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GIRL GUIDES HOMELESS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

; GIRL GUIDES HOMELESS Frankston:Girl. Guides had in tehded to conduct a .bazaar and 'dog show ini aid of the State wide fund to build a Girl Guides' Hdeadquarters in'" Victorii;' In view of ,the polio epidemic it was not. considered wise to con-I gregate crowds of young people at a bazaar. Therefore a 'Mile of 'Pennies" will replace the baziair,. and -will -be conducted this Saturday, October 15, in.the stre'ets *of Frankston. The Girl Guides" Headquarters Appeal has been -sponsored by the. Lord ,Mayor.. . : ' I

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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YACHTING WILL BOOM 12-SQUARE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

:YACHTING WILL BOOM : 12-SQUARE CHAMPIONSHIPS AT FRANKSTON W?ithin" a~' dlple of weeks sialing:= v.ilRcoiumence in the liay. Yachtsinen are busy with last-mninute jobs to fit' their craft for, a strenuous season. Frankston will start the season on thel Eastern shores with Opening 'Day on Saturday, 20th . October. 12-SQUARE 'CHAMPIONSHIPS Apart from the interest created b3 clubs on .opening days, added interest will be given local racing by the holding:df the Victorian 12 Square Chlampidnships at Frank ston .in December. Elimination hieats for the Aus tralian" championships in Hobart will also be: conducted in conjunc tion with the Victorian champion ships. It is -expected that ap proximately 20 boats of this class will compete. .Franksto ;Club -will be well re Sresented by at least half a dozen boats. - ' Blacki ?Rock -Club has added seven more =boats to -its already large fleet, andi yachts from this club will .take a good deal of beat ing. : Eastern Shores' Association -A. meeting...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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CARAVAN FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

,'CARAVAN , " IIB?` E:? . ? . A family .of Balts lost their en-. tire belongings: when a caravan in which they,.lived was destroyed by fire on Saturdy :night, in McCon ville's'. ?iCrrivai n': Park,- Nepean Highway,' : Seaford.: -Frankston Fire. Brigade effected 'a good saved -of. :other :.carayans in ;the. park. ::·.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON PHONE: 360 You CAN Get Delivery of -AUSTIN Cars and Trucks ORDER NOW. . DELIVERIES: A40 SALOONS, .......... Approximately 3 months. A70 SALOONS ........ Approximately 4 months. UTILITIES ............ Approximately 2 months. HEAVY. DUTY, 2-3 and 4-5 TON TRUCKS. ABOUT SIX WEEKS FROM DATE OF ORDER. Now for the new AUSTINS SEE- . FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 Dandenong Road, Frankston. Phone 55. We Don't ;I7 Broadcast It ! ! But we find things out ! ! i CO RBETT' S (Late "A.I.F.) Advice Given Free on Secret Divorce investigations. Missing i 'Friends Tracedsand Found. Persons Watched :Day and Night 317 'YCOLLINS/ STREET Cent. 1552 McQUALTER SCHOOL SDressmaking, Cutting, Designing i CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY Mechanics' Hall, Frankston Hours: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 'FULL ,PARTICULARS GIVEN AT CLASS Ar * 4

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CARRUM GIRL'S 21st HAPPY PARTY TO MISS PAT CLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

CARRUM GIRL'S 21st HAPPI'Y I1ARTY TO .MISS PAT CLI EMEINT In .the:.. Ma'qnic Hall, Frarl iton,. Miss. 1PatJ Cloiment?'`vas given a most ddlightful- ?Prt?Iyy:lher parents,, Mr: and rs C W cliieet of Carruit, . to -mark tie. occasion of lier 21st: blirtlday. The hostess;' Mrs. Clement, w ore a distinctive.:gown'io0.f blatck,,silki moracain ' with: a haindsoni-el beaded bodice and 'scalloped lieckl line:: Pat looked 'sweet in rAlice Blue silk.taffedta, witlih asilk net oversktirt in bouffa't style, with barnations 'adorning her nutr brown curls. a . .Guests came from far and wide, And all had a lively, happy night. :Thld Obast' to the guest of honor was imade by Mr. Tom Turner, of Langivarriin, and Mr. Clement made a suitable response. MIiss Pat herself made a charming speech, thanking her parents and till those present for the, lovely evening and the many fine gifts, irhich. were admired by all. The tmusic was supplied by Yates' Orchestra, of Dandenong. The 'capable M.C. was Mr. H. Mc...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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[?]OKER [?] Hawthorn, at [?]orn. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

Hawthorn, at orn. d. Woodley, 57; st to Johnson, 1 lost to Hud ) 113 d. Prim 412 defeated liathern, at 86 lost to. L er (F.) 127. Yn3(F3 ) .I04 "v]Kenzie' (F) i389~ ;,:~

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The Standard Dandaloo Opening on Sunday, October 23 Rain Causes Postponement of "The People's Music" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

I:~|l~ i|||llll lllllll jI lll IIIIIIII 113 1 IIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIH, . ODandaloo Opening on Sunday, October 23 : Rain Causes Postponement of "The S.eople's Music" It was liideed: unfortunate that rain, last Sunday, caused the postponement of what promised to be the most outstand. ing musical festival ever attempted on the Morningtn Pen insula - "The People's Music" at beautiful' Dandalo'o Gar dens of nature, Baden Powell Drive, Frankston. i1owever, .the organising com-i mittee have :arranged to proceed with* the same programme by. celebrated Australian artists, at Dandaloo on Sunday week, Octo .ber. 23. Hospital Band Effort This Sunday, : The concert ,.was. deferred fox-: a fortnight, to. avoid a clash with I a. band recital on the Fra'nkstoni foreshore, .this .Sunday, Oc.tober.: 16, in' aid of the Frankston Corn munity .Hospital. The Mornington City. 'Band will provide the band: attraction, under the .auspiices of -the .. Frankston , Community' Hospital Womeh's Auxiliary.. SOri. Sun...

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AMATEUR ATHLETICS FRANKSTON CLUB DOINGS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

AMATEUR I ATHLETICS :~: .i CLUB DOINGS (By ATHLETE") . The club holes . the follow ing .poients 'inay: be of interest. to' pros pective :'meinbers: and - their .'par I Frankston, like the ?,Victorian Amateur Athletic ','Association, does not place any undue physical straiun on. young.-members, all events being reduced and modified in accordance with.. tlhe member's age, ,The club is interested in all boys, either with or without ath letic ability. To the lad with ability, .we can assure that our expert coaching (Faunkston is fortunate in this respect) will enable.: the athlete to gain the full benefit from this ability-i-roof of .this being the three Victorian Junior Champion ships and five grade records gain ed by Frankston: during last sea son. For those with no :definite pro mise we provide participation in a healthy,. interesting. sport, with full use of clfb equipment, cover ing all events, dxcellent facilities for training at .the' Frankston football oval, and, the assurance t...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

"A" Grade f :ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR G. FARMER M.E.F.V. YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON, Opp. Sherlock ' S and Hay." - Phone: Fraiikston 50. Piivate : Frankton 642. .. DONALD. '?76 BA Y ST., FRANKSTON Phone 241 THE LATEST jr«e t t d ou to -. Overseas is a ri stylses MViethods; " in glasses that suit you. ,are Used y y H. SPICER S OPTOMETRIS'T AND OPTICIAN: .:.-- ST.;.? . •" .'"`nY,: " · .....i ' ;::: . . " and at 134 Foster Street, Dands'nong CARPETS FELTEX . LINOS NEW SHIPMENTS FROM OVERSEAS a Best Quality WILTONS and AXMINSTERS, Latest Designs PERSONAL ATTENTION TO ALL' INQUIRIES I 1114 HIGH ST., ARMADALE & 385 STATION ST., BONBEACH U 2479 Phones -- CHELSEA 85 OFRANKSTN R SERVICE. E ..0.E.. CO FRANKSER BEACH AND LEWIS SERVICEEETS . Phone : .703 U .... ` . a g a .g .gega g g- . g, ..XW 1161 PAINTER C CD EADING REPAIRS TOR. ..~E NEW. TYREDS (AND TUBES . (Late, Foreman H. Oliver & Son, Toorak) ':' AFIRST CLASSES OF DECORANSIP S SALISBURY STREETBEACH ND SANDRINGHAMEETS LAY ST. L...

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BOWLS FRANKSTON CLUB ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

FRANKSTON CLUB ACTIVITIES Saturdav as. ws? n iidea day for bowling, the green being in) good condition,; and weather perfect;' A large number'-. of' old and new. .members tfurned, out, and some interesting and keei'bowling.took, place. Four teams finished level and a play off was necessary. XVinners .were: R. Cummins, B. .ay 3,.. C. Willox 2, .J.'", W.' Sith'. " Bell. : senior vice-president, very capably repre.ented the pre sident at the opening: of-the *Rdse "ud Bowling .Green;: onr Saturday; the president -being. unable to niake the trip, owing to ill-health. Not only did Charlie make a gbod job. of. the speechifying; but his team,: comprising;: C. Bell, : .; Steel Wi':Bgower J ,' Akeroyd. brought:b?oe?: thie trophyfo: thef highest tsci oe;-the :Fa fternogn ;:,:,j

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GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

.GRAND HOTEL GUE&TS Guests at ihe Giand Hotel Fran ksto?r tlhis: week;?, i?ncluded Messrs. E. :: ichards, Callohani Porter,; ;and'1` !'otlieir.n memibers of Caltex Oil Co6i?pany, w? o wi?ere in Frankstoni for their annualtthree day' conference 0of` country ,repre sentatives. Other guests were. Mr...B Jury (Strathmerton),. Mrs. ;J. 'Edwards and daughter (South Yarra)?.Mrs; W. Gendre.,and.son (Ivanhoe), Mr. and .Mrsi.M. Cusack (South Yarra).. . r:

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GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES' PRESIDENT'S DAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

FRANKSTON. -MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES' :PRESIDENT'S DAY e. ipresident (Mrs; L. T. Pros ser )'looked. very charming in- -h suit` ;,?of'. green ., .. Morissee cloth with a. ':shouilder spray of Ch-istmas roses presented, to lher by :the committee; The clubhouse was beautifiully. decorated by the ladies;: The day was perfect for golf, and :lthe' clubs represented were Patterson River, Latrobe, Wattle Park, Sandringham, Ivanhoe ana Springfield. There were 'more than 50 visitors, including the president of the League, Mrs. Heinrich; vice-president, Mrs. McCann;.secietary, Mrs. Soward; assistant secretary, Mrs. C. Pike; and hahndicapper, Mrs. Gaskill. I The. winners "q the trophies presented by the' president of the club were: 14" Holes Gross: Mrs. Pearson ;(Spririgfield). Visitors' 14 Holes Nett: Mirs Priestley; (Patterson River.). Associates' 14 `Holes Nett: Mrs. R. Potton. " ` • :Nearest'the Pin: Mrs. C. Allen (FranlZstfn). Secret: Mrs. Wade. Putting: Mrs. Soward (Sand ringhani):

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NEW WINE PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

NEW WINE; PRICE" LIST.''": From tlielbeginining of: October many retail ':prices of wine have been i?educed.: Ritchies of :Frank ston, hlave available .a list- show., ing 'the. prices o.f thie niost popu: lar -lines fromn .their ,:large and varied stcks. . - .. : While a *more "detailed and elaborate: price`i list Uis' being" pre= pared Ritchies -,ake. :pleasedc --to .lave already available, the new schedule: to inake. it 'easy forr, you to .select ,the-wine or spirits .you like, at the price-you wish; to.pay. .titchies will be, happy to `post to- anyone in-;the Peninsula`: this New ,Price ::List. Every. line :included in .the list is. of good quaility` and :;value aind has an. established. reputation; :If your particular- fancy <is:not listed? ask us and We'imay:be able to :ro cure 'it-. - Ritchies?, own label. wines: ail: guaranteed'- and represent *excel-; ent -value.', ;The. wiries. :are sp.e-. cially` selected and brought direct: f'ornf, tihe vineyards--some: from, h...

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[?] CROSSWORD No. 47 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

CROSSWORD 7No, .4' ".7 ed etey b. 's name uor Id ric WN t dense nch uthor pears go pim _ phet tterns ned sea er 9to. an road oda yal Seup tchine ANSWER TO CROSSWORD No. 46 29. Fit 30. Wing-like 32. Complete 04. Cermaanrive 35. Protozea 36. Thine (Lat.) 38. Smoothly 40. Russiantown 41. Jap. gold coin la i 42. Save - .43. Bluckleg. 44. Supportz 47. Lair 'ON-NEXT WEEK

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

ford Theatre I Theatre-Phone: Chel19s 1$ TURDAY, OCT. 14 and 15 - DONALD HOUSTON in .BLUE LAGOON ,,for Geral i'xhibillon). - RICHARD CARLSON in.. BY NIGHT ? ,le for oneral Exhlibltion). rial, Fox News. THUprsDAY, OCT. 19• ai4 , : E - MICHAEL WILDING in IN pPARK ANE .. l, or. Gen r l i t i. " NELL - DINAH SHERIDAN i-n (R IN REVERSE puIb,, for lcneral xhIlibitionf). NEWS SATURDAY, OCT. 21 and : * ARD - DENNIS O'KEEFE i". A CROOKED MILE' AY NOREEN NASH in KERED COAT. ?table for General Exhbition. , SHORT, and NEWS AND SPORTS GOODS SHOP WITH THE BIG STOCK? - FRANKSON. Phone 450 -BEA^U SALON* PHONE 21r (MRS. E. DARK) Bu Terminus and Railway) ISTN-LO DALE ST., P NPENONG l AmLL P uERI.cTSa aY etQ M al', ? :W .-: .... . . ?l . . ettln0, aven Cam lniatlw - and Curly CutL a Speclalty .'.,. NA.TIVE . LANTS Somme f our native plants are much finer wvhen cultivated than when growing: in a wild state, and will: usually stand hot, dry conditions.. here'- aie some good things: s BAECKIA ,ELICATA, m...

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"TIS ONLY TOO TRUE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

"'TS ONLY T OO TRUE" A lot of people went to later than usual last Wedn-c:o? " night,. and some (inclding mnn : Who normally are early to r ern) rot until the small hours Thirsday." r - Lest a meter indicator .r" where in the echoing halls Nepdort power station has r. corded the increased cons"". tion of electric light in liundr.. of local homes on that night, "Frankston Standard," wh i ' feels responsible, makeg its a' logies to the S.E.C., though feel confident that the* "Swit 'Em off Commission" will a'" that a Diamond Jubilee is an 1Iasion, and a 56-page paper hopor.of that occasion; cannot h,, read in an hour or two. W1h?. a few watts in comparison!

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GARDEN SUGGESTIONS PLANTS AND FLOWERS AT THE MELBOURNE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

GAJUDEN $UGGESTONS (Jy J. W. Robis pS;i, of lthe ,Orgond plant F.m Pty. Ltd.) PLANTS AND FLOWERS AT THE MELBOURNE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL. SHOW There were no plants or flow ers at the Royal Show for com petition. The display in the Hor t"cultural HAl ywas made by .members . o)` fhe.:?Nurserymen's 4ssocitin wi , comprises most of ,the leading nurserymen of Victoria. A great variety of trges and l? f4u.yl.s w .displayed, s,vyell avg ?Oi.e OP o{t.i3e plants. isitgrs wl ave notived that qne ,9gf' he chief flowering plants theree was Azalea -Indica. This evergreen type of : Azalea is at :.its best at ;this time .of the year, pnd a w,.ell-.develo.ped plant Mp1 .es.a good splash..of color. Al though Azaleas: are. not suitable {fr av.exy Kind; of. soil--notably that which contains an. excess .of limne--there is -no reason why they .carinot 'be grown in recept acles stich as smriall tube or iron drums cut in half and the plants .put- into suitable `soil obtained elsewhere. They: axe not difficult...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

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"Standard" Jubilee Issue Caused Peninsula Furore Copies Sent to All Parts of the World [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

"Standard" Jubilee Issue CaUsed Peninsula Furore Copies Sent to All Parts of the World :-The,,:Dianmond Jubilee issue of "The Standard," published ii§t?:iveek to celebrate the 60th anniversary of this paper in the d-ll?ict and the Peninsula, catised sudh a furore amongst all SFranksitii ' line and Peninsula residents generally that several.: thdusahd extra copies printed proved quite inadequate to meet all demands, and applications for copies which cannot now be supplied continue to flow into "The Standard office from a spontaneously appreciative community to whom -the abundance of historic story and.picture of their "own belowv ed land" has caused greaf and lasting delight and absorb ine interest. Meanwhile, "The Standard" is beinig"almost overwhelmed with congi-atulations on what is gener ally described by readers as "a really woncderful. job." It is with a feeling of.pride and satisfaction! that we 'acknowledge this unso-' licited tribute. A doubly .pleasing feature is the fact t...

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HOLY NAME SOCIETY BREAKFAST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 13 October 1949

HOLY NAME- SOCIETY BREAKFAST At the. conclusion of S a.nm. Mass at St. Joseph's on Sunday morning the :men of the Holy Name Sbciety atteided a Commua nion breakfast- presided over"by the presideint; Mr: Maury. Following a delightful break fast iprepared and served by the girls of the parish (Father Bruce thanked them. on behalf of tile nien), those present. had the privil lege of listening to a brilliant ad dress by Mr. R. Santamaria. Mr. Santamaria congratulated the.?en. on their attendance. It was a most edifying sight in the Chu'rch. His. address centred around the dangers threatening Australia through Communism. He dealt, at length with the meth ods adopted to infiltrate unions,' and the treatment meted out to those, who opposed Communists within the unions. He said that, :ollowing the recent coal strike; some people thought theflight was over. Tbie :Conmiunists had cert tainly been' driven back, but they .were not beaten. : :'He iurged Australian workers to attend: their union ...

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