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Broken Hill Barrier Daily Truth (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Broken Hill, New South Wales A ,1 v i also Metropole v ? j1 today 130 ? tonight Al 7.50 1j04-Tut a i pc in Buchanam prot colom tit Are to Tisu cd i ten Jan a Raj stir Ali Sun of a p by by Irwin Shaw and Sidney cd Chmael ? a Columbia picture _ % not suitable or general exhibition ? also screening on the same program ? Willi a Gargan ? ? a margaret1. Lindsay in no place for a lady i Mescone Short British news Green Hornet up. 9 a matinee Only. F Nvvf Tai Rita Hayworth in you la never get Rich tonight a Stu la v. A i nobody s. Children Al ? latest news ? palais defense ? tonight a pipes Gimp brightest Donee. Orchestra featuring your most popular numbers and All latest releases. It s always an enj6vable night when spent at the palais attractions ? perfect floor ? every convenience ? and Ideal surroundings / saturday june 10�? new masonic railway town red Cross dance and supper refreshments and games gents 3/-, ladies 2/ football of a football in football 1 broken Hill f6btball league today of 2.43 . Jubilee Ovate ? ? Western Oval souths y. Norths v centrals y. Wests. Usual prices of admission Good games assured. F. B. Thomas Secretary. Cd ? if err of ? t ? j a yugoslav alo1 gymkhana1 w. A a a South course entails close monday 5 . ? Riri i i i i ? i 1 1 i 1 i ii ii ? i / Burke Vard Hall dance tonight. Popular old and new dance follow that Happy Dot fwd who enjoy every minute of the Best program. Best music and 3fsfjqqsc.-p�-wl.tlmb. Assured. Reg. Daniels orchestra. W. Taylor. . Popular Price gup leaves Hall at 12.15 . Everything with a sofa flu ? by Rou i Fri ? All rights reserved. Sout Tobt Kall club halrin1 tonight of Aioli club s dance tonight a Good floor and a Good time assured. Ken Pugh s orchestra c. Elliss admission gents 2/ ladies 1/6 tint tax ? Voi i ? . Bates seckary. Tonight a Orth mine Hall ? tonight it p. A. Ladies Odvil Irvree old time dance. Admission 1/ plus taxi. Children -n6imsi Iare hts ill not be . ? cosh boor broken of bul a students Union 1 a supper palais de Jose tuesday june 6th ? Don a ofe Loev Floc piece ? ? gents 6/- lapjjs./. 7 a Harten . I Meetin 1 w. I. U. Of a. ? Barrier d a meeting of i he executive and committee will be hold at the Kan Droom to Morrow sunday morning at 10.30 o clock. A a. . Of a. Delegate to l the . Find the . , re and requested to attend meeting. C. T Vinall. Sec. R 1 Meiti is. J underground. Foremen and. Sir tosses Assn. Of embers Are hereby notified that i their monthly mewing will be Field tomorrow Sunda of 10.30 ajn., Odd Fellows Hall. Business important. Sub committees report re provident fund. Nomi nation o officers. H. E. Fillery. Secretary. Printed and published by e. Wittier it. 450 Chat ppr by two. A broken Hill for the . Of a. Rural or trip let Rev by a w tonight 1k. I h matinee a Topay 1.30 Hillside a tonight Ltd Techy co a a v sinking min 1 he 01 Drudi s i Elmurphy Wille to Rondo a tar ? he ? Char ifs i kit Smith ?. Iris ram urn j w a ? ,11.11 -. ? ? ? ? a supported by ? 1�? ? escape from crime Richard Travis and Julie Bishop j Fox australian news Book now a front and Back seats Are reserved free for fridays and saturdays. Reserves must be collected by noon on Satu Lav. ? i Church. Notices ? j oxide Street methodist sunday school. Anniversary services special singing Tiv scholars under Baton of or. T. A. Reece preachers -�1 an. Rev. G. H. Pemberton. 3 Rev. R. C. Gish Firlet. -7 ., Rev. O. L. Noske. ? ? 1? ill ? ? i ? a ? a ? j Church notices j Central Street 11 Rev. R. Gutberlet. 7 n r. J. Phillips. Nicholls Street a 11 or. R. Cederblad. 7 ref. R -3uthberiet. Sweat football club wll attend evening ser funeral notices j Parnes a and friends of or. & j. Barnes. . And mrs. A a a. Barnes and family or and mrs Alf Huxtable Ond family. Or. V and mis. Will Blanks and fam of Capet. And or. Reg . Albert Barnes Are informed that the remains of to two late beloved wife. Mother and grandmother Ivy Vera will be interred in the methodist cemetery this Day saturday the funeral leaving her lat of residence 117 Gaffney Street. A tollway . Al 2.30 arriving at the cemetery it j.45 Fred j. Poff iter und son. Funeral directors phone 725. Oxide Street. Barnes a tie a relatives and friends of or w. Sandy. Sir. Or. And mrs. H. Datson and family Adelaide or. And mrs. W. H. Sandy and family Why Aua. Mrs. D. Wright and family Adelaide. Or. And mrs. O. Sandy and family. Or. And mrs. In Cocks and family. My and mra. L. Dadds and family Mil Ourvor. And mrs. A. Sandy and i family Peterborough Are respectfully informed that the remains of their late beloved daughter. Sister. Sister in Law and aunt Ivy Vera will a interred in the methodist cemetery this Day saturday the funeral leaving her late residence 117 Gaffney Street rail Way town at 2.30 pjn., arriving a it the cemetery at 2.45 . Fred j. Potter and son funeral directors. Phone 725. Oxide Street. Darnes a the relatives and d friends of or and mrs. Ja8. Barnes Adelaide family of mra. And late or. Vic Barnes. Family of mrs. And late or w. Barnes family of late or. And mrs. T. Cocks family of or. And late mrs. W. Bow Man. Family of late or. And mrs. Robinson. Or. Iron Bowman or. And mrs. Hucke and family. Or. E. Bowman Jar. Are respectfully informed i that the remains of their late beloved sister in Law of aunt Ivy Vera will be interred in the methodist Ceme Tery this Day idea ii Day the funeral leaving her late residence 117 Oaffney Street. Railway Torii. At .2.30 arriving at the Cems try tit 2.45 . Fred j. Pots Eft find son. Funeral directors. Phone 726. Street. Barnes a to hts relatives and friends of or. And mrs. Jack Payne Adelaide or. And mrs. Ern Payne Adelaide or. And mrs. Hor Rie Payne att code. Mrs. E. Ples ter. Or. And mrs a avg Smith Orand mrs. D. Stephens Adelaide air. And my a. Grey Adelaide or. And ? mrs. Short sout vim Rall and or. And mrs. Hobbs of fijut Australla and families Are informed that the remains of in Elrna beloved Niece and Cousin Ivy Vera will be interred in the methodist cemetery this Dav saturday the funeral leaving her late i reside race. 117 Oaffney Street of tollway town at 2.30 ., arriving at the cemetery at 2.45 . Fred j. Potter and son funeral directors. Phone 725. ? ? oxide Street. J. Funeral notices 1-Arnes a the. Relative and friends of or. And mrs. G. Ripley and family. Or and mrs. A. Horsham or. Jim Huxtable Are respectfully informed that the remains of their late esteemed Friend Llvy. Vera Earnest will be interred in the Mett Cutel cemetery this Day ? saturday the funeral leaving her late residence 117 a fancy Street. Railway. Town at. 2.30 ., arriving at the cemetery at 2.45 11 Fred j. Potter and so it. Funeral Dir Ectra. Phone 725. ? oxide Barnes a the relatives and friends o Marko ka6troph re respectfully informed that the re Mains of his esteemed Friend Ivy Vera Barnes will be Laid to rest in the methodist cemetery this Day Satur Day the funeral leaving her late Resi Dence. 117 Gaffney Street. Railway town at 2.30 ., arriving at the cemetery at 2.45 . A Barnes. A the relatives and friends of or. And mrs. Bert Staker and family Are respectfully informed that the remains of their late esteemed Friend Ivy Vera Barnes will be interred in the methodist Ceme Tery this Day saturday the funeral leaving her late residence at 117 Gaffney Street at 2.30 . Barnes. A the relatives and friends of mrs. P. M. Blanks and or. And mrs. P. A. Mcl Alch Lan and family Are respectfully in formed that the remains of their late esteemed Friend Ivy Vera Barnes will be interred in the methodist Ceme Tery this Day. Saturday the funeral leaving her late residence 117 Gaffne Street. Railway town at 2.30 pin. Arriving at 2.45 . J funeral notices oobert8. A the relatives Ano Jav friends of or. Und mrs. N Linberts. Of 105 Rakow Street Are St \ Pec fully informed that the is amino of their jute beloved infant son Ian David were peacefully Laid to Ren in the roman Catholic cemetery at 10.40 an. Yesterday. The Rev. Father Clancy officiated at thu to. Norman Woodman. Undertaker. Phone 223. 190 agent Street. the friends of or. D.1v Cox and family an respect fully informed that the remains of their grandson and Nephew Ilan David were peacefully Laid to rest in the roman Catholic cemetery Jit 10.40 . Yesterday i Friday. ? in memorial j in Loving memory of our be loved son und brother Ifred. Whu passed Nway on june 4. 1039. Unknown to the world he stood by our ? Side. And whispered loved ones death cannot. Device. To every Cloud acro a the ski he was our Silver lining. A deep and sadly missed by his Loving parents sister and Brothers. Nadilo. A in Loving memory of our dear husband and father and fut Hemn Law and Grandfather i Anton i. Whu passed away on june 4. 1942. We mass his help and kindly ways. With him we spent our happiest we miss him when we need a Friend. It was on him we could always depend a Champion mate. Of Good and kind. His equal on Earth we in never futo for each of us he did his Best. May god Grant him eternal re a a. A inserted by his Loving wife Sluva sons Petar and Matt aug to r-in-? Katica. And granddaughter slave. Noble. A in Loving memory of our dear wife and Mother who passed Woy on june 3. 1g43. Without Farewell she fell asleep. With Only memories for us to keep a inserted by her Hus hand and Loving children Brian and dam. in Loving memory of our deat daughter in Law Audrey Miriam i. Wiljo passed away june 3. 1943. I always so thoughtful having and Hind a Beautiful memory left behind. A inserted by her Joving Mother and father in Law. Noble. A in Loving memory of our dear sister in Law Audrey Miriam who passed away on june 3, 1943. Whatever else we fall to do. We never fall to think of you. A inserted by Stella. Grace. Gladys. Jim. Tom. Ted and Leslie. Wren late of broken wifi. A in Loving i memory of our dear Mother who i a med away in Sydney. June 3. 1943. I a inserted by her Loving daughters i Rosa. May and Ethel. I Wren Loir of broken Hill i. A in fond i remembrance of my dear sister so i Bel. Who passed away june 3. 1943. I a always remembered by mrs. F. daily truth saturday. June s 1944 broken Hill co0per9tive building societies to members of All co build a -1 ing societies of baled in the above i named association Are respectfully add Vised that the funeral Oil the late wife Ivy Vera Barnes of the chairman of directors of the association. , will leave her late residence i Noah they Street at 2.30 . Today arriving at the methodist Cef Nefcy at 2.48 . ? i. A r ? ? c. B. To Kins a rotary. . Women s Branch. Al members of the above Sninch Are re 11 Quested to attend the funeral of their late vice president Ivy Vera Barnes leaving her late residence. 117 Gaffney Street at 2.30 pin. Today. Car leaves club room it 2 ? Nydia Edes Hon w a Silver City Leni tie swimming club Elf Emberl of the above Are reoueslkd1t1 to attend the funeral of mrs. I. V. Barnes Moth fear it our member mrs. E. Murdock. Leav Rig her late residence 11? Gaffney 6treet, railway town. Today at 2.30 pin., 1 of the methodist ? cemetery. R. J. Moun Byj Secretary. Hous Vives association ,. -1itembers ? of the. Above Are re Quested to attend. The funeral of their late. Member Ivy Vera Barnes leaving her late residence 117 Gaffney Street. Railway Tom at 2i30 . For the methodist cemetery this leaves Drys a at a 1p.m. I r. Williams secretory. Our airmen abroad what a Maleng vision some people have perhaps the most appalling of All is that evinced by those who in Australia have seen fit to impeach by letter our airmen who Are serving in Britain. They have sent letters to these men. Telling them that they should be de fending Australia against the japs and impeaching them because they Are not. Such impeachments Are based upon the very crudest ignorance or they i emanate As Subtle propaganda from australian fascists. They Are pernicious in the extreme. They Are poisoned arrows aimed at i some of the Cream of the defenders if j the United nations men who Are More than defenders. They Are engaged m a perilous offensive to break the Mili tary Power of enemy no. 1. We say enemy no. 1 not because the nazi is a greater enemy than Japan but because Japan would be a very secondary enemy indeed if the armed might of Germany were broken. The chief struggle today is against the might of Germany and in this struggle australian airmen have won and Are winning Fame. They Are engaged in tasks that Are brimful of real peril As they take the sky and Roar their bombers and fighters Over the Ether ways to do Battle against. De fences the construction of which taxed i to the limit for a decade the Engineer 1 ing skill and capacity of a vast nation Bent upon the Conquest of As ally Atid this All while we slept no More Brilliant Page will be writ ten after the War than that describing the courage and service of australian airmen in England. Some have fallen in the fight and there Are Hemes in broken Hill that still mourn shelf men who have played just this part in the struggle. ? they entered the service of Ai Ift Thalia and her allies to go where ordered in the service of the United nations. They surrendered their right to hive a surrendered it to the service of j the cause that binds the Allied Nat Lens together. They pledged them selves to baulk at no Hazard whether it was against this foe or that. They chose to give up their right to a say in their own lives ready to do or die that we May be secured against the Black death of fascist slavery. And some so called women in Australia Safe from bombs and Bullet. Have had the uncouth temerity to write insulting letters and Send White feathers to these men who. In defend of our common cause have lost will lose May lose or will Chance to lose their lives every Day in the Momen Tous terror of the Allied air offensive. It is difficult to believe that any of these women have done this without evil design. They should be dragged into the open and exposed for what they Are. Australia abhors them and honors its fighting men who Man tin planes of. The Allied nations. Death of mrs. I. V. 1 Barnes the de the occurred Early yesterday morning of a Well known and highly respected resident of railway town in the person of mrs. Ivy Vera Barnes at. The age of 47 years. Deceased was the wife of Alderman e. J. Barnes and a born in Adelaide. South Australia and came to broken Hill As a child. Beulig educated Here. She leaves a widower and in adult family of three daughters met Ames a. Huxtable. W Binneta and r. Murdoch und twi sons. Messes. George and Albert Barnes. Raaf. Deceased was a foundation members of the women s Branch of the and held the Posi tion of vice president. In mrs. the women s Branch had a member whose personality itself was a big Factor in the maintenance of Concord and Effort it is not too much to say of mrs. Barnes that she carried unan irilous and deepest respect. In the Days of the unemployment crisis in broken Hul mrs. Barnes was one of the most Eam Cut and hardest workers securing and arranging barrels of cd tiling and necessaries for the needy. The funeral takes place today. Leaving her residence. 117 Gaffney Street. Rail Way town at 2.30 . The interment will be made in the method list Semeh a. Fred j. Potter. & son have Chart of the funeral arrangements or. Davidson s j gratitude or. M. A. Davidson writes i. Wish to convey my thanks and up a Mcclation to All of those in the co bar electorate who supported me at the re cent election. 1 naturally feel greatly gratified at th4 result As i take it As a Vot of Confidence. R have no feeling of prejudice against those who did not support of vote for me. And i will always Endeavor to prove worthy of that Confidence that a j been so Long reposed in me ? Flowers 1 fresh Cut Flowers always available at the Flower Garden 542 Rhu Denite Street Norman Woodman undertaker vyi8hk8 to notify the pub lot that he has taken Over the undertaking business lately con ducted by Tom j. Mallon. He also wishes to Nolty the Public that he is Stu can Yang on Bis joinery work estimates free for High Clara joinery Glass doors triple Box frames Etc note the new address 190 Argent Street after 5.30 ., 123 Williams by phone 223 night and Day Tilsley s special half cabbage. 1 la. Pumpkin. Hal celery. One Bunch Spring onions. One Bench radish. 1 la. Quinces l la. Eating apples. ? the lot for 2/6 local beetroot. Tomatoes. Bananas i0d. La. Quinces. Apples. French Means. Tomato soup preserved apples plums. Quinces. Bring your own bags and baskets. Razor Blades. Spice flints Lor a Lettera. Tilsley a 99-101 oxide Street Telephone no. 41f. Rationing commission new ration Book Issue today saturday and tomorrow sunday where the issuing centres will lie the same As last this adv Rise year wherever pro curable the exact locations of the centres Are shown below. Ment concerns to you. Cut it out is ii a Between 9 . And 5 . Continuously on full ? saturday 3rd june and sunday 4th june. For reference v obtain a new clothing ration card and food ration Book Atwo any issuing Centre each British subject civilian 14 years of age or Over or alien civilian holding an alien registration certificate must produce either in person or by an agent 1 civilian identity card which must show the Correct address or alien registration certificate and 2 old ration Book see below if unable to produce old Book. Separate Lothing card and food ration Book note that the new Issue will consist of 1 clothing ration card and 2 of Iod ration Book. Make sure you receive both documents before leaving issuing Centre. 3 different classes of food ration books will be issued a Black a for persons 9 years of age and Over at 30/6 44. B red a for children under 9, and 5 years and Over at 30/6/44. C Green a for children under 5 years of age at 30/6/44. Children Appl Lettson for ? new ration Tarduni Biinte. In for m or Julih subject child under 14 Beira ? ave or for an alien Chatt not Semi Ilner an Allen registration certificate must be my do a a Parent or Fuard Lan who must Procura either in Pera a or by an agent a the civilian identity card a alien Refl traction Cert orate Parent or guardian b tie child s eld ration Book. No Parent s or guardian s declaration form la Teea a. Wherever practicable the new ration cards and books of children under 14 Yeara of ate should be collected by parents or Tua Diana or children. Where this i / impracticable fe.?., children in institutions Etc the new Katlun card and Book May be obtained by the head of the institution Etc., stun production of the child s old ration Dock. Babies z ? Yonne cold for whom anime Iii. Oren Najr Junt 143 cation Beok has net been obtained or for whom a special red covered ratan Book with food coupons has been issued no use Wui be made at its inc centres but the Parent a Cardlan should apply to the Deputy director of Kaiui inf for the new ration card and look. Collection by agent sir Jik personally at s ration Book Stu in Centre a ratio card and Book May by cult cited by Fenu an Aisne must produce on behalf of the person for whom be or she is acting 1 civilian identity card or attn leg. I Spratlen certificate j 2 old ration Book. No form of authority for agent is necessary. The civilian identity card and the new ration card and Book must be banded by the agent to the owner a Early As possible. Collection by Post a Iii approaching maternity or Ming More than s Miles Frem the nearest issuing Centre. Us Are unable to attend personally an issuing Centre and unable be arrange far collection of your ration card and Book returning officer for your ration card and Beuk. Application must be made on form which is obtainable at Pelt offices and the applications Mast be accompanied by 1 your civilian identity card 1 your eld ration Book. 1if you cannot produce your old ration Book if you cannot produce your old Rattan Book Yoa must Complete a farm Bra enable at issuing i ration card end Boll to my a la to a to tha ration Book issuing of flyer when applying for your naw i if no identity card if you have be identity card or by re lost it Yoa Mast Eye by. Immediately for same to your divisional returning Birer. If you Are an Allen is years of age and Ever and hate no alien registration certificate a have lost same you must apply immediately to year nearest Polica Tita liun.,. Change of address it yen have changed your address other than t�2k pm rally and have not completed a form in relation thereto you should a Vita in a form c.r.4 from any Host Offir and Complete sane. Replete pm Allen Llu in Isje should i Tiiu Tho neers St ? Pallee station Aatu change of addicts. Ii member before a new ration card and Book can be obtained you must produce your 1 civilian identity card if 14 years of age or Over with up to Date address or alien registration certificate if a registered alien and 2 014 ration Jook or application form rg.5. .1 issuing Cumuli a Iii it Ati of Hooks / i the issuing centres it Wilch the new ration cards and books will be pro curable in the ? / of lowing sub div Sloas saturday .3rd june and sunday 4th june Between the hours i / j a ., and 5 pin. Each Day Are a ? i i broken Hill sub division broken Hill shop Corner Argent & oxide streets. Hilib1de, Burke Ward Hall. Oxide j3treet, Barrier boys brigade mall. Thoma6 Street West Thomas Street Church Hall. Broken Hill North sub division broken Hill North. Public school. Argent Street North Fontaine s Hall. Morgan Street Public school. Silver Street North football Hall. Broken ii1ll South sub division broken Hill South. Mechanics Institute. Broken. Hill railway Towk wills Street infants school. ? Burke Ward Public school eur abalone sub. _ division eur abalone Public school Ere Meran station store. Eur abalone West Public school. I Lunnia Johnson s Resl m Dence. It. Hope Public school. Roto Post office. Taller Una old 8tore. Ivanhoe sub division Ivanhoe Public school. Kaju Lijah residence. Tyranne Springdale Home Stead. Trina school roam. Darnick Public school. Meni Dee sub division Meni Dee court House. Bindara Homestead. Henley station office. Karb station office Kina Luno Public school. Sayers Lake Walling room. Slamannan Rogers Resi Dence. Kale Entha Loop school room. Mil Parinka sub division Mil Parinka Hall. Taboo Burra court House. I Oon Carie sub division poo Carie Post office Cut hero office. Lisa thur Homestead let hero Hall Morara school room. Wallow Point shearers quarters. ,. ,. S1lverton sub. Division s1lverton, Public school. Torii Owanee sui1 / division / Corona station of Floc Topar tent. Westward Downs office. Went Worth sub. Division Wentworth court House. Ana Branch Hall. Burona pubic school. Cal Lal. Hall. Coom Kalla Public 8chool. Curl waa Public school. Gol vol Public school. Mullah Mullah Lake Vic Toria Ollice Para East woodshed. Pomona Public school. Lupus River Post once. White Cliffs sub. Division White Cliffs Post office. Larkins old hotel. W1loannia sub division Wilcannia court House. Annalaro school room. Baden Park. Homestead. Emsdale. Homestead 91 mile bore bore hut. . Public school. Dents do is in 6 res Winter Ira station of ? ?

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