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FOOD RESTRICTIONS (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
.FOOD RESTRICTIONS (To the Editor) Sir,-Your correspondent, Modern Economist is to be congratulated for so concisely expressing this evidence of modernity: destruction of food when millions are undergoing various stages of slow' starvation.. Such facts as stated are too terrible a condemnation of our inhuman eco nomic system, and are unlikely to be repeated on such a scale in the near future. The methed which is now be coming popular is that of Irestriction. By this means the anti-social nature. q our methods of distribution is less obvious. Even Australia, a land in its, early stages of .development, is now undergoing a struggle to resist, this latest phase of civilisation. I refer, of course, to the proposed wheat re strictions, If successful, we may con fidently expect such newspaper head ings as that quoted by the Dean of Canter'bury from the English press: Poland's Harvest Too Good; Severe Blow to Recovery. Unfortunately, no mention is made of what the underfed peasantry of Pol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
.Marshall's Drapery Store av Street, Frankston IEEP DRY AND WARM ee Our Sptcial Range f Warm Overcoats & aincoats at Special Cut prices for Men, Boys and Girls BEATTIE'S DRAPERY STORE FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILDINGS rossover Curtains, extra good quality in Pink, Green, awn Br Blue, 6/11 pair, Reduced from 12/11. IS SO GOOD . .1... AS FRESH BUTCHiERS' MEAT "" Consider your family's health and serve only good fresh n t mm and forget about preserved foods. Only selected BEEF, mim MUTTON, LAMB, etc., are sold here. ROBINSON & MARKS R.I .BUTCHERS, BAY ST., FRANKSTON. 'PHONE 214 ..Now -. . . . . . . I - . - - . PIES-R-LL HOT! AND SO DELICIOUS -'"c- TO TASTE that you have no need to W make Pies at Horme. For Meat Pies and Fruit Pies come to Bay Cottage UALITY HOME MADE CAKE SHOP (MISS JEWELL, Proprietress) . Plane St. Tel. 452. FRANKSTON. ANKSTON'S NEW BUTCHERY H. R. OODWARD & SONG 53 BAY STREET. Phone 225. arveyors of Choicest Meats at Lowest Possible Prices. ALITY CLEAN...
FORCED UNEMPLOYMENT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
: FORCED. UNEMPLOYMENT. (To the Editor.) Sir,-1 thought I had exploded the suggestion that "Socialismi is merely . sentimentntal dream." Most of us find that our dreams vanish into nothing ness when we wake, but your" corre spondent, Australian Youth, has dis .o, ered that Russian Socialism, whilst being "merely a sentimental dream," .uaterialises in (using his own words) the building of railways, canals. etc., whilst making tremendous strides ..c'th materially and educationally.". Your readers may gainl heart from '.his "discovery". that the fairy wand Mich hovered over them as they `slelt 'will some ,day "deliver tile nnods." When one considers the ban placed ln the free dissemination of literature in our own country surely we should be relucttint to condemni others for the suippression of free thought. considering that Russia is the most lemocratic country in the world, it is hard to understand how anyone could believe that there is a favored minor Ity as suggested by your corres...
BAXTER YOUNG FARMERS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
BAXTER -0- YOUNG FARMERS' CLUB Prompted 'by a lauda'ble desire to further interest the children in sub jects outside the ordinary school cur riculum, the head teacher of the local school (Mr. K. O'Brien) inaugurated a branch of the Young Farmers' Club, and the interest shown by the bholars was sufficient to warrant the institu tion of an advisory council, which meets regularly for the purpose of aid ing the pupils in the fulfilment of their programme. The combined ef forts of school representatives through the medium and commendable spirit of the shire council is responsible for the allocation of a portion of the Bax ter reserve being set apart for tree planting purposes, the commencement of which has been arranged for today. Projects are arranged monthly in advance, the next taking the form of a talk on the horse by Mr. R. Henry, whose knowledge of his subject is con siderable. Visits have been made to the nur series of Messrs. W. Griffiths (roses) and Brunning (fruit • trees), and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
NEW MENTONE Che?,k ham PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC ? Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY" Claudette Colbert and Don Ameche Midnight. suitable for general exhibition Also J. Carroll Naish and Lynne Overman Persons in Hiding Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Matinee Saturday, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Patrick Knowles and Rochelle Hudson Storm Over Bengal Not' Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Little Tough Guys Little Tough Guys in Society For General Exhibition. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Ann Shirley and Edward Ellis A Man to Remember Suitable for General Exhibition Also Edmund Lowe and Helen Mack Secrets of a Nurse Not Suitable for General Exhibition. CAR PARK. WITH ATTENDANT. FREE. THEATRE ARTIFICIALLY HEATED. COMING' SATURDAY AND MONDAY Gary.Cooper and Merle Oberon The Cowboy & The Lady Also Robert Taylor and Maureen O'Sullivan THE CROWD ROARS (Both films not suitable for General Exhibition) James Fitzpatrick's Colored Traveltalk, GLIMPSES OF MELBOURNE It is Your Aim ...
THE SILVER SCREEN NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
THE SILVER SCREEN NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. On Saturday and Monday Claudette Colbert and Don Ameche are starred in Midnight (for general exhibition), When a little gold digger turns down Mr Millions and falls for a taxi driver, blame it on to Paris and. midnight. Leave it to Claudette and Don and the swellest cast ever assembled for one glorious entertainment. The sup porting feature is Carol Naish and Lynne Overman in .Persons in Hiding (not suitable for general exhibition). For the first time .the amazing reve lations of the private life of the most sensational woman in American gang sterdom as told in J. Edgar-Hoover's dramatic history of America'p crime busters, Persons in Hiding. On Tuesday and Wednesday Patrick Knowles and Rochelle Hudson will be seen in Storm Over Bengal. (not suit able for general exhibition). Thrill teeming drama of India,-land of in trigue, romance, mystery, where gay daredevil British troopers defend a great colonial Empire. against. the sava...
TABLE TENNIS SEMI-FINALS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
TABLE TENNIS ----- --- SEMI-FINALS The second semi-final was coir pleted last Monday night and' resulte in a win for Church of England I. 11 the A grade and Children's Hostel' il B grade. Church of England, 11 sets' 460 ipts d. Diggers, 5/404. The Church wer in great form, D. Kennedy 'being 'bes with four wins. D. Ledgar had thre, wins, R. Bowes three, and S. Burnel .one. For the losers,' W. Johnson ani A. Oliver' each"had two wins. Children's ','Hostel, "10/436, d. Fir Brigade, '6/423 :'1 This win. was ver: popular, and they are to be compli mented on their" flne sportsmanshit Fire Brigade_ only had three player, available, and the Hostel team sport ingly allowed one of the players tb play twice to make a full team. Next Wednesday a handicap, A ani B grade, is to be played at the Churcl :tohelp.raise funds for the church. i large entry was deceived.' During thi night a challenge doublesd match wil be- played.
MUNICIPAL GOLF CLUB CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS BEGIN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
,,MUNICIPAL GOLF CLUB CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS BEGIN ,-,The first round of the club char pionship" was held on August 20. :Although the weather was storm and -wet, -a splendid field compete but. the scores were, naturall higher than would have been t1 case if the day. had bben fine:. Stan Davis leads the field wil -38--41-79 and his was the only cai *below' 80. In the B grade field, Jack Robli returned a card of 87, thus winnii the day's handicap with a nett 6 This also gives him a great' leg ,forj.,the .aggregate handicap. Detailed scores are as follow: A".,Championship:. S. Davis , 79, . Artis 84, P. Holding 865, R: Artis ' T. 'Heesom 91; E. Davies 92, :J. .H per 96. B Championship-. J.' Robins, Bennetto, K. Lovitt 87;. L. Prosgor, R. Dundon 89; 'F. Hill 90, J. Rowbury 92. R. Zenner 94, W. Johnston 9Ei, J. Gloury 98. Handicap--J. Robins 87-24-63; R. Zenner 94-25-69; J. Rowbury 92-20-72. The second round will be played on August 27 concurrently with the usual handicap. The draw for play ...
FRANKSTON PROFESSIONALS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
" FRANKSTOON PROFESSIONALS The Frankston Professional Cycle Club conducted a 20-mile handical on Saturday afternoon from. th&lt; council chambers to Tyabb and back. The Matthews brothers secured the honors of the race.. ..,Results: T. Matthews. 1, A. Mat thews 2, R. Matthews 3. Fastesl time (unplaced), J. Savage. The club will-hold a dance in the Soldiers' Hall on Thursday,- Septem her 21.
Balnarring Win in the Mud DROMANA DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Balnarring Win in the Mud&' *;; DROMANA DOWN ' AFTER a month of wet weather.the Balfnarring ground presented a very dismal picture for the Balnar ring-Dromana engagement on Satur day. I Neither team was at full strength the'l6cals' being, without the full forward, 'Alan Anderson, who, was in jured and "Digger'! Waldron full back, who was ill. Dromana were without Bert' Aust (ill) and .George McLear. The ground was in a very wet muddy state and cold.heavy rain in 'the seond half' nade things even niore dismal. B lnarring,; as usual, quick off the niark raittled up five goals before the visitors got going. Dromana fought ,back hard -in -the succeeding three quarters but the early lead was too much and Balnarring won' a hard fought game by 14 points. * Good football was out of the interesting tussle. Balnarring al peared to have a little in hand all daS Morris gave a very creditable dih play of °inpirin?. Final ý0eores: -Balnorring 8-9,. Drc mann 6-7. ... . - i .. • ?Goal-kicke...
Somerville Again? [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
I Somerville Again? AT the time of writing there was i definite rum6r that a protest woulh be lodged 'by Hastings-Tyabb agains the playing of a Mornington man. Should the protest eventuate and be upheld it is possible that Somerville may yet compete in the final matches D fDAlI TtCLlTRATT
Spotlight on the Semi-Final "Critic" (Frankston) writes [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Spotlight on the Semi-Final S"Critic". (Frankston) writes:T THE 685 people who paid £37/2/1.tC .watch the first:se mi-final at' the Frankston Park saw ah exhibitiodnbf football much below the.usual stand ard of finals in the Peninsula League. A gusty cross wind early Jin, the game which increased in force in the latter 'stages,' with showers of rain, inhde c6nditions difficult; but was not wholly responsible. for the dull and scrambling nature of the play. There is no doubt that better football has been seen in the junior division of the League this year. Hastings-Tyabb supporters saw few of their team reveal anything like their true form. In fact the Kirton Medal runner-up for 1939 (Bert Wilson) and Ray Denhhm, one of the most youthful and promising players in the senior grade were the only ones who impresesd consistently. The Blues showed flashes of system on two occasions in the last quarter when Mornington were too far ahead for them to overtake. It was the brand of football tha...
CYCLING FRANKSTON AMATEURS BIG EVENT TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
I CYCLING 5 -0- e FRANKSTON AMATEURS "" BIG 'EVENT TOMORROW Tomorrow (Saturday) at 2.30, p.m a combined. race 'with 'Chelsea Ami teurs ?'will take place over a 37-mil 'course from the Plaza TheatrE Fi 'ahston. through Cranbourne. Dat t denong'.and Edithvale and finishini on the, Melbourne road, near Olsen' garage. A large field is expected. .Donors of trophies are-Mr Turne of. A.M.P.. Mr Mansour, Playni street; Mrs McDonald. Bay street and Mr Talbot, Plaza Theatre. Fraul
Rosebud's Easy Win [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Rosebud's Easy Win. ROSEBUD completed their progran of home matches on Saturday las when they entertained Hastings Tyabb. The visitor's team was a ver, depleted one. Rosebud also were onw man short. The match opened sensationally Rosebudfgot the knock out, the bal was swiftly passed to Alec Lacco wh&lt; with a stinging shot at long rang( scored the. first goal. It would b( hard to describe the rest of the gam( as there was only one team in it. The first quarter ended with the score:- Rosebud 7-12, HastingsTyabb 0-1. The second quarter was a repetition of the first and at half time the scores stood:- Rosebud 16-21, Hastings-Tyabb 1-4. The visitors realizing that 'further play would be useless they decided to withdraw with the scores as stated. Rosebud now have to face the Navel Depot, and as they won the first match at 'Rosebud, well, who knows, they may win again at the Depot. Goal-kickers for Rosebud: R. Ragg (4), H. Downing (3), Alec Lacco (3), C. Carter (2), M. Freeman (2...
Mornington Trounce Hastings-Tyabb In First Semi-Final [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Mornington Trounct Hastings-Tyabb In First Semi-Final MORNINGTON completely out classed Hastings-Tyabb in the firs semi-final at Frankston" Park o01 Saturday last. As a result of the wit their premiership prospects have beei greatly enhanced. Hastings-TyabI forwards" were completely over shadowed by Mornington defender! and as the result little scoring wai done.' Even whfen Hastings-Tyabb ha( the advantage of the strong wind the failed badly. The attendance was most satis factory taking into cdrinideration thi inclement weather conditions, rail falling during the match. Field u?mpire Allen had charge o: the contest. Through amplifiers a 'commentarl Sof the play was given and prior to th, comniencemdnit of 'the-match 'the tw&lt; teams' were announced.' The sam&lt; service will be at Mornington thii Saturday for the second semi - fina between Frankston and'Sorrento anc advertisements' t 5/ each' are re quired.'' ' * Hastings - Tyabb: L. Mentipla5 (capt.), V. Lothian, R...
Frankston & Sorrento At Mornington Tomorrow Both Teams Confident [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
Frankston & Sorrento -At Mornington Tomorrow',. Both Teams Confident if the confldence of both teama on the result of.the' econd semi final "at Mornlngton tomorrow sl an Indication of the match, a great struggle between Frankston'and Sorrento should be seen. A.ter a disappointing 'display in th first semi-final, Peninsula fans ca look forward to the clash betwee these two teams at the' top of the 19 as a game that will produce the high eat standard of football. Sorrento is buzzing with excitemer in anticipation of the match, and r! gardl'aL defeat of Frankston as a ste towards the 1939 premiership. A prc minent Sorrento player said toda: that no alteration wouicd be made i the team that defeated the stroni Somerville side two weeks ago. Thi full team practised strenuously thil week. Heavy going is anticipated at Morn Ington, and Sorrento fancies theiF chances under those conditions. Frankston Iplayers expect one of th hardest matches of the season,. bu have no doubt of the r...
EXHIBITION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
SEXHIBITION MATCHES. Football follodwers will have the op portunity of seeing the Association type of game, featuring the throw; pass, at the Frankston Park at a date to - 'be arranged after-'the -Finsula; League finals. Two prominent Association teams will play and allow local fans to form their own opinion of this 'much-dis cussed rule. Prior to this -fixture 'a match be tween a combined Peninsula League team and a team of Melbourne League players will be seen in an exhibition match. Dates of both fixtures will be an
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 25 August 1939
LAWN MOWER REPAIRS Send your Lawn Mower to Us and have it repaired by experts. Cutters automatically ground and set. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Snare Parts for All Makes Stocked. Your local carrier will pick up and deliver. C. J. WHITE & SONS PTY. LTD. HARDWARE MERCHANTS Established 1892. 362 PO.ST OFFICE PLACE ME'LBOURNE (Little Bourke Street) Phone: C 5096-7. PLAZA THEATRE FRANKSTI Phone Frankston 407. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 26 The world famous dancing team Fred Astaire and 'Ginges Rogers in a sparkling romantic comed, CAREFREE : " *.-'"::.': " *? " For General Exhibition .. f i Warren Williamn and Virginia Bruce in Arsene Lupinl Returns An exciting mystery. (Not suitable lor general exhibition) A Walt Disney Color Cartoon, Boat Builders, ar Fox News Gazette completes the programme Tuesday and Wednesday, August 29 and 30 John Garfield, May Robson and The "Dead End" In a thrilling drama of the boxing' ring. i-They Made Me a Crimin&lt; Action, drama and romance are c...