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C.W.[?] GROUP CONFD[?] DROMAN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
GROUP COla The Peninsula ence will be hed next Tuesday, 16I a.m. A bus will le Station at 10 ana ston members. Dromana branr tea and sugar for An all-day d toy-making will Frankston C.W\A day, 25th Augut t ing-day of the F Members of tl Branch of the C Association, tho s the Peninsula Gra to be held at Dro day, August 16, a please note that the 10, a.m. from Members provide lunch; Dromana provide boiling ea uAnr. all-day demo aoft-toy making dl light of the C.WNAAl A cheery letter I al who is vuibr read at the last i from another embl frey who is visiea A meetingot Committee d r will be held ng? August 17,
MENZIES' [?] FOR BOYS[?] ANNUAL [?] CELE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
MEND: FOR B There µ"l tons at trhe on. Saturday 6 the Purpoee mOrmtry of Menzies, Birthday. the Home. the fututi boys to OeeC General C Auxi ary, it day for all t. 'Ihe Pro a aeonster e. a bi boni play. At the Tea. (Mr. J. L. 'er day rake, a"o cratulated a;r pIeople and dtce 1, for all Q tere doinr fo At the r cor works displaye cccrom ittee,, a entertained at ous and educio There are Hore. Bari; year totalled !ft lng accounts, a 3d. and 6d. etr All Boys ltappl. Proof the hap at the Home u; fact that the h the only similr Victoria from e ran awray duri months. Great progress during the year Gymnasium Cot, and the boxing A St. Joihn i wwas fotermed at dfs day. 3leornicgaion loe The aeMointe in conjunction ir ton Band, will ri ant Sunday Aflf ington soon, in d1 The same band sf a visit to the rT
PRE-SCHOOL ANNUAL MEETING Tribute to Retiring President [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
PRE-SCHOOL ANNUAL MEETING. Tribute to Retiring President Features of the Frankston Pre-School Centre 4th Annual Meeting held at Mechanics' Hall, on Monday night, were glowing' tributes paid to Mrs. Allan Taylor (President resignedi and Mr. Allan Taylor (Treasurer-resigned) for sterling work done for the Centre since its inception. The various reports showed marked. progress, both general and :-financial.,. Miss Griffiths, visiting Guest Speaker, gave an itdtersting address. :Cr:. Reardon represented the Shire .,President (Cr. Klauer) who'-is ill,; and occupied the chair. At .the ommencement of the meeting; the retiring President (Mrs.: Allain Taylor) welcomed visitors. inicluding Mr. W. Leg gatt' (Chief Secretary), Mrs. C. P. Gartside, Dr. Meredith, Miss Griffiths _(Guest Speaker) and Crs.. -Rea don, Grice, Fowler, Hirst .and -Pratt. ": Mrs. Taylor expressed regret at th ,illness of the Shire Presi dent. ' t SIii:the :course of her compre hensive:; Ainnual Report the re tiring -pres...
COMBINED R.S.L. SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
COMBINED R.S.L. SOCIAL - Franlston R.S.L. -Branch and Ladies' Auxiliary will hold a combined social at. the Soldiers' Hall 'on 15th August: The secre ta"r would - like. to :see a "bunm per"-: attendance :to ,'make this eveninig-' al big success.: The Social Committee -has ar ranged a very 'entertaining' pro granmme, with Wicke's: Orchestra supplying the music:
The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE FEATURE COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
_ _~r T C O1r·LigL~· *t~l~r.. Thursday, August 11, 1949. The Bill introduced into the Upper House by the lion. A. M. Fraser to- extend the franchise should be carried unanimously the?re arid later in the Assembly. In' this year Qf grace surely there is no one still alive so conservative and nineteenth cen tury in outlook as to want to continue a system of voting which is a blot on democracy. The Bill only extends the franchise : to another section of the community, which is not enough, ::but tunder the circumstances should be accepted as a step in the iright :-direction.- As this paper has said many times, siiuely nion who \vent- away to fight- for this country earned the right to cast a vote for the Legislative Council. This Bill will give them this long-overdue ,privilege.
FRANKSTON HOSPITAL FUNDS WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OBTAINS £115. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
FRANKSTON HOSPITAL FUNDS WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OBTAINS £115. On the representation of the president -(Mrs. J. B. Jolly) to Lady Murdoch, Frankston Com munity. Hospital Women's Aux iliary has been, successful in sec uring for the funds ofthe Hospi tal, through, the' kindness of Sir Keith and Lady 'Murdoch, the sum' of---£115/3/4" from- the 'Sun News .Pictorial "Apt; Titles Con test" foir charity. Last Saturday inorning, .iMrs. =Jolly received from" Sir ::Keith' Murdoch a. letter conveying .that information and :tating- that- help to ,the Auxiliary be extended ,when possible.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
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YOUNGER SET FRANKSTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
YOUNGER SET FRANKSTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL At a meeting of the Younger Set Committee held last Sunday at Mrs. Johnston's reridence, 87 Gould. Street, arrangements were finalized for the Gala Dance to be hold next Wednesday night, August 17. Cook's Orcheistra will contribute the music, supper will be provided, and v\arious novelties have been arranged. On. Saturday, August 20, a Vaudeville Night will be held at the Mechanics'- Hall, and among those who xwill contribute to the programme are Radio and Tivoli artists. Seats may be book ed at either Stockman's or Tay ler's Estate Agen'cy, Bay Street. An All-Day Fair concluding •:.'ith a Dance at the Mechanics' Hall is also being organized, and arrangements are being made for Market Gardenl Produce, and' Cake stalls. The date of this will be announced shortly. On September 22, a Ball will he held at the Hastings Hall, Hastings, and further details re garding this will appear in the next issue of this paper. The Youngers" Set's Annual Ball i...
Let's Write a Letter TO THE STATE TREASURER, [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
.. TTHE STATE TREASURER, - Dear Sir, In recent dcays Municipa Couiincils have recceived the bad iiews that: their annual contribution to the upkeep of the Metirpolitan; Fire Brighde hes -been increased to such a degree .as to be a cause odf- filiancial embarrassment .to many 1f, themi: Whilst this levy on 'Councils whose districts have beenl wholly built up .for many years may not be a burden, its effect on Councils in" the outer suburbs, where people are demaniding streets, roads, lighting, drainage, garbage ser vices, etc.,: even now far beyoiid the ability of Councils to meet,. hiemmed in as- they are by their taxation powers, this Fire Brigade levy is a body blow which should never have beei 'delivered. With fire risks reduced t- through the type of building construction today compared with buildings of yeairs ago, resulting in' feiver claims being received for fire damage than in those far-off days,- it would appear that the burden should be removed from Councils, and placed wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
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[?]LLENGE TO FRANKSTON CITIZENS! [?] Support for Civic [?]ement Deplored [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
HI.ENGE TO FRANKSTON CITIZENS! f Support for Civic ement Deplored t le usually rally when a call is sent forth for -for movements for the betterment of the ely enough, the support which: has- been ho are trying very valiantly to form a Sil town is nothing to blow about. In fact, it is inting. The organisers have made splendid. ring the general apathy shown. They have'L ces of a very capable bandmaster, they have player, but they badly need more money, e good cornet player. ting here what dialloc a few a move was and. Those or t at first found fact, their's was ask-but event rt began to in lendid ladies' rmed which or local shows to the boys, and nd played. Now niforms, and a combination - t already they lace in a num tests. Every out hich demands a" the services of and. In addition, e the band gives "Music for the supported by alists. ly needs a band. It is not setting an impossible task tc secure one. Generosity on the part of those able to afford it, and the discovery of a local c...
General Grimwade Memorial Clock APPEAL REACHES £51. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
General Grimwade Memorial Clock APPEAL REACHES £51. The following additional drona tions have been received. fdr the General Grimiwade. 'Memorial Clock Tower appeal : Prev. acknowledged: £13 13. 0 .Mr. W. Alp 1... 0.0. ":.."`l-.0 ..0 E?st.' late Andrew Wal. : ker ; 01- 0 .0 Mr. Robert Walker :. 0 '10 0 Anonymous. . 0 0 Frankston, Agricultural . Show 2:- : 5. . 2 . 0 £51 18 0 •All donations, should, be- for warded to the honi. treasurer (Mr. G.' G.Austin, Bay StreetiFranks ton), 'or.:the -hon.:isecretary .(Mr. G-:_.?C. 'Pentland .' Shire Office
EDUCATION WEEK [?]NTS' DAY" AT FRANKSTON SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
UCATION WEEK NTS' DAY" AT FRANKSTON SCHOOLS the programme for Education Week (August 14 ), the Frankston High.School is holding a Parents' t 18, when the school will be open for inspection n. onwards. In-the latter portion of the after programme, representative of the musical, physi ity side of the school curriculum, will be pre itation is extend ts of present and to attend, and, r and staff will be lcome all citizens e school and the of our commun y" will also be ar lFrankston State her schools in the trict. eek has for its ostering of a com t in the all-im s of training our for useful partici fuller life of the hool life today is an the.processes of iments of the cur hrough their many schools seek to give opportunity of con some way to the the school commun ists and the states democracies have hat the responsibil on is not solely the e schools, but that d the community importantt p inart i he true ideals' of Week seeks to aintain the interest 0 forces in our it is hoped that the n...
RUTH'S MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
SRUTI'S MIAEL BAG. Dear Ruth, - I am not sure of this week's competition. 'Choosing a Hat." but I think it might be "Beonic." I hope you ire in.the best of health. I am sending in a drawing of the lady looking at the hats in the win low. - Yours sincerely. Brian .VIurphy, Gould St.. Frankston. Dear' Ruth, - I would very Hiuch like to join your Chilldren's Club. I am sending in this wel: 's competition, and I think it the answer is "B?dnic." I am very fond of reading the Children's Page. - I remain. Nora Pearson, McDonald St., Mordialluc. Dear Ruth, - The pup I 'sent you "a photo of has had seven pups, but only three lived. They are. black in color with white paws. When do'you win Special Honour Cards, as I have not won one .yet? Well, I . must close now, as it is- time for tea. -A member of the Club, Lorraine Dixon, Childers St., Mentone. (You win a Special Honour Card when your entry is orig inal or very neat. - Ruth). Dear Ruth; - I wish to join your Club. My naihe is Suzanne Blak...
ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949
ABOUT PEOPLE Miss -C. Watchhorn (Nolan Street Frankston), a member oI the Shire Council staff, was on sick 'leave when this issue went to Press. ,e The Shire President, Cr. \. Klauer is experiencing ill-health His wide circle 'of friends wish him speedy recovery. Mr. Fenton, of "The Crest," Frankston, son of the Hon. J. E. Fenton, is progressing favor ably. at his home, after having been severly injured when hit by a car, in Melbourne. Mr. Ernie Hosking, of Kars Street, continues to please .his relatives and friends with steady progress.