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"Rose Marie" Headed For Successful Run [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

"Rose Ma.r ie" d For Suc essfu un Judging by the packed house which greeted Parramatta Musical Society's premiere of "Rose Marie" at the City Hall on Monday night, patrons anticipated a top-notch show- and go it. The company presented the' colorful romance with infectious .verve and the singing of both principals and chorus was ex ceptionally fine. Nancye Giranger was a beguil ing Rose Marie, acting with dainty grace and al.sympathetic understanding of the role. In the male lead 'as Jim Ken yon, Allan Garner's strength was in his excellent voice-his sing ing was a joy. An outstanding ,. performance is Colleen Rodd's, :as Wanda, .the' Indian .girl. Sher acts well; dances gracefully, sings superbly -notably- in the "Wanda Waltz" scene, and the spectacular "Totem Tom-tom" number. The latter is very well .handled also by the ballet-chotus. . Another "stand-out"- perform ance comes fromn Shirley Neu, NANCYE. GRANGERI haus, as Ladcy Jane,:: and Monte Miller's. Sergeant Malone is,. a stron...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

GEOFF WALKER of Parramatta L.Y.C. :was runner-up with the second highest," number of votes in a mock election at the Coimbinied Liberal Youtlh Clubs' second annual ball at the Trocadero last Thursday 'when about 900 dancers voted to appoint a "president of inerriment' for. the evening. ,Winner; was Angela Hunter, of King's Cross club. Gedff was the selected candidate of Patramatta, Homebush, Strathfield, Burwood-Enfield and Eastwood District clubs. A party of 24 from Parramatta club. included the president, George Birdsall, June Noakes, Willa Wilson, Lawrence Hughes, Joan Walder (Potts Pt.), Geoff Walker, Susanne Birdsall, Tony Lewis, Verlie Lines, Peter Bird sall, Diane Lovell. 4, 4. . 4k-.k PARRAMATTA C. W. A. de cided at a recent meeting ,to combine its "International Day" celebrations this year with the proposed fete to be held at Mrs. J. Lloyd's. home in George St., Parramatta, on November 15. The function will . now become a "Mexican Fete" and colourful features in keeping ·wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

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BY-PASS HIGHWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

BY-PASS HIGHWAY The Main Roads Department is considering a proposal by Parra matta City Council for the es tablishment of a by-pass high way at ,Parramatta, . Council reCeitly .suggsted that traffic be diverted from rrChurch Street, in the main shopping centre, along* Alfred Street, ,Granville, to George and' Mac Arthur Streets, to Victoria Road, Parramatta East.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 6 September 1950

m ~Hl~ama a m asa so FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PARJR~AAATTA SMITH STREEBBT, PARRAMATTA SERVICES : Sti.:.I:SlDAY, 1030,.a.m. andi7.15 ti.m. SUNDAY SCHOOLS 10.30 a.rn. WYednesday Eveninig Meetings at 8o'lock, include Testimonies of Christian Sci.ence Heaiiling .: leiading Room and Free Library 121.Q0 till 5.0, Monday to Friday; Wednesday 7.50. I cParramatta's Leadini g Funeral Directors William Metcalfe & Co. Pty. Ltd. 181 Church Street, APRRAMATTA UW 8838 CcnCamelliac Weed Killers: For .25 years Camellia Chemical Co. Pty. Ltd. has been making the: well-known ARSENICAL' "Camellia". Weed Killer. In that time Camellia has proved itself to be as effcient a killing agent for general purposes as could be produced. Our knowledge- and experience have : been-at the service of thousands. of people throughout the State, and we: are always'. willing to help on any weed problem,~.no matter how: . small. SWe now confidently bring.to the public. the new Hormone (2, 4-D; 2, 4, 5-T) ...

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Rotary Leader Talks On Overseas Tour [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Rbtary Leader Talks On OverSeas Tour District Governor Elect of the 29th Rotary District, Mr. E. Seymour Shaw, was given a warm welcome home by Parramatto Rotarians on Wed rnesday night. Mr. Shaw has returned to Aus tralia after about four months abroad studying library develop ment and local government mat ters. During his tour' of U.S.A., Canada, and Great Britain, Mr. Shaw travelled more than 33,000 miles, visiting most states in America, and leading Canadian and British cities. Mr. Shaw was sponsored under the Carnegie Corporation Grant, and was guest of the British Council during his stay in Eng land. Briefly outlining his tour, Mr. Shaw told Rotarians he had been favourably impressed by over seas library development. Y'AAustralia is at least 50 years b~hind library service develop ment in most U.S. cities," he said. "People cf Great Britain and U.S.A. know that knowledge is power, and consequently spend much more on library services thlan those in Australia. "In England 5/- a....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

For...? r. 's :0. o Excusive Veeni Robe Salon 2 The Arcade, Parramatta 'Phone UW 8594 Ailso at 39, ORWELL ST., POTTS POINT (opposite Roosevelt Restaurant and Minerva Theare,) and 283 BAY ST., BRIGHTON-LE-SANDS Lay Bys an?d All?.Cash Orders Accepted CH4RISTIAN; SCIENCE .FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PARRAMATTA SMITH STREET, PARRAMATTA SERVICES: - SUNDAY, 10.30 a.m. and 7.15:p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 10.30 a.m. Wednesday Everiing Meetings at 8 o'clbck; include Testimonies of ChristianScience Healing. R;eading Room and Free Library 1i2.0 till 5.0, Monday -to Friday; Wednesday 7.50. - ANTED . - by +T+P TOP TA LORIN+. :MERRYLANDS. EXPERIENCED COAT MACHINIST For Making, Bagging, Pockets and Finishing.. - EXPERIENCED TRO'USER & KNICKER MACHINIST Competent girls can earn up to 1 ''.e week.... AlsO. _YOUNG MAN REQU'IR.ED. l for Dispatch and Administrative Dutie '". Experience -not. essential. -'High Wage. i Pitt Street, MERRYLANDS - 'Phone UW 8545 3 Min. Statibn-Guildford-.P'.matta bu...

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PARK IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

'ARK IMPROVEMENTS McCr.edie Park- Committee, Guildford, proposes to construct dressing shed amenities at the park at an estimated .cost of £150. Holroyd Council has agreed to financially assist the committee. The committee told Council that it was proposed to use volun tary labour. for the construction of the building.

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Want Inclusion In Sewer Scheme [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Want Inclusion In Sewer Scheme More than 30 residents 'of Hawksview, Elizabeth, and Cecil Streets, and Military. Road, Guild ford, are seeking inclusion of the area in the Metropolitan Water Board'sli proposed Guildford Sew erage Extension Scheme. Th. residents last week ap pealed to Holroyd Council to ap proach the Board's District Re presentative, Aid. G. E. Maunder, on the matter. Council has referred their re quest to Ald. Maunder.

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Junior League Club To Present Trophies At Social [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Junior League Clubi To Present Trophies At Spcial Parramatta East Junior, Riugby League Club will hold a pre sentation social at Northmead Progress Hall on Saturday, Sepl terinber 23, at 8 p.m. The function is being organised as a small scale ball, with a pro gramme of entertainment and 50 50 dancing. During the evening the pre sentation of trophies will be made to "the best and fairest" players of the club's four teams.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

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SLY GROG COST £30 FINE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

SLY GROG COST £30 FINE A Granville shopkeep?er was fined £30 by Mr. Brown, S.M., at Parramatta Court. for selling liquor withopt a licence. The shopk?';eeper, Kenneth Alex ander Fowler (60), of Blaxcell St.,, Granville, pleaded guilty to tl'." charge. Senior Constable Cave, of the Vice Squad, Burwood, said in evidence that Fowler, watched by police, sold four bottles of wine for a £1 to a civilian. "The .defendant, who has no license for the sale of liquor, occupLSs a smaligoods shop," the constable said. Mr. Nolan,. who represented Fowvler, said that Fowler had no previous convictions. - "I ask for the~ minimum pen alty," he said.

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Home Service Club To Hold Big Spring Fashion Show [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Home Service Club To Hold Big Spring Fashion Show Parramatta's leading 'stores aire co-operating'" with the A.G.L. Home Service Club( iri present-' ing the chih's ainnual spring fash ion, parade in aid of local chart ities, to be held at the A.G.L. Auditoriunk, George St., on Wed nesday, Sepemaber 20. There will be two sessions, the afternoon commencing at 2 p.m., and .evening at 8 p.m. Seats may be reseryed for the evcning par ade only. . Tickets are 2/- and proceeds will go to the. Home Service. Club's annual fund, for1Parsra..1 matta Hospital, the Sociley. for Crippled Childrefi, and many other local charities,. ,, The parades will etiture th· latest fashions O'r a1l agge' : nd 'occasions, with'. special e~iiphisik on smart p les for women Iwith? fuller figures. The fashions will be modelled by Home Service Club manne quins.

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TO GUARD DANGER SPOT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

TO GUARD DANGER SPOT Hoiroyd Council is urging the Transport Departmenit to .instill traffic warning signs at the corner of Fowler and Guildford Roads, Guildford, scene of a recent seri ous accident. Guildford Chamber of Conm merce last week asked Council to. press for signs at the intersection. "A dangerous bend exists, in Fowler Road, .near the corne~'," the Chambr? told Council. "A car. recently ran into the side of a house at the intersec tion, and it is considered that an appropriate sign in.Fowler Road, noith of this spot,. may prevent similar accidents." . ' Alderman O. Young-: .A sign indicating the bend in the road is n.eeed, particularly to aid mb torists at night. "It is a bad corner;- a house fronts almost onto Fowler Road, at the bend." , The: Engineer (Mr. J. R. Mc Clelland). said that road. Meoon struction of the corner would iin prove traffic facilities. "However, if the intersection is approached at speeds appropriate to: ?all riormal intersections ini 'built-up' .a...

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"ORCHIDS ARE DOLLAR EARNERS" SAYS M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

"ORCHIDS ARE SDOLLAR EARNERS"BS' SABYS M~.L.A. After officially *opening Par ramatta aind District Orchid Society's first annual exhibition at the Macquarie Hall, Parra 'ma:ita, 4lst week, Mr. G. C. Gcllan, - M.L.A., Mrs. Gollan, and the Mayor of Parramatta, Alderman E. A. Mobbs, ex pressed their enthusiasm by joining the Society. Mrs. Mobbs,. who was absent owing to ill-health, was also en rolled as a member by her hus band. Mr. G. C. Gollan; M.L.A., in opening the show, expressed high praise for the w'onderful display. Describing '-the exhibition 'as a "christening," he said it showed the society in its first year to be a "bonny bouncing baby" in deed. Mr. Gollan added that export of Australian - grown orchids has now been resumed, and ovesseas demand is increasing. "Orchids are earning dollars for Australia," he said. *The Mayor, Alderman Mobbs, supported Mr. Gollan's remarks and said the formation of the Society and this exhibition was gratifying evidence of the ciil tural devel...

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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Li" B~ 0hV .ITIZENS of Parramatta, I'll be bound, won't be behind-hand in hoping that this time nothing will hap pen. to prevent King George and Queen Elizabeth-and; we . hope, Margaret the Glamorous - visiting Aus tralia in '52. We're told that the King won't be able to make some of the long journeys schedul ed in his cancelled visit. That being so;-,mrnaybe there'll be a chance for Parramatta to welcome (anid what a welcome it would be) the. Royal visitors. Maybe, the _Mayor, with his usual eiiterprise, will get in eadly. +t -.. .+ . : fROM Auburn, Doreen .Sum mergreene writes praising the recent successful shows put on by talented young Parramnattans. Reminds her, nostagically sighs Doreen, .of the "old days," and names of Arrier splaiers :tht "recall..ptea ' Cora ILeMcK? Colind cSpicer, Lillian Marsh, ..Winnie Cadden, Molly Jackson, Mrs. Erby, Cecil Grossman, Norman Byrnes, Fred Paul, Don Clark - Sand ford, Billy Gibson - and, of course,. that great, long, lengthy, lean, loveabl...

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Parramatta Bride Wore Ivory Lace [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

* Parramatta Bride Wore Ivory Lace When Miss Norma Ellen Cook, of Parramatta, was married re cently to Mr. Brian Arden Mit chell, she wore a gown of ivory lace over satin, with an em broidered veil held by a coronet of hyacinth, and carried a boiu quet of carnations ,and hyacinths. The bride is the daughter of Mr. F. Cook, of Cairns (Queens land), and the late Mrs. Cook, and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs.. R. Mitchell, of 27 Napier Street, Parramatta. The Rev. Father Boland offi ciated at thle r: marriage* service, held at St. Patrick's, Parramatta. During the ceremony Mrs. Hodell sang "Ave Maria." Bridesmaids, Misses Joan Loker arnd Judy Murphy, were frocked in: apple-green:. faffeta, with bou. qu.ets of: daffodils and, violets.. Little flower. girls, Fay Serjeant, aged seven, and five-years-old Patricia . Murphy, wore; similar frocks, .and carried baskets of daffodils and violets. . Mr. J. Murphy was best man, aind Mr. L' O'Donniel groomsmian. The briegirooi's in mother, M...

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Church To Spend £1000 On Day Nursery [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 13 September 1950

Church To Spend X1000 -On Dsay Nursery The Parish CoGncil of St. Mark's Church of England, Granville, have decided to establish a Day Nursery at a cost of £1000. Matron R. Hillman, of a Man ildra private hospital,- will' be~ in charge. About 50 children, mainly be tween the ages of two and three years wil be accommodated. When built th. nursery will complete Granviile Church of England Junior Centre, which will then be able to serve 400 children a da~. At present the centre consists of a Day Kinder garten and an Oslo Lunch Can teen. A new organ costing £1500 is to be installed in the church.

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