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Communist Party's Plan for Fruit Harvest Labour To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Communist Party's Plan for Fruit Harvest Labour I To the Editor I Sir,—To prevent such a catastrophe to world civilization as •would be rep resented by success to the Axis Na tions, who have already perpetuated bestialities of torture and cold-blooded murder against innocent people in oc cupied Europe, the United Nations, headed by Great Britain, Soviet Rus sia and the United States of America, are putting up a magnificent effort which will in the near future end in victory over the forces of darkness. Bright, though the prospects may seem at the moment, there is still a terrific struggle to be waged before final victory is achieved. ' For the large forces to be maintained on all fronts so that they may even tually crush the enemy for ever, the best of munitions, tanks, aeroplanes, and food must be supplied. To this end we on the River Murray as dried fruits growers, are allotted the task of producing the greatest quantity of the best quality fruit we can. i The greatest difficulty ...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES C.S. & I,R. Advisory Committee [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

NEMO'S HORTICULTURAL NOTES C.S. & I,R. Advisory Committee Some items from the minutes of the last meeting of the Advisory Council of the C.S. and i.R. may prove interesting to growers gen erally. Working with a reduced staff due to the enlistments in the fighting forces, the work of the station has been directed to wards problems associated with the war including food production. The two South Australian members were unavoidably absent from the meeting. This was the first meeting they had missed. On© important experiment carried •at at the Merbein Research Station Was associated with plants producing a rery important medical drug. When Imported-medical supplies were cut off steps had to be taken to supply this deficiency and a great deal of progress had been made with various plants which it was shown could be success* fully grown in lAutsralia. About a year ago the South Australian mem bers of the committee made a re quest for investigations to be made on the salt content o...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Wi carry large, u>ett euorted ttock* of KARRI A bigb-clau n«U«n priccd hardwood inU lUt for cotutmctional and other purpose*. LQNQ LENGTHS AVAILABLE TIMBER FRAMED HOUSES of any dedgn to crtet. Scad for plans *nd pricce CLOBE TIMBER Ttt1 I

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GOOD PROGRESS WITH APRICOTS AT LYRtIP Gang of 60 on One Property At Week-end Lyrup, Januaiy 5 [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

GOOD PROGRESS WITH APRICOTS AT LYRtIP Gang of 60 on One Property At Week-end Lyrup, Januaiy 5 Apricot harvesting is progressing favourably. Mr. W. Pistoor said that by the week-end the peak period will have been reached and from then on wards things will ease a little. A good number of pickers and cutters are still arriving dally from Renmark. to assist Mr. A. M. Wright. Last Sunday a gang of "approximately 60 were engaged on this property. Dur ing the day an unfortunate accident occurred, Paul Hlng, one of the pickers fell from his ladder and had to be taken to the Renmark Hospital. It was found that he had broken some ribs. 1 Irrigations The third general irrigation is Hear ing completion. If possible the fourth general will continue straight on as currants are ripening fast and the hot weather is taking the moisture out of the ground very rapidly.

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

LAUBMAN & PANK LTD Certified Opticians 62 Gawler Place, Adelaide Entrust the Packing and Marketing of your Dried and Citrus Fruits to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All Market* are completely covered and Growers are assured of highly satisfactory returns ■with regular monthly payments. Rack Material — Hardware and all Growers' Requirements Stocked. Seasonal Spraying on Blocks' done to Growers' Instructions. FINANCE RECEIVES COURTEOUS AND PROMPT ATTENTION Ample Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH COLE & WOODHAM LIMITED PACKERS OF ALL VARIETIES OF DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS GENERAL MERCHANTS AND AGENTS DISTRIBUTORS on the Murray for Harvey Imple ments, Machines, Dehydrators and Citrus ; Graders, etc. PACKING HOUSE and Office — Tarcooja Street. — RENMARK.

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King Decorates River Airman with D.F.C. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

King Decorates River Airman with D.F.C. Advice has been received by Mr. S. W. Guppy, of Berri, that on Decem ber J5 Flying Officer R. C. Hay was invested by H.M. The King at Buckingr ham Paaee with the D.F.C. His sis ter, Mrs. Ken Worke, and aunt, Miss M. Hay, were present. Flying Officer Hay was born at Renmark.

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RENMARK POLICE COURT Bushfire Act; Failed to Send Child to School [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

RENMARK POLICE COURT Bushfire Act; Failed to Send Child to School Before Messrs. H. G. Evans and T. F. Spurting, J.P.'s Stan ley Frederick Wright, of Lyrup, was charged in the Renmark Police Court with a breach of the Bushfires .Act at Lake Gurra. He pleaded guil ty. Fined £2 reduced to £1, costs 10/-. The prosecutor, Sergt. F. J. Rosenberg, said that the defendant with other youths were out camping at Lake Gurra over a week-end when several fires were lit. The defend ant said he had not intended to light the fire. He struck a match and the match broke. The head of which flew into some grass which ignited. With the assistance of his mates he soon had the fire under con trol. The Bench said that this year with an abundance of dry grass about it was the duty of everyone to exercise great care. If a fire was started on a hot day the damage sus tained from such a fire might spell "ruination to some of the settlers on the land." Jack Davis Carmen (Renmark West) was fined 5/- with 10/- co...

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HEAD CUt IN FALL FROM TRICYCLE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

HEAD CUt IN FALL FROM TRICYCLE Mrs. Xi. Webb's little daughter Mar Jorie, of Meribah, fell fromhe riricyclo ana cat her head badly. She woe taken to Xjoxton taA wvwaJ jrtltcb«i wfcre iMferteQ. - -■•••

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Honour for Sgt-Air Gnr. A. E. Jones [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Honour for Sgl-Air Gnr. A. £ Jones Sgt. Air-Gunner Arthur Ed ward Jones, fifth son of Mrs. C. JM. Jonei? of 17th Street, Renmark, has been awarded the Dis tinguished Flying Medal. The cit ation reads: "Sgt. Jones is a skilled and keen wireless air gunner who has taken part in many sorties includ ing attacks on such targets as Havre, Cologne, Bremen, Essen, Duisberg and Wilhelmshafen. His excellent work has been of great assistance to his navigator." Sgt. JoneB was born at Renmarlc 30 years ago. He went to the Ren mark Town School were he did very well and then attended the High School when Mr. johncock was head master. He took a commercial course and tied j with another boy as head of his class. He was 13 when he first entered the school and left at the age of 16J years. For four months he was a messenger at the Renmark post office and then left Renmark to join the Fiat motor works as a clerk. He was in that employment for 18 months. He then became a junior mechanio at the G.P.O.. A...

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OBITUARY Mr. Fred Crabb, Noted River Stockman [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

OBITUARY Mr. Fred Crabb, Noted River Stockman On December 30 the death occurred at Waikerie of Alfred Crabb, who pas sed his 83rd mile-stone on June 3 last year. Born at Angaston In 1859, he married Miss M. E. Stockdale at Blan- hetown in 1888. The family con sists of Dolly (Mrs. E E. Hutton, Ade laide), Birdie (Mrs. G. S. Fennyfield, Waikerie), Eric (Waikerie), and Rich ard (Second A.X.F.) . The funeral took place at Waikerie on December 31, pall bearers being Messrs. J. Jones, E. Miller, V. Ballantine and G Fullwood. The officiaitng clergyman was the Rev. Evans (Church of England). Fred Crabb was one of the last old time stockmen on the River. He was a fine judge of stock. He lived in the bush all his young life and was one of the finest horsemen this River has seen. It was in the 'Sixties that the Crabbs moved from Angaston To Blanchetown, and at one period there no less than 18 of the family helped tu make up the sparse population then living in the tiny town. In 1889 Mr. Crabb ...

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MR. A. T. ANDERSON LIFE MEMBER OF R.S.L Tributes Also Paid to Mr. Wood at Renmark Special Meeting to Discuss Membership Question [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

MR. A. T. ANDERSON LIFE MEMBER OF R.S.L Tributes Also Paid to Mr. Wood at Renmark Special Meeting to Discuss Membership Question At-the first meeting of the (Ten mark R.S.L. Sub-branch for the year, over which the president Mr. R. P. Bennett) presided, Mr. A. T. Anderson was made a fife a members of th£ league. In opening the meeting Mr. Bennett said, "This is the first meeting for the New Year and we hope that 1943 will be a brighter year than 1942. We as Diggers have to do a five man job this year supporting the league in every matter possible, and also our executive here as weil «6 the house committee.' ' Continuing the speaker said that Mr. T. B. Wood while president had, he considered, the most strenuous time because of war, that any president had. Mr. Wood had .been ably assisted by the secretary (Mr. A. T. Anderson) and assistant secretary (Mr. L. Neighbour). Mr. Neighbour said that Mr. Wood as their president had •proved himself a tower of strength and no one knew the amount...

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BOWLING NOTES By "Yer Must Be Up" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

BOWLING NOTES By "Yer Must Be Up" I took advantage of a trip to Adelaide and saw quite a lot of the State cham pionship. Some greens were excellent while others showed a lack, of blooct manure, due to the shortage. They were all very pacy. I was impressed with Dr. Petchells bowling, and early in the piece I thought that he would, be in the final. Solicitor A. F. Fischer, of Berri, has produced wonderful form. He told me that Mat. Guy was responsible for fast greens at Berri, which helped him considerably. This goes to prove that slow greens will never prepare a bowler to reach the grade, because the pace and green are so vastly different. It was good to see Wohling of Waik erie, get well up he must have played good bowls to reach the round before the quarter-finals—and was put out by Fischer, It may be of interest to readers to compare the form of the last 4 men left in the State championship. I will quote Arthur Eldridge: "It is easy to become just a bowler; but it uBuaUy takes eig...

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AIR SUPPORT FOR JUNGLE WARFARE Sgt M. B. Jones Writes Home [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

AIR SUPPORT FOR JUNGLE WARFARE Sgt M. B. Jones Writes Home Sgt. M. B. Jones writing to his father, Mr. E. G. Jones of. Renmark, from "Somewhere In Australia" states: "The box of mixed fruits was a bit of a -luxury in camp. . ' I carry a small parcel with me In the kite as a standby—emergency food, "This is not a bad place, with good tucker and smokes, but no beer, and the mosquitoes are awful. They nearly eat me alive. I could just imagine you going crook about-them as I know mosquitoes and .bugs like your blood. "The boys seem to have things pretty well under control now, but unless you see them and the jungle they are fighting in and conditions they are battling with, climate, weather etc., you have no idea. The A.X.F. and Militia are all heroes up here. They cheer us when our plane goes over. We are thankful they now have {jood air cover. We silently cheer them back. I ran across Ken Newman, Stewart Pyers and George Katekar. I just missed seeing Jim Bates, and Harry Katekar who I...

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SUCCESSFUL RENMARK AUCTION SALE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

SUCCESSFUL RENMARK AUCTION SALE Mr. K. O Fox, auctioneer of Barmera, reports having held a very successful sale on the property of the late Mr. Alex Buchanan, 12tli Street, Renmark, on Tuesday. There was a large crowd, and brisk bidding brought good values. The wood an diron dwelling on three allotments, realized £825. Furniture, which' was in good order, sold well, excellent prices being ob tained . A large cedar wardrobe realized £27, an attractive cedar chest of drawers brought £14, double bedroom suite £18, and an antique arm chair made £10. A Buick tourer motor car was sold for f80/10/-.

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FINE BERRI PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

FINE BERRI PROPERTY CHANGES1 HANDS I Mr. S. A. Andary, storekeeper of Berrl, has purchased the fine property of Mr. W. E. Shortt Mr. and Mrs. Shortt took up residence on their or chard about 27 years ago and Mr. Shortt has been a most successful grower.. He cleared, planted, fenced, I trellised and channelled the block himself. His two sons have assisted 1 him at times. Mr. and Mfs. Shortt have purchased the home of "Mr. and ■ Mrs. W. Mawby and will reside there I in future.

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Odd Column MONETARY REFORM [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

I Odd tfolumnT Conducted oy "GLEANER" T MONETARY REFORM •'Keep plugging away on monetary reform in your column", said Mr. Clem Till, of Barmera, in the course of a brief conversation over the phone re cently. I was glad to hear of the interest- in the subject, though it was not news to me that Barmera possessed a group of men including Mr. Till, and Mr. Macgillivray M.P., who have been giving the matter a good deal of thought over a Period of years. In our short discussion we agreed that some reform 'in our financial system was long overdue and must' occupy a prominent place in the post war era.. "And", Mr. Till added* "we can get it if enough of us show that we want it." Any further comments from interested readers: would be welcome. "AS GREEN AS GRASS" The poet's phrase, "The orldest and youngest are at work with the strong est," might well be applied to the apri cot harvest now well under way in the irrigation areas. I was talking to a member of a family possessing a few acres of...

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Wounded Renmark Soldier Arrives in Australia [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

Wounded Renmark Soldier Arrives in Australia SX7996 Sgt. Roger Jacka has arrived i in Australia from the' Middle East.! He gained- the Military Medal for gal- j lantry under fire in action when he was severely wounded. His wife,, formerly Miss Ruth Bundey, of Ren mark, left on Wednesday for Ade laide . • Sgt Jacka, who ts distantly' I related to Captain Jacka, V.C., was before the war employed by Giod Dur rant and Murray, and was widely known along the Murray. He left 'or overseas in November 194.0, and wa," for eight months in beseiged Tobruk when he was promoted to lance ser geant. After the Tobruk siege the sergeant with other Australian troops went iitto Syria and was employed on Syrian-Turkish frontier. He earned theM.M. in Egypt on July 17, while on patrol work with Bren guns. He is expected to arrive in Adelaide this week.

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KILLED IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

KILLED IN ACTION I Widespread sorrow was felt when It was learnt in Loxton on" Monday that Pte. H. W. (Mick) Hall had been killed in action in New Guinea. (Fur ther reference and a photograph will appear later). Wounded in Action, and Missing Mrs. It. C. Marsh, of Renmark South, haa received official information that her husband SX 2640 Pte. 'Lawrence Charles Marsh has been' wounded in action in New Guinea and is reported missing since November 23. He is a son -of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Marsh who arrived in Renmark about 1888. His mother passed away in January 1942. There are two little daughters. One is ten years old, and the other three years of age. Pte. Marsh enlisted in May 1940, serv ing in Egypt and in Syria. He suf fered from Malaria while abroad. With other troops from the Middle East he dame back to Australia and visited Renmark before leaving for New Guinea and took part in heavy fight ing there. He was 33 years of age, being reported missing five days be fore his birth...

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R.A.F. to "Scourge Reich from End to End" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

R.A.F. to "Scourge Reich from End to End" Jn the Battle of Britain, beginning on the Stfi August, 1940, the R.A.F. hurled back the full might of the German Air Force, strewing the English countryside with wrecks- of German bombers in hundreds. Now fighter and bomber Command are . carrying the offensii/e across ' the Channel deep into industrial Germany. British bombers have dealt a series of smashing blows at great centres of. production for the "Wehrmaeht", Cologne, Essen and Bremen have been devastated by forces of over a tjiousand "bombers. Boston bombers are hitting the enemy hard by daylight and fightp/s are making'daring offensive sweeps on targets in enmey-occupiofJ France. In 'the word's: of ^Britain's Bomber-Command chief "We are going, to scourge the Third Retch from end to end." Revving up the Merlin engines of an R-A.F. Whitley long-range heavy bomber before she takesoff on a .raid .over, Germany*. . -Whitley's .are deal ing blow after'blow at Import targets in the indus...

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What's New in Salads? [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 7 January 1943

What's New in Salads? Bv ELIZABETH COOKE _ For a'"main dish" salad which has | the right combination of food values to make a well-balanced mainv course for a luncheon or midsummer dinner menu, try this unusual and appetis ing' chicken-apple salad. CHICKEN-APPfUE SALAD — .'3 large red apples, 2 cups diced cooked chicken, 1 cup diced celery, 1 cup shredded cheese, salt, pepper, lettuce, Mayonnaise. Remove centres of apples, so that each forms a smail bowl. Cook them until barely tender, drain and chill. Toss together the chicken, celery and cheese, and add enough mayonnaise to moisten well. Season to taste. Fill the apple bowls with the chicken salad and place each on a bed of crisp lettuce. Serve with additional mayonnaise. Serves six. AMERICAN SAL.AD PLATE is an other tasty and spectacular "main dish" salad—1 raw cabbage, J cauli flower broken into flowerettes, 1 large grapefruit, 2 cup raw carrot strips, I cup cooked beetroot strips, i lb. thinly sliced ham, 5 lb. thinly sliced to...

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