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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

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Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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NEW BOWLING CLUB FLOURISHES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

NEW BOWLING CLUB FLOURISHES About 70 members attended the first annual meeting of the Gran v.ille Bowling and Recreation. Club. The President, 'Mr. Geo. Pil grim, welcomed the Patron, Mr. W. H. Lamb, McL.A. The balance sheet for the first: six mohths of operation disclosed a credit of £1,198. The President reported that ar new green was under way. Trophies lad been donated by Mr. Dave Todd, Mr. A. McAl lister and Mr. W. H. Lamb,. M.L..A. Officers elected were: Patron, W. H. Lamb, M;L.A.; President, G. M. Pilgrim; Vice-Presidents,. F. Claybrough, H. M. Lane, D.. McFariane; hon. secretary, N. H. Jones; hon. bowls secretary, J. Davidson; hon. treasurer, W. Pittman; delegate N.S.W. Bowls. A.S., E. Clout; representative N.S.W. Bowls A.S., J. Witter; green supervisor, G. M. Pilgrim; auditors, Mr. C. Schumack and Mr. E. Sydney; chairman, house " committee, D. J. McCallum; in vestigation committee, A. Brooks, A. McAllister. General Committee: R. Arnnes ley, J.: Arunde]], L. J. Gazzard, R. K...

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COUNCIL O.K.'s CHURCH STREET PARKING BAN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

COUNCIL O.K.'s CHURCH STREET PARKING BAN Parramatta City Council has agreed to a complete parking ban in Church Street, fol lowing a conference with the Chamber of Commerce, Road Safety Council, and repre sentatives of the Tran port Department. Delivery .vans will be per mitted to stand outside busi ness premises while discharg ing goods, subject to a time limit set by parking police. Parramatta District Hos pital Board and the Park Trust will be asked to make available certain rportions of their properties for the- es tablishment of controlled parking areas. Land in Fitzwilliam Street is expected to be acquired f4r a road widening scheme, and areas to park cars pushed off the main street by the parking ban. Council will., survey other areas in search of suitable land for more car parks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

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APPRENTICE INJURED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

APPRENTICE INJURED Stanley Houghton (20), Short Street, Parramatta, suffered a fractured thigh and concussion when his motor cycle was in volved in a collision with a .truck at the corner of Fennell and Sorrell Streets, Parramatta, last Thursday. Houghton is an apprentice compositor employed by Ctun berland Newspapers Ltd. Parramatta Ambulance took him to Parramatta District Hos pital. His condition' was reported to be satisfactory. Workmen at Parramatta City 4ounic:1 depot are- preparing a steel bus shelter for erection in Darcy Street. The City Engineer (Mr. W. C. Andrews) told 'Council last week that painters had commenced work on the shelter, but roofing material had not yet been de livered.

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TENNIS COURTS FOR PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

TENNIS COURTS FOR PARK Parramatta City Council is con sidering proposals for the estab lishment of tennis court in Par ramatta National Park Following a recent conference between. Ward aldermen and re presentatives of Parramatta Granville Hardcourt Tennis As sociation, Council has referred certain matters to the Local Gov ernment Department. Council is. uncertain rabout it legal position in the matter, be cause the park is not under its control. Moves for the financing of a loan for the courts may be made, if the Department considers that Council can proceed with its pro posal.

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BAN ON TRACT STREET SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

BAN ON TRACT. STREET SALES Members of Jehovah's Wi(. ness religious sect have been banned from selling literatu;r on streets in the City of Parra. matta. The City Council last week r fused to allow sellers to opera, on streets in Parramatta, Gran. ville, Merrylands and Epping, Council some time ago com. plained to the headquarters t the sect about members selljin literature in the City area with. out permission. The Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society told Council that ministers of congregations in th% Parramatta district would ask permission to continue their activities on public thorough. fares. Council merely "received". an. plications from Ryde and the Western Units of the sect.

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DOUBLE CELEBRATION FOR PARRAMATTA LASS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

DOUBLE CELEBRATION, FOR PARRAMATTA 'I ASS .,The coming-of-age party given recently by Mr. and Mrs. F. Dilkman, of Harold Street, Par ramatta, in honor "of their only daughter, Pauline, became a double celebration when the guest. of' hoiidr's engagement to, Mr. Leslie Jefferson,. of -Kefghly (Yorks., England), was an ?,unced during, the evening. Pauiline chose for. the occasion a: gown. of broderi' Aniglais and silk tulle over taffeta in -a beauti ful shade of ice-blue. Her two tiered birthday calve, made and decorated by 'her mother, Mrs. F. Dilkman, was iced in the same shade of blue. :On behalf of the 130 guests who attended . .the. party,, held at Northmead Hall, IMr. Harding ex tended congratulations and. best wishes to Paulixie -and to her fiance. A feature of the evening's en tertainment was provided by Mrs. Gee, of Moore Park, with a bracket of songs.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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CHURCH CAN USE COAT OF ARMS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

CHURCH CAN USE COAT OF .ARMS Parramatta City Council will allow the Baptist Church Cen tenary Conmmittee to use the City Coat of Arms on a special book to be published during the church's centenary celebrations. The committee, however, will not be able to use Council's superscription. Church celebrations will corn mence on March 31, next year, and will end on April 22.

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SOCIAL SPOTLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

SOCIAL SPOTLIGHT MISS MARIE la VARRE, now appearing in .J.C.W.'s "Annie Get Your. Gun" at the Sydney Em pire, has advised Parramatta Muscial Comedy Company- that she will be present for the final night of "Bitter Sweet" at Par ramnatta Town Hall next Friday. Miss la Varre said she feels ex tremely fortunate in being able to catch the show, as "Annie" finishes only the previous night. Proceeds from "Bitter Sweet" are being donated to Parramatta, Police-Citizens Boys' Club, .and a presentation of a cheque will be made to. Inspector Ryan when the show closes its successful five-night .season on Friday. Ashley's of Parramatta are giving an .informal dinner party for the Sydney manne quins .takin?-g part in their "Sun 'n Fun" -fashion parades at the Town Hall next Tues day . ". ./ "to "help the girls feel quite at home during their short, stay in Parra matta"' Alan 'Toohey, who will compere 'the show, will also be present if radio corm mitments allow. +. + Parramatta Home Service Clul wi...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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COUNCIL HELPS WORTHY CAUSES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

COUNCIL HELPS WORTHY CAUSES Parramatta City Council has donated £25 to Parramatia Musical Society. Council . will consider making a further donation when the Society's balance sheet is pre sented. A donation of £10 has also been made. to. St. John Ambul ance Brigade, Granville Divi sion, for work done by members at Granville Olympic Pool dur ing the summer.

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Christian Science Churches [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Christian Science Ch.urches "Spirit". was the subject in all: Churches ;of; Christ, Scien tist, on .Sunday. The Golden-"Text .was The fruit of ,the. Spirit is love, joy,. peace, long-suffering, gentle ness,. goodness, faith, meek ness, :temperance: against .-such there is no law.. Gal. 5:22,_ 23. The . following passage from the Christian. Science Text book, "Science and Health with Key .to. the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: Spirit -is the only substance and' conscious ness recognised by divine Science. P. 278.

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LUNCHEON FOR BABY SANDRA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

LUNCHEON FOR. BABY SANDRA The Ladies Auxiliary of Parra matta U.A.P. branch will hold a luncheon at the Methodist Hall, Macquarie Street, Parra matta, between 12 noon and 2 p.m. on Friday, September 1. Admission is 2/-. The luncheon is one of a series of functions being organised in aid of the Parramatta. branch's entrant in the Popular Baby competition being conducted by combined U.P.A. branches, of Sydney districts. Parramatta's candidate is Baby Sandra Walton; 15-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walton of Grose Street, North Parra matta. Other U.P.A. branches spon soring entrants• include. Bur wood, , Concord,. Drummoyne, Manly, and North Sydney. The baby competition is to raise funds for the building and equipment of "Melrose" home for orphan girls, now under con struction at Pendle Hill, which will, be opened officially in March, 1951, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the United Protestant Association's child welfare work. "Meliose" will house 30 children of school age. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

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Auspicious Debut Of Musical Comedy Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

Auspr Iou ss. 'uDebut Of Musical 0Comely Co. Parramatta Musical Comedy Company's first production, "Bitter Sweet," must be acknowledged, foremostly, a personal triumph for leading lady, Ila Brown. Playing the difficult principal role of Sari with imaginative sympathy and dramatic con viction, Miss Brown gives a warm and vital portrayal, thoroughly delightful and unques tionably "stealing the show." ILA BROWN Noel Coward's delicate and sentimental operetta was an am bitious .undertaking for an ama teur company, and the finished production, which opened for a season of five nights at the City Hall last week, is a notable achievement, both. for the pros ducer, Mr. Len- Gotting, and the entire company. Costumes, scenery,. lighting and stage arrangements are all first class; so is the music, under the direction of Mr. David Grouse. In the leading male role, John Delaney. gives a sincere and c6nscientious performance, but .:is uifortui ately miscast:. and tends to take the whole thing too...

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CONDITIONS OF SCHOLARSHIPS TO THE KING'S SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

CONDITIONS OF SCHOLARSHIPS TO THE KING'S SCHOOL Below are the, conditions governing the award this year of scholarships at The King's School, from the J. D., F. C., and V. S. Futter Fund. There will be Four Scholar ships, to be known as "The Violet Macansh Scholarships." Each Scholarship will be awarded for four years and will be tenable at the school. The tenure of each Scholarship will be subject to the conduct and progress of the holder being satisfactory to the Headmaster. The Scholarship may be ex tended by the Council for any period up to a further three years, upon the recommendation of the Headmaster. The awards will be made by the Council to candidates under the age of 14 on the 1st Febru ary, 1951, adjudged by the Head master and the Executive Com mittee to be most fit and proper to receive them, having regard to their birth, upbringing, char acter, education and capacity to benefit from the award after taking into consideration: (a) The result of a qualify ing examination...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

-Elton Ward Studios. ROMANTIC moment between Rose Marie (Nancye Granger) and Jim Kenyon (Allan Garner) in Parra matta Musical Society's production of Rose Marie in the City Hall on September 4, 6, 8, 9. Parra matta District Hospital Maternity Wing will benefit and bookings can be made at Johnston's Music Store, Macquarie Street, Parramatta . (UW..9602.). Intending debutantes de siring to be presented to the distinguished guest of . honor, Rear Admiral H. A. Showers, C.B.E., at the Mayoral Ball in the City Hall on October 13, are requested to immediately _get in touch with Mrs. Turto n, UW9802 or UW7703.

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CARDINAL TO LAY CONVENT STONE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

CARDINAL' TO LAY CONVENT STONE Cardinal Gilroy will- lay the foundation stone of the new Con vent school in Calliope Street, Granville, on October 1. It is hoped to have the build ing completed within a year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

PARRAMATTA BRANCH . McKay's Hall,.. 42 George Street, Parramatta, Opens on the 28th August to Teach: ACROBATIC - BALLET - TAP DANCING By Special Arrangement with the Tivoli Theatre Manage. ment the School will train girls and boys from the age of .five for ACROBATIC DANCING SPECIALITY ACTS, ACROBATIC BALLET GIRLS AND BOYS for the TIVOLI THEATRE Special Adult Classes After Business Ho.urs. Enrolment and all information at McKay's Hall, 42 George Street, Parramatta. BETWEEN .12-2 AND 4-6. UW 7042. -MANY PRIZES ' Great Achievements Traced to "CROWN" BRAND FLOUR "Well aware of' Nature's law that like pro duces like, the discerning cook entrusts the responsibility of' producihng QUALITY GOODS to QUALITY FLOUR. His good judgment steers him away from the" hazards of dearly bought "bargain" pxoducis-p-leads Shim to. invest in the only flour he can afford to':buy--th'e BEST. .'ilisTo-day; after careful search and compart. son' thousands of cooks find complete satisfaction for' their valu e -...

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VETERAN BOWLS PRESIDENT TO RETIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 23 August 1950

VETERAN.. BOWLS ? PRESIDENT TO RETIRE Parramatta bowlers, next "Saturday evening, will hold their :annual meeting, a fea ture of which will be the re tirement of the president, Mr. Bruce Ramnsay, who has graced the office-:for 12 years. Mr.. Rimsay, has ·..given., the ctlub, great :service; 'and,:it isi rea isedltthat: the .one. who: succeeds, hbuimn',will have no ,:easy'.: task ~in; minaintaining- the standard- set by him. Socially and as a player, Mr. Ramsay has worthily up, "lheld "the traditions of the old club, and it is pleasing to know that as the new patron he will 'still 'have ari official interest. in the . club's affairs. Nominations for the vacancy created by Mr. Ramsay's retire ment are Messrs. H. W. Rowan and; F. E. Ewart, both compara tively . young men. Mr. Rowan recently achieved a club record, having.. served continuously, as club treasurer for 19 years. The: record .in this :respect was pre viously held by the late Edwin Ellison; who. was treasurer for 18 years. M...

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