O.W. effort. I The chairman - of- the School C...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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WANBI Wanbi, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

WANBI Wanbi, January 4. The New Tear's "Eve ball was again an outstanding success and the ball was crowded with people, people com ing1 from all parts of the district. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ellis and their daughter Dora spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. M. Ellis.—Miss E. Dart, of Meribah, Is spending a holiday with Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Dart.—li.A.C. M. Wheaton spent leave at home during the week.—L.A.C. P. J. O'Con nor was a visitor to Wanbi over Christmas.—Mr. Jim Tteardan has re turned to Adelaide after spending a week as (the guest of Mr. Vowlea.

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SCHOOL BREAK-UP [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

SCHOOL BREAK-UP The annual school break-up and •Christmas tree "was a great success. TThe head teacher (Miss P. E. Micaleff) had an excellent programme arranged and the pupils showed their talent to the full. The three children who sat for their Q-C. all passed the results toeing: Peter Rounsevell 552 marks, Valda Zimmermann 539, Joyce Gorey ; 507. A special prize was presented by Mr. R. D. Baker for the highest marks in the Q-C. and Mrs. R. D. Baker ; donated 5/- to the runner-up. Father ; Christmas arrived- and presented all the children with gifts and lollies, ice cream and cool drinks were served. Supper was served and a stall la aid . ■of the S.PJ. was well patronized realising £4/10/6. ■ # # * * Mrs. G. F. Schwerdt left for the ■city this week, accompanied by her 4Bon Michael who went Into Karma , Hospital for an operation.—Mr. J. Sinuns and Mr. M. Harvey, of Ade laide, spent the Christmas vacation with Mr. and Mrs. S. Bennett.—Mr. and Mrs. Webb are spending a few days with th...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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O.B.E. for Sir Charles' Son [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

O.B.E. for Sir Charles' Son During his visit to the Elver, Sir Charles McCaan received a pleasant surprise yea terdw (Wednesday) morning In the form of a. cable from England notifying him that his aon, Mr. O. W. MoCanti, of Lon don, had been awarded the OSS. Mr. McCann, who Is 32 rears old and was born in South Australia, Is employed In the Spain and Portugal section of the BrltUh Ministry ot information. In peace 1 time he was ' contact manager for the i 3toyal Dutch. Airlines lri Madrid. Do you want to enflatiger the We' of yofir own hwbapd. son 01 mend, who; Is lighting for your own runirer i 'Then keep a still tongue and dont «oMp about n^litar* movements or information. A careless wardm*y mean lou of Ufa.

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NADDA Harvest Operations at Nadda; First Load Of Wheat Nadda, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

STADDA Harvest Operations at Nftdda; First Load Of Wheat Nadda, January 4. A cool change was welcomed for the week-ehd, after several hot -flays. Stripping has been going ahead rap idly, and some farmers have finished , their harvest operations. Quite a lot . of wheat has been carted, but there is still much to be carted. Farmers are finding it a little difficult to fret carters this year. Mr. R. D. NitsChke delivered the first load of wheat for the year. Messrs. L. Schwartz, A. Hbert and L. Gregory are busy lump ing and trucking out at the local yards. Foxes and rabbits are numerous, and rabbits threaten to be a big problem in a few months, as they are very destructive.

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TWO FIRES IN ONE DAY Hundreds of Acres Swept at Mindarie Mindarie, January 4. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

TWO FIRES IN ONE DAY Hundreds of Acres Swept at Mindarie Mindarie, January 4. A fire believed to have been started by a railway engine near Mindarie on Wednesday caused considerable dam ape to fencing, feed and stubble. Main losers were Messrs. J. E. Mc Cabe, 600 acres of feed and stubble; A. Regmer 40 acres' ol grass. Within an hour of fire ■starting 50 firefighters were on the job and soon had the outbreak under control. Another fire started mysteriously on the property of Mr. E. Manuel two miles away the same day, but was i promptly extinguished about 100 acres j,of grass and fencing-, being burnt. Refreshments provided by the ladies were greatly appreciated. 'Majority of farmers have completed- harvest and returns have been fair to good. A very enjoyable dance was held in Institute on Boxing Day night. Num erous novelty dances, waltzing com petitions, being on the programme. Excellent music by the Mindarie orchestra was appreciated by the large crowd present. Doug Wilson !being ...

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Young Britain Learns die Soldier's Craft [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Young Britain Learns die Soldier's Craft . British boy cadets of 14-17 years old are learning the complex craft of modern soldiering. They study map reading and field strategy and handle the army's most up-to-date instruments and weapons. At 17, they are drafted into the Home Guard until old *« ♦he roaular army. A young man of Devon releasing the kick in a 25-pounder Gun-Howitzer.

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20 Q.C. EXHIBITIONS Awarded to Students In River Districts [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

20 Q.C. EXHIBITIONS Awarded to Students In River Districts Twenty children of the River dis tricts were included in the Qualifying Certifictea exhibition winners announ ced by the Minister for Education (Hon S. W. Jeffries) this week. Last year 28 exhibitions were won by can j didates from these areas. All are [ subject to the production of satisfac tory proof of age. Successful can I didates were: Division I—(for schools with less than 20 pupils).—Lorraine D. Henschke (Pata); Nancy B. A. lAunger (Corres pondence, Noora). Division It—(For schools with less than 65 pupils).—R. F. Drogemuller (Moorook)'; R. A Heinze (Taplan); B. E. Cross (Morgan); Margaret B. Retal lack (Renmark t). Division IV—(for 6Chools with over 200 pupils) .—P. Schell (Barmera). Division A (for schools with average attendance over 30)—R. C. Armour (Waikerie); Enid B. Aurlcht (Sedan); R. A. Garrett (Sedan); B. A. Duns ford (Waikerie). Division B (for schools with average attendance of 30 or less)—Amy G. Ed wards ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

ARE YOU FULLY COVERED BY INSURANCE? House, Furniture, Workman's Liability, Motor Car (personal liability) and Comprehensive and Personal Accident ARRANGE IT WITH— NEW ZEALAND . ALBION HOUSE, WAYMOUTH ST., ADELAIDE* (Established 1859) River Agencies:— RENMARK ...OGILVY & SONS LOXTON T. P. MACKENZIE BERRI H. B. HALL & CO. Let Forgan's Help You What is more exasperating than delay during harvesting, particularly these times, when there is such a shortage of labour? If the stoppage is caused by broken machinery parts, remember Forgans Specialize, in Repairs and Replacements , and whatever work they undertake, is car fied out wwith promptness and efficiency. Their experience extends over many years, and they ar$ equipped to meet every emergency. J. & R.FORGAN, LTD, Grystal Brook and Port Pirie.

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Glossop Soldier Gains Commission [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Glossop Soldier Gains Commission Advice has been received, .by Mr. and Mrs. H. Morrell that their son John Lieut. J. Morrell (SX927) has gained his commission. Lieut. Morrell enlis ted in the A.I.F. in October 1939 and sailed for overseas in May 1940. He first went to Eng land. Transferred to the Middle Bast he was one of the "Rats o£ Tobruk", and later served in Syria. The officer returned to Austra lia in March, 1942, and is at present in New Guinea. Lieut. Morrell was J educated at the Glossop Primary and I Renmark High Schools, and prior to | enlisting was prominent in cricket and . football circlqg. His wife, formerly j Miss Margaret Denman, is In the A.W.A.'s.

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More Radio Batteries for I Country Listeners? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

More Radio Batteries for I Country Listeners? The needs of country listeners using battery sets will, it is expected, be shortly met as the result of the Control of Electric Dry Battery Manufacture. Order recently issued, under which manufacture of radio dry batteries will be concentrated upon simplified types in order to increase production to meet essential requirements for civilian and defence needs. A spokesman of the Department of War Organization of Industry ex plains that most materials required in the manufacture, of radio batteries have been imported. These include strip zinc, manganese and carbon rods. Added to manpower problems and in creased defence requirements, a seri ous shortage of radio batteries de veloped which imposed some hard ship on people in the country com pelled to re-y on battery sets for their radio entertainment. "Until recently, a considerable variety of radio bat teries was made, including light, heavy and triple-duty types. In reaching its decision to...

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FRUIT HARVEST AND MANPOWER Conference at Barmera Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

FRUIT HARVEST AND MANPOWER Conference at Barmera Tomorrow At 2.16 p.m. tomorrow (Friday) at Barmera a conference on the fruit harvest manpower question will be held between the, Deputy Director of Man power (Mr. L. C. Hunkln) and other officials .from Adelaide and the Harvest Labour Committees from the-various centres.. \ The visiting party will cbmprise Mr. Hunklii, Miss Dorothy Marshall {di rector of the Women's "Jjarid •. Army), Mr. B, A. HayneB (A.D.F.A. represen tative - in Adelaide), Mrs. : Dolling: (member of the A.YPZ..A. Advisory I Committee) and Mr. Jeffery of the ManpowefOfflce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

RENMARK FRUIT GROWERS v 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 * J 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 Crowe & Newcombe Ltd. DRIED AND FRESH FRUIT MERCHANTS Agents for Allis Chalmers Tractors, the best light Tractor available. Agents for; VICTORIA INSURANCE CO., McKAY MASSEY HARRIS Ring: our local Managers for advice and assistance. RENMARK 318 BARMERA 63.

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Dinner and Tour of Settlement At Waikerie Waikerie, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Dinner and Tour of Settlement At Waikerie "YVaikerie, January 6. On Monday evening, at the Waik erie Hotel, a dinner was tendered to Sir Charles McCann, .by the Waikerie District Council in conjunction with other public bodies. The' chairman of the Council (Cr. J. H. Strang man) presided over a representative '.gathering ol citizens- Mr. Strang man welcomed Sir Charles and ex pressed the pleasure felt in having him with them again after an absence of eight.and a half years. After the Loyal Toast, Dr. G. C. H. Nicol proposed "The Ministry _ and Parliament," to which Mr. J. G. Bice, M.L.C., and Mr. T. C Stott, M.P., responded. The toast of "Our Guest, Sir Charles ^ McCann" was submitted by Mr. J. R. .Temison and supported by Mr. G. A. iW. Pope and Mr W. Stafford. All the speakers stressed the fine work Sir Charles had done for the State. In reply Sir Charles omitted trade references, and dealt at some length with the work of the Australian F.F. Comforts Fund in England, and gave a gra...

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SIR CHARLES McCANN VISITS RIVER DISTRICTS INSPECTIONS AND FUNCTIONS VARIOUS CENTRES; QUALITY OF PRODUCTS PRAISE) Speakers Complimented at Limcheon at Berri Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

SIR CHARLES McCANN VISITS RIVER DISTRICTS INSPECTIONS AND FUNCTfONS VARIOUS CENTRES; QUALITY OF PRODUCTS PRAISE) Speakers Complimented at Limcheon at Berri Hotel Arriving at Waikerie on Monday evening, Sir Charles McCann, Agent General for South Australia in England, accompanied by offi cial party, is making a tour of Upper Murray districts' this week. He has noted -with pleasure the improvement jn processing plants in fruit industries, and has praised the quality of the dried fruits and wines sent from the irrigation settlements to London. Speaking at a luncheon tendered him in the Berri Hotel yesterday (Wednesday) Sir Charles highly complimented the various speakers on their in teresting remarks. The official party comprises, in addition to the principal visitor, the Hon, John Bice, M.L.C. Mr. T. C. Stott, M.P., Messrs. W. J. Spaf ford (Director of Agriculture), W. D. Price (manager, Government Produce Department), A. G. Strickland (Chief Horticulturist), C. G« Grasby (chairman of...

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Sir Charles at Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

I Sir Charles at Renmark Sir Charles McCann and party arrive In Renmark late this morning. After lunch at the Benmark' Hotel, the after noon was devoted to an Informal tour of packing houses and distilleries!, ar was followed by a sherry party. Sir Charles and party will visit Xjoxton tomorrow on the return; journey to Ade laide.

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Shown Over Barmera District Barmera, Today. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Shown Over Barmera District Barmera, Today. Sir Charles McCanu and party ar rived at Barmera on Tuesday in time for lunch. In the afternoon tliey in spected the vegetable gardens at the camps, and were later tendered a re ception in the Bonney Theatre. The chairman of the District Council (Cr. E. D. Siins) welcomed the party and Sir Charles responded. On Tuesday evening Sir Charles and his colleagues were entertained at dinner by the chairman (Mr. Sims) and board members of the Barmera Co-op. Packing Company. Following a visit to Berri Sir Charles returned to Barmera last night, where he and his party were the guests of the R.S.L. Sub-branch at an in formal smoke social. There were be tween SO and 100 Digger settlers pres ent. Mr. W. D. .Woolford (president) extended . an official welcome on be half of the Returned men. His remarks were supported by Mr. A. A. J. Tonkin, who in a splendid speech had- some ancedote to tell in reference to each member of the visiting party. In reply Si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

iir ®}e 4®lurray South Australia's Leading Rural Weekly PUBLISHED AT RENMARK EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON Circulating throughout the River Irrigation and Farming Districts Unrivalled Advertising Medium Printing of Every Description Distinctively executed Phone 3. RAL RAL AVENUE, RENMARK After hours, phone 128 or 139. Box 18

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1943 CALENDAR 1943 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Peace-time Mecca of picnickers—Shady gums on shores of beautiful Lake Bonney. Australia Day February 1 Good Friday lApril 23 Easter Monday and Anzac Day, April 26 Christmas Day December 25 Proclamation Day December 28 FULL MOON: January 21 February 20 March 22 April 20 May 20 June 18 July 17 August 16 September 14 October 13 November 12 December 12 Branch Offices at Berri, Barmera, Loxton and Waikerie

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

"Mosquito" aircraft of R.A.F. Bomber Command recently bombed the Gestapo Headquarters building in Oslo. Taken by the 'first "Mosquito" as it .flew away after the attack this picture shows (A) dust and debris rising from a direct hit by a delayed action bomb; (B) the central cupola, on which the pilots sawthe Nazi flag flying; and (C) the University, where Quisling was hurriedly making for the shelter of the cellars. /'Mosquito" bomber aircraft are playing an increasingly important part in the Allied offensive over Europe.

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