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TOWN PLAN PUZZLE COUNCIL REJECTS ENGINEER'S RECOMMENDATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
'TOWN PLAN PUZZLE COUNCIL - REJECTS EN GINEER'S RECOMMENDATION. The Shire Engineer recom mended to the Shire of Frankston and Hastings that an application by MessrsButt and Gardiner to erect an egg grading and packing factory in Beach Street South (opposite Royal Street) be re fused on the grounds that the Council's Interim Development Order prohibited it without the consent of the Council, and if the Council desires to plan and develop the district one of the chief functions" of planning is to prevent the indiscriminate mixing of industrial establish ments with residential and shop ping areas, a Moving that permission be granted, Cr. Wells said the ap plicants already had a big es tablishment there, and only half of the building would encroach into the non-residential area. Cr. Fowler said there were rather peculiar circumstances at tached to this case. 'Only a small portion of the factory would be in a residential area. The firm proposed to put up a modern fac tory, which was not ...
FETE AT LANGWARRIN Big Day Next Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
IFETE AT LANGWARRIN SBig D.sy "Next Satulrd . As auveiLised ihi the Anus ment. :coluimit-. of- this. a.Ple. Laingwarrin's big Fete- and- ale of mits eventuates next Sature day, October 22. tur. .As an onlooker of events local, one is forced to remark on'tahe general attitude of all those as sociated with St. Thomas' Church of '- England, Langwrarrin, whose actions ever typilied a strongly developeil comnitulity spirit. Sinlce its inception, practical help and co-opecration have been extended to district residents, and this was particularly exemplilfed nmarkedly throughout the disast rous bushflire which swept the locality-still so vividly remem bored. Friendly hands were ex tended to all, irrespective of classI or `creed-thus portraying pi'acti cal" Christianity, so essential in this present-.day trend of inter national problemsl. Hence it is up to all to try to reciprocate in some measure. lJ(Iy [jurtdoh*l To Opln Fete. "To this end, it is trusted that the . recent efforts of the L...
The Standard Editorial Thursday, October 20, 1949. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
EDIiITORIAL FEA T _______a PAGE CO mI- ... Edilorial STlursday '.October 20, 1949. Inevitably the cost of living 1 ust rise in Australia because of the much discussed devaluation of currency. The almost abolition. :of :.price control' has 'already played havoc with housewives': weekly budgets, :and- this in addition will cause grave liardship in .thie commuinity>. - " Mayle,-thdre:is "little`'we can do about it-finance still being controlled from Wall Street. However, , there is one move which could be made: which i'would give some relief to Aus tralian. people. The time has arrived for a complete review of customns :and excise ,impositions. This -paper stands for Protection,.-if: the purpose, is the protection of Australian in dustry. against goods produced by cheap labor nations. But we do not stanl d for culstoms and excise duties imposed simply as irevenue: producers. There aare many .Customs "duties:.today Which could, very, readily, be icompletely? abolished. Some form of t...
PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
PRE-SCHOOL - CENTRE ______ The. last coinmittee meeting, \which \was : vwell attended,; fur-. thered' plans :for --the- Christmas Party to. be: held in the Park on Saturday, December: 10., Helpers" for this :big '.".dayj : are' urgentlyd needed,- and :anyone 'willing to as ist s?hould' :contact the president (Mrs.. Linley)' oir 'any member of the committee., Thanks. are 'due to 'the ifollowing' donors: Mrs. Allan , Taylor .(a" large storage culbloaid); Mr. Moore '(a clock); and Mr. Mackie (a quantity of paint);. Mr. Partington has erect ed several necessary shelves; and the staff •is busy renovating equipment. Annual Appeal: Previously aCk nowledged, '£108/1/6; Major- R. A. iriggs. 10/6. Total, £108/121. : Scholarships. .The Health DIepartment bfiers 20 full Scholarships covering tui tio'. fees. at" the, Kindergarten Training College and the allow aace of £52- £104 per annum to girls aged 17 or over, and hob6 irigi the Leaving Certificate. .Fur ther inforimationr may be oljtai ed fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
* I , ,_ . - AFTERNOON TEAS,.. HOME-IVADE-+CAKES, .VISIT . . . . U- - S536 BAY` STREET. Frankston 37. RING' FRANKSTON 145 10 CARS NOW AVAILABLE. SMCCOMB'S MOTORS i (Gawley & Johnston) OPPOSITE THE STATION; FRANKSTON EO.. G. AUSTIN S- the joy Chritr 53• ALarge and Exclusive Range L of ": .."•Ci Cards • These Cards are Supplied Printed with the senders name , -. t - , and address for a few pence more than ordinary cards. t j a Book early and save disappoint nent. OBTAINABLE ONLY FROM N F nr TON STANDARD: S41 Playne Street, oFranks tn. FENCITNG E SPIALISTS N ' . AND "6' P.ALINGS ERECTED,'OR MATERIAL ONLY PALINGjS ---ANY-? QNTITYI AT COIN. PRIES TA. YL'OR' BROS:.. 48 EMBANKMENT GRO.VE, CHELSEA. SPhone: Chelsea 317 MILL: Kinross Avenue, Edithvale " Prite wit th edr lfl ' " Y-' "It`is more blessed to give tli.an to receive" * ..(Acts 20: 35) S' -GIVE -FREELY .: TO 'THE . ? ? - LORD MAYOR'S :FUND S ha nks for H ealth SHOSPITAL SATURDAY ,:OCTOBER 2:2O2 . R Inserted by the Frankston ...
NEWS AND VIE[?] RYAN FOR FLINDERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
FEWS ANDEI rROM ___INDERS CAAiI RYAN FOR FLINDERS , ol?' 1 Ryan, M:H;.R. Libeiral and 'onriti'y Party .- candidate, ilaces. his whole" experience and all his active industry. behind this objective:" Keep Australia, Free! - %.So :nmuch has been: said about Socialism,- both by. its supporters. dind by its opponents,, that most thinkinng-pedple have. now, come to realise that. it is merely a mask for: Totalitarianism;. but- not nearly enough has been said of what has been' achieved, and what can 1be achieved, by a true Democracy, maintained on the basic principles .of freedom, progress and justice. The staggering progress by the peoples of the New World during the last, two centuries 'has raised living standards and respect for the commnon man by an almost im measurable scale, and has resulted, of course, iin a- general sense, in the raising of living standards in hde Old World.' This great development:in colo nisation, in the formation of. new nations, in the ideal of a bigger and wid...
[?]AWAY TRUCK IN [?]ING CREEK DIVE [?],s Sensational Leap for Life [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
WAY TRUCK 1, ING CREEK DIVE ,s Sensational Leap; for l·ife st remarkable truck smashes imaginable o avey Street West end about midday on Tues olortone truck, loaded with bricks (4 tons of control coming down the Davey Street rise: s failed, the attempted to r. Immediate shed up, and letely out of ed speed and ighway inter aight for the t. that point. om the creek, thrilling leap eadlong rush, the footbridge en rebuilt by iderable cost, ent grant. The y continued the centre of it nose-dived Remarkably,. the':body of' the. truck remained caught on the centre-of the bridge by:the spare tyre-holder -at the rear, and the suspended 'tiruck hung for hours; 'till-Wit -was': re moved by a towing sgrvice, sum moned from .Melbourne. , There • was a final sensation latei-in. the afteinoon, when'::as the-engine of the truck: was being haiuled from the bed :.of" the cieek. a short , circuit caused..it to buiSt into :flames.:- , The, driver said. later that it was, most fortunate that he was not a...
"Dandaloo" Magnet This Sunday Public Egger for "Peoples' Music" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
"Dandaloo" Magnet This Sunday SPublic Eager for "Peoples' Music" People from many parts'of the Peninsula are expected, to 'congregate at beautiful "Danda.oo" Baden Powell D r iv e, Frankstoni next Sunday afternoon, at 2.30, when the first of 'a series of open-air celebrity concerts for charity will be la'unched'in 'aid of the R.S.L. di;tres~ed Soldiers' Fund. Buses at moderate fares will run fromn Frankston Station at regu lar intervals.-" ' SAs .previously announced, the outstanding -musical programme will be featured by noted Austra lian artists;, incliuding Tiny Doug-. las' and his b;anrd, William Laird, Joan Ham,. and?? . other musical celebrities: " Admission will, be by silver coin. ..
[?]ot Cruelly Beaten Criticises Mother [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
ot Cruelly Beaten Criticises Mother Sof a bright and well-behaved little girl of. years being cruelly beaten by her 26-year-old a Naval man), with a piece of fruit case to half-inch thick, merely because she de p steps to have her dinner, was heard rt on Tuesday, when Nellie Douglas' Pickett;. o Avenue, Frankston, was charged that, on: at Frankston, she wilfully ill-treated Mary child under 16 years, in a mannaer.: as to ering. . . . . .not guilty. evidence of estion being gery by Mes d Kingshott, examine' the deep bruising both buttocks; re were blood ations on the es and abras lip. The child bdlued ant Sloane, the injiries were e child having a .stick. The e said, cause suffering. Brebner gave g a house in 'rankston, o company with Burgoyne and McKay Wit -ted a piece cf :-inch i cthld witness child because refused to go have her din endant de efendant) had said she had to make the told her to do d came home the following, t Was brough to be still d back and flstered fing sefend ai...
METHODIST ANNIVERSARY CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
METHODIST ANNIVERSARY - CONCERT As the: culmination of a very ruccessful anniversary of '" the Frankston Methodist Church, the Sunday school anniversary' con cert was crowded to capacityr this week, when children• :..of. each. class rendered splendid, items.. The distribution of.prizes was carried out by Rev. J.. T. Free= :man.-. Takings. for..the..;night ex reededi: £I2._ .. L c.: . . i e 12.;IA/N . .ý
"DOZED OFF" MOTORIST FINED FOR NEGLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
"DOZED OFF" MOTORIST FINED FOR - .-NEGLIGENCE " SMemories of former 'famous Carlton. footballer, ."Paddy"' O'Brien . having recently.? sent many. weeks: in Frankston: Cdm mnunity -Hospital with seribus head. ifijuries, were revived at Fiarikston:' Court on"-'Tuesday, when: Thomas Patrick-' Minogue was 'fined ' £3 with £2/14/ costs for driving 'a motor car in a neg ligent manner, as a result of which he crashed into to, cars, one being badly damaged, iear Mile- Bridge, Frankston. Evidence of witnesses was that Minogue's car was being driveni on the correct side of the road before it swerved suddenly, and, violently, to. the wrong side . SMr. Wade,. S.M., said the Binch accepted Minogue's defence that he had probably dozed suddenly at the wheel, and there was no criminal negligence. O'Brien's innocent part in the matter was the fact that he was asleep in the rear seat of Min. ogue's. car when the seveie' im pact caused huni serious heard'in-r juries.. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
SAYE TO HELP REDUCE SHORTAGES ~~AA - THE STANDARD, Thursday, October 20, 1949.-PAGE 9. Parnell's Jewellery Store Pty. Ltd. FOR ALL CLASSES OF WATCHES, CLOCKS- AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON PHONE: 360 , ~ ~ *-- - _:_ ..J 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-- 'i - FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 Dandenong Road, Frankston. Phone 55. We Don't I Broadcast But we find things out ! ! S COR BETT'.' S (Late A.I.F.) Ii Advice Given Free on Secret Divorce. Investigations. Missing Friends Traced and Found. Persons Watched Day and Night S317 COLLINS STREET Cent. 1552 SMQUALTER SCHOOL Dressmaking, Cutting; Designing * -CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY . * - Mechanics' Hall, Frank...
C. W. A. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
A : meeting of the .Frankston Branch will be hield i: the C.W.A. room, Thompson S.t ree et',ý on 'inursday,. October 27thi, at 2 p.m. Mrs. ' Kelly :"wv.ill demonstrate ba s k et 'weaving, commencing. about 10.30. a.i. _ Those interest ed are asked to biing luinch' With. thenm, and' 'remain for the after noon meetinig:;""" ' . Memibers are .-asked to ibring theixr nominations for ,:.office-: bearei's. :and 'cohmmittee :t :the meeting., .Nomriinations nmust '.be signed -.ty,':moper, second?iBdiid 'Retiring. Secretary' Eulogised,^''"., SGreat regret was. expressed,"i by.: the,. President, Mrs.'.; ,E. Grice,] at the resignati oh. of Miss Sutfhli erland. " Miss Sitherland has .-given sterling sei;vice t6.o a -very exact ing job as- ho6nsec. of Trankstion branch of the C.W.A. for. 9 years.
TABLE TALK The Standard ABOUT PEOPLE FETE AT LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
TA( T n~ u un mnnuimT A t ABOUT PEOPLE The host of. friends .of" Mrs..:_t. Alk, - Sen.rr Seaford, .. were. de .lighted to- see this popular ::Sea ford, -pioneer: about . again in' Frankstoii on' -Saturday "'morning after a serious- 'illniess;, Mr. Allan'K.Woodhouse has re signed- ihis.position .as :ambulance driver 'wvith :the Fiankston' Combn ,nunity Hospital and, after a fort night's .motoring holiday with his. parents, will" coitinue- his' .career .s a marine engineer. Guide Commissioner McDon ald," 62 High :'Street, Frankston, is holidaying' 'at Mt. Buffalo. 'Cr. C. Coates was elected Pre sident of Seaford Cricket Club, at the recent :annual meeting. Messrs. Dave. Brown and Allan Johnson, ,'of Nepean . Highway, Seaford, are holidaying. at "Mary sands," Marysville. Deepest :syminpathy is extended to. Mrs.. H. -losking (Baxter),. whose brother was accidentally killedi at the week-end;' also to Mr. Potter,. whose father passed away at Geelong. Congratulations go to Mr. and Mrs. Cli...
Hartnett Car Project [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
Hartnett Car Proiect The full prospectus, which is available. at the-registered of the company, 434 .Collins Street, Mel bourne, briings to light the .con "iderable progress made in this .:car project. 'c It may not yet be realised that IMr. Hartnett and his organisa tion have. been steadily:working Sup to the point where today most 'of the tools and gauges are made. Large quantities of components and supplies have been'purchased a~nd delivered. Mr. Hartnett is now putting in to' operation an ' intermeuiate plan whereby much of the car will be purchased from manufac turers in England who for years have specialised in supplying the industry in that. country.. .at . It is not often realised-thatcno :ar manufacturer in the world nakes the entire car, and many 'iardly manufacture a single part. •orris started buying' nearly verything from just such, sup fliers in England as Mr. Hartnett vill call upon. As manufacture develops "in tustralia we only hope Franks 3n will be the centre. We'k...
NO AMENITIES FOR CROQUET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
NO AMENITIES FOR CROQUET CLUB .Frankston Croquet Club wrote to' Frpnkston Council, asking when the new croquet lawn woduld' be ready. for play; also asking if the .Council could pro vide 'a clubhouse and conveni ence. Cr. Hirst: Do they want a bar, too? (Laughter). It.-was agreed to: inform the Croquet, Club that the lawn Iwould"ibe :ready.: for play during, September or October next year, bute that ; no - amenities: woulC ,,be provided by the Council.
AMATEUR ATHLETICS FRANKSTON CLUB DOINGS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
AMATEUR A'I'HLLET? FIJINESTO., CLU DOINGS wet weather. upset the running of the track'trials on the Frank stoi. football oval' last, Saturday, but, weather permittilig, a full progranlme.will be hleld on Satur day, commencing at 2.15 p.m., witll many leading Victorian atlh-: letes. from city clubs competing. Of the- events conducted last Saturday, I. Adderly, A. Gavin and D. Hutton (100 yds.), P. Wicks. (1 mile walk), and K. Ricardo (1 nlie run) showed. eai'ly season' form, P. Wicks and K. Ricardo having their first' meetings at Se'e untiring w\ork of- Messrs: 7. Pione; J. Neil, A. Heron, and D. and .1. P'roudfoot resulted in the excellent marking and laying out of the track-especially. the X100 yards track. C('lub Notes Saturday's cold weather empha sised the necessity for athletes to keep warm, not only before, but during and after -events. In re gard to clothing, a "sweat suit'' (a pair of long trousers and a long sleeved pullover nmakes an- excel-. lent substitute), generally sp...
GARDEN SUGGESTIONS CHRYSANTHEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 20 October 1949
GARDEN SUGGESTIONS giJiAN~~TFE1IUMIS. Any time from now onwards is a good time to plant Chrysanthe mumns, and -do -not forget that plants--fiolntQ91p cuttings grown in small pots are better than suckers *take from :around old plants. Top. 'cuttings do not produce as ep.ry suckers again, and give bet ter. flowers. :Ay good garden .soil ? will " grow Chrysanthemums, but the ground .should be fairly fiPm, and need not be.too deeply dqg, Mapy of the prize Chrysan themvms: seen; at .:the Melbourne Shows. are- grown in not more than 9 to 12 inches of soil, on a hard brick or: .oncrete base, and the size of the . .flowers is really got by :feeding.: - . Chrysanthemums are o ft en planted. in . odd c.'orners, Ishady positions under: shrubs or trees, and cannot be expected to give their, best. under :'such conditions. They .like plenty-. of sun, a good' open, situation and room for de velopment .so that :the air can get around and between the plants. Growing- exhibition blooms may bea fascin...