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Baby Health Centre [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

Baby Health' Centre' About 630 babies were treated at Merrylands:Baby .Health Cen tre during July, Holroyd Coun cil was told last .week.. Attendance included 22, new babies, the Centre Committee said. The Centre was open for 18l days during last month.

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Parramatta Draw With St. George [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

Parramatta Draw With St. George "The- unpredictable Parramatta Rugby League team lived up to its reputation by drawing :with the strongly fancied St. George team 15-15 at Cumberland. Oval on Saturday. The star-studded Saints could not cope with the speedy bril liance of Parramatta, who proved that the previous week's form was too bad to be true. Full marks go to the whole Parramatta team for their best display of the season, with every man playing his part in no un. certain manner. Trigs were scored by Wallace, Mann. and Trudgett, and Hobbs three goals.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

" RDRi L FRARIl - ...... R -- NOW N BEATTHE. PR E R-. ISE "WE STING HOUSE' Priced at £97/1-5/-, the "West S inghouse" is available in 2 models - electric or kerosene. Sizes` range from 4 to 7 cu. ft.- + capacity, -and cabinets are: mod - ernly designed and beautifully finished- in gleaming vitreous enamel. Payments of CASH PRICE -£9715'- - weekly I RI.TEMP- - CASH Features 2 large ice- . PRICE cube trays, 2 crisper. drawers, dessert and. 42'15' chill trays, and has :a hL capacity of 7 cu ft.. * The cabinet is ofmod- Only *. iil ern, attractive vifreous: ,. enamel. "Ritemp" is handsome and smooth .lined. :> Weekly ® . "FRIGIDICE" * Housed in a beautiful!y fin .ished cabinet of vitreous enamel, the "Frigidice",has a storage caplaeity of 5- cu. ft. Complete with freezer shelves and ice-cube trays, SPayments of U:~B% CASH PRIGE I '6 S88 gns. weekly .:Is T .RADE·tINS -ACCEPTED Trade-Jn your'?id ice' ?hest or- refrigerator as pqrt payment .on one of these modern .I refrigerators. I.. '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

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Rain Ruined Roads May Affect Sanitary Service [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

Atfecyt anitary Service Sanitary services in -some areas of Hol royd 'Municipality may be temporarily sus pended .pending .reconstruction of rain damaged roads, the contractor (Mr. E. C. Goodsell) has. told Council. "Every effort is being 'made to provide continuity of service1 to the areas," Mr. Goodsell said. "However, it is felt that with such an increasing mnumber of streets in similar condition, it will be necessary to bypass ser vices to these areas to prevent service breakdowns until con ditions improve." Mr. Goodsell said that Webb, Wright, Sturdee, and. Craddock Streets, and portions of Rich-, ardson, Frances, Monterey, ard Yeend Streets, needed repair "Webb Street is probably the worst in the municipality, and can only be, serviced on foot," M.r Goodsell said. Council's .Engineer (Mr. J. Mc Clelland) told Council that the streets mentioned were being repaired by road gangs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

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£10 FINE FOR STOLEN GOODS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

£10 FINE FOR STOLEN GOODS Eric Oswald Hill( 25), moulder, of East Street, Granville, was fined £10 by Mr. Brooke, S.M., at Parramatta Court last, week for having stolen goods ini cus tody. Hill pleaded guilty to having received two kerosene heaters, the prcperty of William Rowell Ltd., Granville, knowing them to have been stolen. Constable Martin,. of Granville Police, said in evidence that -?'en spoken: to . t hIr..home,: ill. ,,told him he still had one •ieater,.and had given the other to, a friend. :Beth heatcl~ had been recov o.'ed the constable said. Hiill told the Court lie was sorry' for his actions.

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MOVE FOR MORE TRAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

MOVE FOR MORE TRAINS Parramatta City Council has agreed to support Hargrave Park Progress Association which wants improved train services for re sidents living on the Liverpool line. The association contends that trains should run more fre Quently, and the time of jour neys should be reduced. It has .:been suggested: that trains should run non-stop from. Sydney to Lidcombe, when. ope?? ating on the Liverpool via Gran ville service. Liverpool and -Parramatta trains. now run non-stop to Bur wood during peak periods.

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ENGAGED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

" ENGAGED The engagement was re cently announced ' of -Mary Jean, elder daughter of Mr. .and..Mrs. R. E. Bruce, of Went worthville, to Ronald Stanley, younger- son of Mr. :and Mrs. S.: Parker,; of Parramatta...

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ENGAGED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews, of 13 Ada Street, Harris Park, have ,announced the engage ment of their elder daughter, Gloria, to 'Kenneth Ryan, youngest' son of Mr. W. Ryan, ,ona Street, Auburn, and Mrs. L. Wolf, of Granville.

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FOUR FINED FOR S.P. BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

FOUR FINED FOR S.P. BETTING Four mer .were fined a total of £90 by Mr. Brooke, S.M., at Parramatta Court last week on charges of S.P. betting, fol lowing 'Vice Squad raids on premises in Parramatta and Granville. All pleaded guilty to.. the charges. WILLIAM LeFOE (28) labourer of Isabella St., Parramatta North,. was charged with having ac cepted S.P. bets in the yard of the :Royal Etcelsior Hotel. He was fined £20. SAccording to evidence, LeFoe had accepted "double" bets of £5 to 2/- at the hotel. Senior-Constable Weber," of Parramatta, said that LeFoe had taken 60 "doubles" when he was arrested. GREGORY HOWLAND (43) assembler, of Clyde St., Grani ville, was fined £30 for having accepted bets at his home. It was Howland's secoro4 of fence this year. He was fined £30 at Parramatta Court in February on a similar charge. Constable Gaul .of Burwood, said in evidence that Howland had recorded bets of 1/- to 10/ at the premises. The bets were found in his possession, Constable Gaul added....

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HEADMASTER ILL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

HEADMASTER ILL The headmaster of Parramatta High School, Mr. G. Barr, re cently underwent a serious operation and will be absent from duty for some time. Latest report is that he is. progressing very well, although not - up to the stage of receiving visitors as yet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

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YOUNG PLAYERS SCORED HIT IN "BITTER SWEET" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

YOUNG PLAYERS SCORED HIT IN "BITTER SWEET" All the glamor associated with a first night was in evidence at the premiere of Noel Coward's "Bitter Sweet" in Parramatta City Hall, last night, by the Parramatta Musical Comedy Company. It was the company's first presentation, and players, pro ducer, and musical directori are to be congratulated. Stills .of the. players, and scenes from the play were *on display in the foyer, and at the conclusion of the .evening streamers, balloons and confetti thrown from the balcony and the stage gave a hilarious ending to a successful night. Ila Browp, as feminine lead, gave a delightful performance. She was ably supported by lead ing man John Delaney, whose stage experience was well in evidence. The remainder of the big cast did well. The play, was staged in an atmosphere reminiscent of the original production at the Theatre Royal. The original scenery and elaborate frocks and hats added their quota of charm. Twenty-two years' stage ex perience with ...

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DOES GRANVILLE NEED A DAY NURSERY? [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

'DOES .GRANVILLE NEED A DAY NURSERY ? ''Do you believe the establish ment of a District Day Nursery at Granville is an urgent com munity need? If so, the Rev. C. L. Oliver, Rector of. St. Mark's Church of England, Granville, would like to hear from you. The parishioners of St. Mark's are g?raduallyý .building-. in. Gran ville a: Junior' Civic dentre" for children of the district. There:is already a day kindergarten, with an. enrolment of 42, anl ani Oslo Health Centre which supplies. lunches daily to nearly 300 local children. The organisers are considering 'he establishment of a Day Nur sery, but require first the sup porting opinion of local resid cnts, to confirm the necessity for Lhis new community service. The Rev. Oliver will be grateful for letters from "Argus" read ers, -stating their opinions on the question. 'An appeal is-. also made. for daily helpers at the kindergarten,. and assistance with the" prepar ation of the Oslo lunches:z Anyone able to offer .volun tary help fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

AA~~ 'R .A Spring :'27 2 HUR CH ST R EE ' P rde 1BA- i, * u4 ».Parade of i1950 Newest SAnnouncing "A Spring Fashion Parade" Creations TUESDAY, AUGUST 29th Proceeds. Parromatta District Hospital e BOOýN GS AT ASHLEY'S, Ash-?ey. Ssun M FA ..o Spring and Summer Parade .of .eier fsrh ions, budget-priced! iCompere: Alan Toohey ' 'Modelled by Sydney's Loveliest Mannequins. ,1 Day-Evening-Beach and Sportswear at the Parramatta City Hall. Two sessions, Tuesday, August 29th. Afternoon 2.15-tvening 7.45 COMPERED BY ALAN TOOHEY. Bookings and Tickets at Ashley's. Afternoon 3/-, 2/-. Evening 2/6. Total proceeds to Parramatta District Hospital. REMEMBER THE DATE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 29th BOOK EARLY. NOLAN" BROS C. BIDWELL SNSPECIALIST IN Successors to McKay's. PAEL IN PANEL BEATING T THE CARA EON " & SMASH WORK GEORGE STREET, PARRAMATTA Special Gear for Handling (Opp. Roxy Theatre) Chassis Work. ru I A All Work Done to Precision. S HIGH CLASS Satisfaction Guaranteed. SCATERERS & PASTR...

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"Miss Parramatta" In Fashion Parade For Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

"Miss Parramatta" in .Fashion Parade For Hospital -Pretty Betty Ashcroft-"M1ss Parramatta" in the 1950 Miss Australia Quest-will be one of the mannequinr.s in Ashley's spring and. summer parade of "Sun 'n Fun" fashions, to be held at Parramatta City Hall on Tuesday, August 29, not August 20, as inadvertently advertised last week. SLeading Sydney model, June Dally-Watkins, will be featured, and others taking part include June Bennett. • Judith Frost, Gwen, Wilkinson, Dorothy Mc Culloch, Maureen Cooney and MVrs. Small. .Three charming little girls, Merryl Jones, Rita Watson and Azidrena Watton, will. show the latest in junior fashions. Ace broadcaster. Alan Toohey will be the compere. The. parade will show the lat est in day, evening, beach and sports wear, at two .sessions afternoon, 2.15, and evening, 7.45. Tickets for the afternoon ses sion are 3/- in the main hall (in cluding afternoorn tea), and 2/ in the gallery lounge; and in the evening, 2/6. in all parts of the hall. Bookings...

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POLIO CASE AT GRANVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 16 August 1950

During he past four weeks. one casetif poolionmyelitis was re ported in rthe City of Parramatta, the +.C4f. Health Inspector (Mr. ,.J. R;-Scott) said last :week:'i:,:, ,... The case was repoir±d jfoni Granville Ward, where two case of scarlet fever also occurred. There was one. case, of diph theria reported from Parramatta Ward.

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