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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 13, 1945, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia powder spares Here s the Cleverest idea yet. Saves Money saves material helps the War Effort Quick turn out All the powder lids that Are lying wasted in your every lid you can fit a Barbara Lee powder spare. -2s"5 at Yery hate Oost you be acquired a new Box of this exquisitely blended powder six glowing shades and you la wonder How a powder can do so much for you. Bar Zara Lee powder spares Are obtainable Only at Myers. 1/6 ulus in the Victory Parade hmip3 you la be proud to a i did my bit hum if you Volunteer now for this urgent War a .1.1 a x x the army requires ammunition for its Field gang Sheila that Yon can fill. The work is clean easy to learn and. Congenial. The wages Are Good and fksgu3fl the conditions excellent. Salisbury s modern air conditioned factory offers Complete welfare amenities. working uniform provide apply National a Tao dered free i service office women employed in protected indu Corrie St., or Eon tries tall if circumstances permit tact your Load be released for this service upor station cd service application to the Deputy director officer. " ? " general of ? manpower. ? ? _ West Adelaide rant football Glufli a i fwd applications will be received by the Secretary. A. Kenny at 348 by by Corrie Street not later than by Hill tuesday March 20th, for the k9kblbbb? undermentioned positions k�h99jmh trainers. Doorkeeper. Color Steward. Colts managers. N ?. I he above club will commence nil tent training at the Adelaide Oval ? a ? ? ? 2 ground on tuesday March 27th. P players Are invite Hernsmith s will buy to attend. Used radio its of go a Ecret Arv. Oil types for spot ? 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If you Are bothered with constipation and its Allied everyday complaints such boy direct Bank difference v bilious Ness sluggish How hire All tips Hach to dining Boom bedroom. I Ichen Mcleay Bros. Ltd. Dian Root Pill Complete Home furnishes u ii Ian we Vilius Vorando bldg it 87 Grenfell Street. Phone c379l the chronicle the leading weekly paper third Victory loan Loam Ope is 13th Hatch. Ims close swot later Wai 27th it full ims fee a of i Palrei i cult interest rates Bonds and inscribed Sod Mahn of. 1950-21% Bonds and inscribed Slock me Erieg 1961h% applications May be lodged wry any Bai. Swag to. Money order Post office or slut Iliahu. Met Catesr commences from fhe Date a lodged pm in be pm on is Mardi my is september of Jedi year. General proceeds of Fth Lorn ?3 be eed Lor War purposes Onty. Merest no be i defect few. Mon Eami Teuton less a rebate of 2/ m 9m Commonwealth to Easty " Cato Buta Rodeo Prospect Oval East Saturn to h mme Buix logging steer and bronc Udog and cow roping and Camp draft Chamthi surs Kese Ted Bsat a. Gumtum Raamona. All tickets at . Topical Limerick no. 2 for the smut est and most Jolt Ihn Lii Illel Len f?tl.l1 f m Ike ? ? Cal or Tan he pank of for it at ugh Dot. Thirty a of Debs in cub prices Are offered. Utess to Dafia o War Bai Yaag Boertm Aast Sai. O a 3m. O. Entry rec. I to Paai mix m Bayart. Of ilk Pate last Csc mat. To by. Do wot Post comb without Maui Simuro i Attol address All Elk times topical ugh cos Box 4?50, , Adelado sponsored by Mas. T Curns t Willil Aie Aal Obb Dtta. D g. Woods. Hon. Bee. Cuba Mabie Miu at. Uce Oma. M. Express and journal the Best week to news Paf do Britain to bid for smart hat Trade from Oor special representative London March 12. A recently organised combi nation of West end milliners will at a premiere on april 24 at Grosvenor House show the world their ideas on How Bri Tain can capture her share of the Post War women s smart hat Trade. The body is known As the associated millinery designers of Lon Don but its ideas Are not As Dull As its title. With bits of feathers snipping a of tellings and a few lengths of Straw Felt and ribbon the association Hopes to startle British women and spread the Fame of Britain s designers throughout the world. Designers and wholesale houses Are working together for this Dis play because before the War Bri Tain was famous overseas Only for that comfortable pull on sports hat now her Best creative Milli ners Are out to prove that they can make the alluring hat As Well. So that Only the top flight will be shown a selection committee will choose 65 to 70 hats from the Iso submitted by 25 West end Milli ners. The display will have an audience of 800, including the consular representatives of All nations buyers from All Over the world and representatives of All International Trade and fashion papers. The hats worn by the attractive models will be filmed. The committee will choose a variety of smart bats for sport Street race and cocktail Wear. Flatterers the hats show imagination and ingenuity. There Are a few Straw hoods and fewer Good Felts no silk Flowers for trimming and Only a limited Quantity and color Range of Felt lengths ribbons and tulle. Many models Are made from bits and pieces for this reason yet this is not apparent so cleverly Are they designed. The accent is on height with the upward sweep achieved with either the Crown or trimming. The hats Are feminine and romantic flatterers they have been dubbed. Lady Gowrie nurses club the patroness of the lady Gowrie nurses club lady Norrie sent her Good wishes for a Suc Cess Ful meeting in a message read at the in nip meeting of the club in Liberal club Hall last night. The lady Mayoress sem bled in the botanic Garden an saturday to say Farewell to miss Ford Smith one of the three australian volunteers chosen for guide International service abroad. Three presentations were made to miss Ford Smith. The first from the commissioners was a travelling suit Case and Rug straps presented by the chief commissioner mrs. H. L. Rymill. Miss Zena Williams presented a travelling trunk from the guides and mrs. W. Seppelt an Renghi i Hairbrush from Mem Bers of the executive committee. Each made a speech of congratulation coupled with Good wishes for miss Ford Smith s future work. The guides sat in a Semi Circle on the Lawn and in reply. Miss Ford Smith gave a talk on what she hoped to do for the children in the devastated countries. At the end of her speech the guides broke up into groups and enjoyed Basket Tea. Deficiency diseases or. K. S. Hetzel will give an and dress on deficiency diseases at red Cross House tonight As part of a special course of lectures on overseas Relief. The lectures Are open to members of the Public As Well As All red Cross workers. On thursday night miss Nancy Atkinson will speak on infectious diseases in Post War bowls Champion of champions second round draw for today by firm shot the second round of the Champion of club champions tournament will be played at 4 . Today at the following greens at Toorak Hogben Adelide v. Stan Ley railways Sullivan in Lear Park v. 8. B. Edwards Mill Wood l. B. Moodle semaphore in. C. W. Pantie Gawler j. R. Poysden Kaunda v. A. E. C. Treloar Brighton. At Adelaide a. Ung Parks de t. F. Faint tender Dale r. I. Gould Croydon v. A. H. I Fornett Haw Thorn o. A. Syms Grange v. A Hollister v. James Prospect i. Inquests on Friday inquests will be held on Friday by the acting City Coroner or. George Ziesing into the circumstances of death in the following cases 10 . Continued Clement Salis Bury Pearce 41. Of Greer Street Runley Park employee of the Adelaide electric Supply coy., who was fatally injured id a collision Between Bis car and a motor truck of Henley Beach Road on january 24. 11 .John Reginald Ellis. 45. Who died in Hospital while serving an Adelaide gaol sentence. 11.10 .Charles Howard Abbott. 39 of Oval Avenue. Woodvine. Who was struck by a munition worm Crane an March 6. 2.15 Judith Anne Booney. 6. Of May Terrace. Ottaway. Who was killed by a bus on port Road. Portland on March 7 answers to correspondents a. B. it. Clinton Buckley was arrested on october 1. 1930, seven years after the Gle Ferrie murder. In which the Bank manager Berryman was shot. 2. No it was detective Laeey. Who while engaged on his quest at time himself As a woman and visited the underworld haunts. In the Hope of glean ing information. Are inclined to think that the rooster is infested with body lice and he should be thoroughly dusted with a reliable insecticide powder. Glanville is quite in order. Anxious port the particulars forwarded you would be entitled to compensation. If you will Forward the name and address of your employer to the under treasurer. Treasury office. King William Street. Adelaide the employer will be written to for you with reference to the payment of Eom Penu Tio. Food parcels for England lady Nome s suggestions i think my family have spent almost As Long in queues for lip Sticks As i have for baby s food said lady Norrie in an address to senior and Junior branches of the English speaking Union at an afternoon Tea meeting yesterday. Lady Norrie warmly recommended the Esu s proposed scheme for sending parcels to England out lined by lady Napier wife of the president of the Esu sir Mellis Napier and after a Brief summary of rationing conditions in Reginna gave suggestions about items for inclusion in the parcels. Much of our satisfactory food position at Home is due to the primary producers of Australia in helping us to the Large extent they have said lady Norrie. The main complaint about meals at Home is that they Are dreadfully monotonous pm afraid this is a very True anything which would help to brighten a child s birthday party was always most acceptable. Lady Norrie said such As sweets Choco late jellies biscuits hundreds and thousands almonds raisins or any Bright paper decorations. Acceptable items for a parcel for a Mother with several Small Chil Dren would be soap flakes starch Blue and baby powder. None of these could be readily obtained. Alternatively a parcel with Gela Tine full Cream dried milk Corn flour or custard powder would be very popular sugar icing sugar and Tea Are All Short continued lady Norrie but i know you Are rationed Here for these so they Are not at All easy to spare. Cheese Ham Bacon or beef dripping would be much appreciated provided they could be As the parcels were limited to five pounds in weight lady Norrie recommended sending two or three items Only instead of a Large variety of Small things at the Entrance mrs. C. E. Bar Ritt and mrs. T. J. M. Tenn received the afternoon Tea Money and took More than �13. Parcels and their contents were shown and orders taken by mesdames f. L. Russell h. Lyon. Keswick and miss Ada Dreyer. Donations in Money and parcel gifts were received by mrs. George Brookman and miss Eleanor Plummer. In the Junior Section mrs. L e. Clarke showed parcels and took orders. Mrs. David Leitch ran the cake Section. Miss Lorna Todd is honorary Secretary of the English speaking Union. Lady Norrie was accompanied by miss Rosemary Norrie. Miss Kerans and attended by miss Sybil Roberts. Among those present were the lady Mayoress mrs. Walker lady Parson. Lady Kidman. Mesdames Dudley Hayward. C. E. C. Wilson j. G. Duncan Hughes. Frank Perry h. M. Jackman. K. Bake Well. John h. Bagot. H. P. Owen. J. H. Hammond. Nell Hopkins. E. W. Grant. C. L. Jessop. George mor Phett. A. Grenfell Price. Dudley Annas. W. Russ poll. Douglas Robertson. Peter Bead. Herr int Brown. Sidney Ayers. T. G. Wilson. Lan Hayward s. L. J. New land. Kenneth wills. Fowler Stewart. F. H. Alderman h. Beckford. Lisle John son. N. P. Owen. J. M. Irwin. J. K. Schali. Barley Hooper c. F. Wreford. Lather Scammell. B. Mehrtens. Creagh Smeaton. D Arcy add son. J. H. Burgess. Misses Marryat w. Stevenson. A. Snort. K. Finlayson. E. Will. Betsy Holden. Nancy Burgess. Judith Jackman v. Perry. K. Symon. Afternoon Tea was served at Small tables in the Hall. The Money raised by the Sale of the food parcels will be Given parcels being arranged in the caledonian Hall yesterday by members of the English speaking Union for people in England. From left mesdames t. J. M. Linn c. Barrett c. E. C. Wilson e. W. Benham and r. L. Russell. Women s bowls by g. M. Atkinson in the a women s Bowling Assoc a Tion Pennant matches which were in aug rated in 1930. Hawthorn has won the division 1 Pennant in eight seasons. This year Hawthorn won 13 of the is games and mrs. Morphett won 12 game and tied in one. Adelaide was the runner up with mrs. Me Kenny leading skipper Kensington gardens was the Winner of the 1944-5 second division Flag and Glen Oga red the runner up. Both these teams came Down from burst Divi Sion at the end of last year and will return next season mrs Lewis pkg lost Only a matches but was off for four rounds mrs. Puller state Cham Pion playing for Holdfast Bay White also lost Only a i in 14 games and mrs. Hopkins Rosewater redi. 2 � in 15 positions of teams matches won and lows of Sion of Prstt Nha whom 13 wins 2 losses. 169 Points up second. Adelaide. 10. 5, 202 up third Glenelg Oval. 10. 5. 183 up fourth. Unley Park. 9. 6. 77 up al Fly Reade Park 8, 7. 24 up sixth. Underdale. 6. 9. 76 Points Down seventh Brighton 5 10 91 Down Eleth. Railway. 5. 10. 135 Down ninth. Ai Burton. 4" 7. 10 a. 107 Down tenth. Past Ham. 4 i. Com 173 Down. Alber ton and Payne am will play in division 1 next season. Division 2 first. Ken -285 Points up second. Glenn a red i la i. 3 i. 125 up third. Glenelg Oval White. To i. 4".i. 137 up fourth. Hold fast Bay White loj. 4. 115 up fifth. Hawthorn. 94. S a. G9 up sixth. Rose water re. 9. 6. 158 up few Ruth. Rosr water White. 9. 6. 97 up Rioth. Glenelg ova. Red. 8. 7. 28 up ninth go Nunga White. 8. 1. 10 Points Down tenth. On Derdall. 6. 9. 6 Down eleventh. Unerv Park White. 6. 9. 102 Down twelfth. Reade Park. 6. 9. 137 Down thirteenth. Unev Park red. 514. 9",. 43 Down fourteenth Adelaide 5, 10. 44 Down fifteenth. Holdfast Bay red. 2. 13. 24s Down sixteenth rail War. 1. 14. 409 Down. Ken Sington Garden and Gie Nunda re will play in division 1 next Aea Aon. Lac r. J. Allen of Krup a Raaf returned and mrs. Allen leaving St. Andrew s roman Catholic Church Balaklava after their marriage. The Bride was formerly miss Cloda m. Offen of Bala Klava. Items of interest the engagement is announced of Madge Milner elder daughter of or. P. Milner Dulwich an the late mrs. Milner to capt Llyod g. Siderius us air corps Only son of or. And mrs. C. C. Siderius. Of san Benito Texas Usa. The engagement is announced of Shirley Kimpton Stalley Only daughter of or. And mrs. J. 11. Stalley. Kensington Park to Phillip Grose Sullivan ran Only son of or. And mrs. E. W. Sullivan. May lands tie engagement is announced of Jean m. Butler younger Daugh ter of mrs. G. W. Butler Nara Poorte and the late or. G. Butler to Duan g. Dune Wil Liams late if. Second son of or. And mrs. R. J. Williams it. Gra Ham Millicent. The marriage of Jean Ogilvie Cameron fans elder daughter of mrs. A. G. Cameron South ter race wit i Frederick Lloyd Harvey sex if ret Only sent of maj. And mrs. J. Kcf. Harvey Unley Park will be celebrated at 7 pin. On saturday at scots Church. North Terrace. The committee of the Plympton Branch Moha. President mrs. W. K. Penney Hon. Sec. Mrs. N. Keats were entertained yesterday by their Patron miss Ada Martini at Ber Home at craters. The annual general meeting of the 2/9 the aus. Armoured Best will be held at 2.15 . On Friday in the Shell theatre the. Trading table and after noon Tea. New members will be Welcome. Committee meets at 1 . The Norwood infant school mothers club will hold the first meeting of the year at 2.30 pm. Tomorrow in the school room. Basket afternoon Tea. The octo will meet at 230 pin. On thursday in the Clarence Park Metho dist Church Hall. There will be music afternoon Tea and an address by mrs. C. W. Barnard. Our lady of victories of of unit will hold a Bridge party at 2 pin. Tomorrow in the Rel card room. Town Hall Glenelg. Old and new members Wel come. Mrs. P. H. Nicholls will address the women a group of the at 3 o clock this afternoon at Headquarters Waymouth Street. Her subject is doctor s the 2/3 re machine gun battalion women s club will hold the first meet ing for the year at 2-30 . Today at the Shell the Trette. Trading table and afternoon Tea. The first evening meeting will be held at 7_30 pin. On wednesday March 21. President mrs. A. S. Black Burn Hon. Secretary mrs. F. L. M. Bur Den. The St. Peters women s service Uncle and aunt Competition will hold a games Garty at 8 pin. Tomorrow at mrs. P. Mith s Home. Eighth Avenue , for her candidature. A Mem Bers and friends Are invited to the final social at 7.45 pm. On Friday in the ban netting room. Basket Aupper. The Eastry Street Norwood unit of of will meet at 2.30 . On thurs Day in the Hall Eastry Street. Mrs. 1 Whitehouse and pastor c. Davies will be the speakers. Bring and buy mys Tery parcels. Knitting and sewing at tha meeting afternoon Tea. Old and new members Welcome. President mrs. A Cornish Hon. Secretary mrs. M. Chari ton. Central pow will meet at 2-30 . On thursday at the Shell the Trette. A screening and travel talk will be Given by the Rev. F. R. French on in Ilion As it trading table in charge of mesdames p. Head and j. Herriot after noon Tea mesdames j. Leslie w. Buchanan. C. B. Peate and a. Muller. Wow members Welcome. The sea and Kab association win meet at the Rel club Angas Street at 2 . On Friday. Mrs. Harley Hooper will speak on Burma. There will be a bring and buy a gift table and afternoon Tea. Admission 1/. Proceeds for the association also of of unit and red Cross billiards and snooker by Hazard the following matches in the metro Politan club s billiards and snooker As Socia Tion will be played at the rooms of the first mentioned club tomorrow at 7.30 . A Grade met red v. Norwood. Railway v. Rel Glenelg. Bri Tish tube Mills v. Democratic. News and i mail v. Police. Met Blue a Bye. B Grade Norwood v. Met red. Harris. Scarfe 2 v. Railway. Met White v. News and mull met Blue v. Barracks White. Police v. Harris. Sharfe 1, demo cratic v. British tube Mills Rel Glenelg a Bye. Nor Woods and met red will be playing again at the Hackney depot and another one game is expected. Met red. Who will be playing it Home should lust finish m front. Railways should account for Rel Glenelg who Ere not yet showing the form expected. Police May Cir cat news and mail while a Good Matti should be seen Between British tube Mills and democratic with the former just in front at the finish. In b Grade. Met red. Railway. New end mail. Met Blue. Police and demo cratic should win their respective matches. Glenelg football supporters to meet by Rover to launch a drive for increased sup port for the Glenelg football club a Public meeting Over which the mayor or. Baden Pattinson will preside will be held in tar Lencl town Hall next i Friday night. The club will hold its first practice on the following tuesday. Adelaide and suburban meeting the Adelaide and suburban football association will bold its Annuel meeting in the football Learnie rooms tonight. Junior clubs desiring to join arc invited to Send delegates. Last year the association bad the record number or 33 to ctn. And the ire that there Wittl be v Many tills Aea Aon. Lady Nome visits Estcourt House lady Nome attended by miss Sybil Roberts visited Estcourt House Grange yesterday where she was particularly interested to see the children doing a variety of crafts which Are included in their school curriculum. There Are 38 boys and girls from 12 months to 15 years of age at the Home and Many of them Are learning to do weaving tapestry and several types of needlework under the Tui Tion of miss k. Wauchope the teacher. Accompanied or the chairman of Estcourt House id. H. Gilbert the honorary medical officer id. S. Gun Ningard the Matron s Waap staff officer arrived in Adelaide yesterday from Mel Bourne and is staying at the South australian hotel. During her visit the fourth birthday of a aah will be celebrated on thursday. Professor and mrs. Harvey John Ston returned Home at the week end from a fishing Holiday at american River Kangaroo Island. Or. And mrs. B. Porter Turner of Snow town also chose the Island for their vacation. Mrs. Turner re turned last week to stay at Aid Gate where her husband will join her later. Miss Betty Harper Robertson of Glenoth of Haloran Hill is a re Mit to the awas and is posted to leave Early next week for an Eastern state. During the week end a cheery dinner party at the South austra Lian hotel included sad Cdr. And mrs. Vivian Mill scouse. Or. And mrs. Frank Piper. Or. And mrs. Clem Chinner. Mrs. Robb Wilson and miss Margaret Harper. At St. Peters College Chapel the infant daughter of or. And mrs. Holmes Dale Nitschke was Chis tend Rosslyn. The godparents Are the Bay s aunt. Miss r. D. Nitschke. Miss t. Scott and to. L. Mctaggart a brother of mrs. Nitschke. After the ceremony a family party celebrated the Occa Sion at Hackney Road. Hackney. Industrial came list Federal arbitration tuesday. March 13.before or. Can filiation commissioner j. H. Portus at 10.30 .Federated store men and packers Union and g. Adams pay. Ltd and others notification under re Gulatta 10 of the National Fie Cartti Industrial peace Beki masons re annual leave. Shortage of seed Barley representatives of the a pig breeders and feeders association yesterday con feared with the australian Barley Board seeking to have supplies of seed Barley released for sowing toll season the Board pointed oat that the quantities of barter available Sere barely Focient to meet a purposes. And As pie prod Peers were Able to obtain an alternative fodder in the Forai of wheat the request Ronld not be granted. Nos. Divorce in new zealand last year Rea faed the record total of 1,992, compared with Imi in im2,and Etc Nimi. Ten years ago the total was 839

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