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HIGH SCHOOL DILEMMA FRANKSTON APPLICANTS 120 ABOVE CAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
HIGH SCHOOL DILEMMA FRANKSTON APPLICANTS 120 ABOVE CAPACITY. Mr. Smith, Headmaster of Frankston High School, advises that a preliminary estimate.. he has prenared from returns con tributed from schools in the area concerned, show that -there; will be 250 new applicants for en rolmerit at the Frankston High School from the beginning" 9_othe new year, and that number is 120 more than the school can absorb, despite- the-:fact that .the conver sion of an- Army hut. has pro vided, two. more class rooms at the school'.
RAILWAY APPRENTICES WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
RAILW '1ý' .T-. 7 WANTED : Within the next 10- years the Railways propose embarking on a vast rehabilitation programme costing £80,000,000. -It includes the provisions of hundreds of 'new Steam locomotives to - be built locally and overseas, the importa iion of Diesel electric main line locomotives- and : Diesel rail muotors, . and huge quantities of equipment. The worlks . programme, -"on which it is proposed to spend more than £40,000;000, provided for a new underground railway, new stations, the electrification anlld duplication of.: lines, reconl. struction of bridges, and impidve ments to railway yal;ds and;:lavel crossings. This post-war recovery plan, the nmostjextensive bf its kilnd in Australia, will offer wider scope for young, trained railwaymen than there has been for very many years. The ViLtorian Railways are uri gently if need of additional staff. They are now seeking 184.SDpreii tices for the metal, woodworking and electrical trades. Traing. wll start on January 16, ...
The Standard. children's club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
- h ldren' s een nnig so maniiy peiallS~ I6 oui' u Cards lately ?that I have winted, ho it is :h6t :ry.l6iig': since . i received a fresh er of .entone, wins ".'ell Me gaili,'i by Cdedily, Finin, for her 's, ofmpetition This bookj which: has been translated from ns bout six stories.. I hopie yout like' "yur prize-, ,,Lorna. eard on the radio a record :called, "Sparkey"'.r ."Spikey's Magic ovely record, and I am .sure it would urge 'you on ;to practise RUT'H.. ,e who look so busy wouldn't get much: ause, if you look closely, you will see nothing in their hands. See if yoiu can. word the name of the tool each. should sly hard one is 5 ACROSS, so we will wer to that one is ADZE - a wood-=. sw you do the rest. Send .your ent?y?i forget your name and address!
FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
FRANKS TON PLAZA . COMING "H-ITS" The Golden.. West, during the pionieerlhg) da.ys of t'he 1870's is the colorful setting for the clash ingd actio:patcked: drama, "Black Bart," :Universal-International's Techlicolor' production, which 'shows at the Plazaithis Thursday, Friday and- "Saturday. .iYvonne;De Carld, lovely young star, dainces lier. 'Vay in reckless abandon' as a: .glaumorous adven tiuress.', Her mal0 anpeal is per fectly 'obvious, and her effect on he'? co-stars, Dal' Duryea an0'd Jef frey Lynn,' is notewyo rt y. SDuryea. and Lynn are in the oles.. of. partners' in (rhne, and while, the.' audience can hardly conldollte'crinie, `it" can apipreciate clever, -suave : and good-humored iriterlpretations 'by :the pair of bad .Tle :splendid supporting fen tulre," "!Thiat Hhagenr Girl," tells a dramatic. -story. of two pitted against "idle. gossip. The girl grows up under a-i cloud of back yard gossip, theeie being a mystery surrounding her anitecedents. As the girl:'grows up and...
Let's Write a Letter TO THE NATIONAL THEATRE, MELBOURNE. Dear Fellow Australians, [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
Let's Write 'a-LetIer - TO THE NATIONAL THEATRE, - ,. "..- MELBOURNE. Dear. Fellow Australians,; The: efforts which -your organisation is making to establish. National Drama, 'National Ballet, and National Grand Opera' deserve tlE?:ustilport bof the`'people for"whose benieflt these. -things are 'planned. For: a good 'mainy years .the drama-side of your work has been carefully' developed at your intimate, if cold, theatre at Easterni'Hill. Today, parts are taken by young Australians who have- learned, the. art at the Nat.' Some of them show great promise. Ballet :,is being staged now at the Princess Theatre. Whilst'one misses the' brilliance of some principal ballerinas of the past the effort is splendid. Ballet cannot be built up in twelve months. Today's performers" are real pioneers. It vill take 10 to 20 years for Australian.National Ballet to be come famous -- as it will. Grand: opera is to be staged ati the Prihcess soon. Previous seasons have been fairly successful, and the; p...
Home Magazine The Standard [?] REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
·- 0 Io )" 9flqate 4._ Dick and Joy he Headlines ' ? i that the average run of Austialian, ticularly the would-be-funny type - don and hit the headlines ? What or the overwhelming Englishtsuccess. entleys and the Joy Nicholls ? oi with the is - must ed monsters n Melbourne g the cabled From Here." all up Bob al Lashwood, Dorothy Fos n. Well, it's f script-writ a different dience. ' expected to a dog at a, og performs present, the by reading lines in the lbs him. script-vriters ing else but is not the Here, script to be "all ,o the main plays a big ' ag factor is of the Eng nce. eglish broad igh as Aus . That little ently by a cer. And he hs are more the B.B.C. B. The Eng customed to medy. have no dif e Australian k Bentley in live shows. . Many times spasms are es, their per endent upon little known ustralia. But onor of being amine called emember it?. Joy and I, 1t investment. p all existing "Jackeroo Joy"' .discs and set' a match to 'them. They're danger ous to the reputation of a...
PIONEER WINDOW AT "STANDARD" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
PIONEERI. WINDOW AT "STANDARD" A "pioneer" window, containing historic : articles .and photographs of early;- Frankston, district; .is.,at tracting, widespread interest at.the "Standard:i office in Playnd Street. Many interesting ,exhibits .in clude a stool -made.from a whale's backbone;; on uwhich Polly ;W?ellS, the: first white ..child bor' .on the Peninsula,;: was nursed by an. abo. riginal nurse .;he window is ble ing add~edto at intervals by curios ibrought in by residents;
ABOUT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
.nulllhl b i, Cr. Station has rng" sixi M 55Sfr;; asi aunt; M, SrtJeetm Sdo'Par ne 0on Saturd0, .'TioYsble h the :suk o herei the hoad 5eain mu~ch be'siC Cr . Frankston on ing woe aIng in Al this bseek to T4j'5 "'hemp had remained the hoaw ing nill undergo $Sn'n Hill, "aleore in d The ehpet b ston insa. AMr. Wt J law, Mr. sent from t day. holitear th A bheen di period: ties his Ma spee MAr Wf L. the ovhar . thi, 'ee his parents, home slite The engag of MPargret ter of lrs. I wood, to Ge snn of mtr. peas Highway; The ihist C. P..Gsnlsldel T. Dudley Hay ronsultant, is titloners Is lth myelitis. Mr. Stan Poultrymen ton, is holida with Mrs .Mr. and have retirned. ing as enjoys Dandenong Mr. Geow Secretary; and daughter ed from a m0 Mr. and Ms back in weeks' holiday hoped.the tPp improyement health.. Mr. Tome of Franksthon about againf successful ap the Comm For two a A. J. -Dyer and Mrss i Frankston. H in charge ol sion Station tS just eid ith Rev ler, . Rev. Ardleim 1wd trio whos half ...
SOLDIERS DAMAGE YACHT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
SOLDIERS DAMAGE YACHT On Saturday evening a'party of soldiers; from Balcombe Camp are alleged to have interfered with and. damaged'a yacht, owned by Mr. Carl Thurkell, whichlwas on the sands near the' water, and without sails. The , soldiers pushed the 1boat into the water and skylarked with it around 'the pier. The police were called,- and it is understood the soldiers have- agreed to pay the ~amount of damage donemto the yacht
FRANKSTON PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
.IRAN-tSTON PRE,-SCHOOL. CENTRE - The president 'and comnilttie aire very gratified at the success of; the street ..stall held last .FrI day, -when .thea suns : of £22 as : alsed Wi::lll; all: who helped either :Iby. thelr ;gifts -or patronage, or ac tually .fian?ing the stall, please accept obur sincere -thanks. : .Vinners .of ,Competitions : Su!n :day Dinner;:?Mri's. :Pay, Beach St.: Juniper, ': Mrs. Aarons, Sheridan Avenue.-.-. '" Annuial :;Appeal: PreviouslY acknoledged,. £107/0/6; Dir. .F. R. Vincent;: £1/1i/-; total, £LOS
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
KRITCHIES :: OF. FRANKSTON LICENSED 'GROCERS ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE They are o°;'perating on. the new Reduced Retail Price List for Wines; Write an asked fdr the Revised -Price List "TRUE VALUE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE" ,= need to buy .new . Lounge Suites or /n Our proved modern cleaning proces on the spot in your own home restores your furnishings like new. Iq LOUN E 1 t'RPET. CLEANING. SE RVICE ? o ire //079 211 BUIRE - RD. lA i ' I1 f 1 ' lIELRAY STORE SUMMER SALAD SPECIAL -- COOKED HAM, CORNBEEF MEATS, ETC. ALSO LETTUCE, ,TOMATOES, RADISH, CUCUMBERS, ETC. SPHONE 22 OPPOSITE STATION HANTON$ PHARMACY BAY STREET, _- FRANKSTON oD?is~ it -.PHONE 606' PAINTER AND DECORATOR S R. GIDDENS : te;. of Briwood).. JOYSTREET, FRANKSTONy k~c~s ~ap~S os~ I Oa~' · r ..
lemorable Occasion [?]and Jubilee Celebration.[?]rlimentarians Eulogise "Frankston Standard" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
rei.iq'Jle Oeeasion . .lianentarianas Eulog iSe 9r iikstoxl Standaird ' Sweek of the "Franklston Standard"- wias Sconclusi)lI with a celebration at the lloc, on Frilday night. Directors, staff, (nI Council representatives for. the area t. tendo , antll Ilost, enjoyable evening Istinclion for a newspaper to be able to year of publication, said Colonel R. -S. Ire offered his congrntulations, to ."Tihe 0on of this the history dard" were and Editor Mrs. Trait; ard News (with Mrs. nd Mrs. A. luded Col. (dent (Cr. Carpenter, (Hon. C. . Gartside, (Hon. W. eggatt. Toast, pro of Direct an, J.P.), oposed the Celebrate," ndard" had t of the its sixtieth pers were id while he heir birth th-rate was MAN uence of the a?l Lincoln the "Lon ost powerful art from the Wicklham or of '!The that Public d by -the and good Y and large rotnent. uburbas anu yed an im development E PfFSS n functions: e??; (2) to right setting ground to resent views 'unction. the hat.was not ,s at 'all. "The Standard" was a m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
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The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
'GE 2.--THE STANDARD, Thursday, October 13, 1949.. E EDITORAL EA 5 PAGE coEA . Editorial Thutliday, october 13, 1949. We repeat; .here a commenrit made some months ago. We :feel doubly entitled to do so because this paIper for a long time advocated the ' bioaidcasting "of 'Parliamentary debates. This paper's editor has long, since urged its introduction in his radio broadcasts . ..... .The ben'efits -of this-:service are being marred by the un seemly, behaviour and, the inane' and discourteous interjections of a handful` of members. Their:. conduct - persistent and studied-wouid cause .themto 'be thrown out of any well-con. ducted ;meeting. Because the .imeeting happens to be our National Parliament should.:not prevent them being treated inthe:way theii':codiduct merits. ": A niost noticeable .feature of these broadcasts is that when .the .Right; Honorable the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. R. G. bMenzies) speaks ;he' is heard: in-.silence - Labor members observing an unwritten law. ...
SPRINGTIME BALL[?] St. Francis Xavier Function Delightful [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
SPRINGTIME BALL .'StS. itFrancis Xavier Function Delightful Delightful, in every way, and one of the best dance functions held in Frankston for a. long time, was the Springtime Bal lette held last week- at.th'e:iMechanics' Hall; under the aus pices of St. Francis .Xavier ,Church. A near-record crowd danced joyfully till. the. early hours of. the following morn ing to the captivating melody of: Smith's Orchestra. The' function was splenrdidly •conducted under the direction of Rev. _Father Brace, and an en ergetic - committee, with . Miss Charmaine Moore as ticket sec retary. Mr.. Ray Downie officiat-' ed as *Master of'Ceremonies.; The first .thing that impressed. itself on patrons, on entering the hall; was the beautiful 'scheme of decorations, with choice plants and' blooms arranged' profusely, but artistically, round the win dow boxes, mantel, and.. almost the complete area of 'the..'stage,: with spaces left. only for the, musicians. The' programme of .dances . in: cluded many nove...
NEWS AND VIE[?] FROM FLINDERS CANDID[?] YOU CAN TRUST LABOR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
FROM Ei FLINDERS AN? ~~A~ll 0 YOU CAN , TRUST LABOR' .Last week, your Labor Govern Ijent suffered a ;setback in. its efforts to bring you the free medical benefits for .which. you asked at- a referendum. some, time ago;. This is the third time within a; few. moiths that the: Chifley Government schemes have met with legal opposition - the pub lic ownership of the banks,, the control of -prices, and now free medicine. Each time, the legal decision lias:..given great pleasure to the .wealthy sections of the community. Each time, the Chif-. ley Government has met the re verse by coriduct which is in the best traditions of democratic government. " Progress With Stability. - A Government with a construc tive policy.;.for the benefit: of the people is always,.reaching out to meet newindeeds and changed con ditions. The" Constitution. repre sents the., ideas of: able,- cautious men whotried more than a genera tion. ago, to secure in one written document,. all 'the benefits . of.-the democra...
GOLF DAY MENZIES HOME FOR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949
GOLF DAY MNIENZIES HOME FOR BOYS. Members"' of the Victorian Ladies'. Golf Union are invited to support the :Associates of the IPeninsula Country Golf Club, -Frankston, ,'with- .the gymkhana they are holdiig ' on Friday,' Oc= tober 21..Proceeds from this day I are to aid the funds of the Men zies Home for Boys, Frankston. In addition to golf events, there will' be bridge,'- and tables may be booked 'at 5/ a corner, includ ing afternoon tea, lby ringing Mrs Duristan, Mt?iEliza 325. SMdrningtea anid luncheon will b? 'availableULalso. cakes, produce, 'well-stockd;:d work stall, . and manry other 'attractions. Monthly Meeting; The next :monthly meeting of the Menzies Home for Boys Aux iliarjy will be. held at the Home ,next Thursday, October 13, at 8