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People's Music Next Sunday Weather Again Caused "Dandoloo" Postponement [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
People's Music. Next Sunday Weather Again Caused "Dandoloo" Postponement I?nclement weather, for the' secoid time, carusedlipostpone' ment' of, the seasoin's openiing-of the" "People's Muisic" on Sun day •last at "Dandaloo," Baden Powell ])rive, Firanlkston. How evere, Mir. A. Tohn Jarvis has always been a firm believer in the old. adage, "The thii'd time's' lucky," and looks: confl" dently forward to brilliant sunshine and a huge, delighted crowd; next Sunday afternoon, - commuencing at 2.30 p.l. The i pioginuine of celeblrated Australian artists will be the samle as .;,advertised previously, headed by Tiny Douglas.'and IhisState Oirchestra; also William Laird (baritone); ' ,Joan. Hanl (so priano), Ossie Dempsey (comnedian), Ken White (imnpersona tor), andFrank Rich (variety entertainer). Proceeds are for the Frankston R.S.L.- Distress Fur.i. Buses will' run froih Franksto ·sthtion at regular intervals, - and the fares will lie moderate. ··.; SECON'D CONCERT, N-?NOV,. 0 ,Mr. Jarvis...
DEAR MR. WORRALL Dear Mr. Worrall. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
DEAR.MR. WORRALL -IDenr MIr. oraltl.';4j. Whant have you .done.-yvith Mau rice Clievaliejr's "This Is Paris"', hlMy ndtes tel me 'tht' -.:flist heard this show from the D'>IB 'a lengthl at -7.30 pp-.' on Tues. da> September 30. - A few days later this column carried a reasonably powrfuil pat On the back to your. staton-for Ilaving made such entertainmenit avallable. Ve even advised rea'ders. to 7tne to DB on Tuesday nights a 't.30. tu? sa y. i. ,ýAnd flow you.ha4ve shoi6 yur appite'iation .;by-'pr!pi1g the. shovw hyoxr:o',U r" -pr,-Aflve airings. Sje~r g , tot 4f belw, e , bthat it. oanvle, . thAt,; kist?e?I e b ejected. to it on any- score. Nor ýwould rwe :liellee tlhat suitable ¢ sponsorship- arrangements could not be, made .for such a pro Sgruni hen. iOf course you could tell us that 'more. thain onie Australian radio produetion uiiit objected to the airing' of "This 'Is Paris" because 'of its" strong: opposition to locally made variety 'shows. YX 1'ou also ciuld tell us th...
The Standard Home Magazzine [?]IO REVIEW [?]hing Goes Into Anything Goes" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
r-l·a :i'-. ·'-· hing Goes Into. Anything Goes" ken a dose of the new UZ-er, "Any It is well named. A sort of alibi roadcast before you hear it. .Sure, ; - : "Anvthine Goes.",,'. understand it etween a tall~ with Jolhnn) t of bragging salesmen's in. nsor for thn ga little sus oisorshlp. On good hard for LunaVnar op" opposite in Elizabeth e of multiple l possibilities. in the show SMerry Macs. ed the Tivoli ig plug-half onrage me to ons" as a boy onllng spot important to italked about Miglht "Let A b'ells," sting ters, was the eOst listeners Il a million' en the session stener "hates" n Collapse, And Rivals; PS Piddingtons! ught red. you read in Snews the ley Piddlng. ley Pope in on the Hippodrome idie of their ok trick. , . Lesley was e, and. when collapsed un Quite naively, rt stated that the act went * Piddington ie is allergic had nothing g on stage. How that ex to add up I you do? mtemlber the thie Pliddlng ccessfulhl to enace iii 31el audience picks on the stage, . Piddington) ...
East Frankston and Seaford Water-logged Worst Plight for 35 Years [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
East Frankston and :Seaford Water-logged Worst Plight for 35 Years The heavy; rains at regu'ar intervals during the greater. part, of this month. has created" the most boggy.and flooded conditions knowq to Frankston and Seaford residents during the past 35 years, according to old residents of the district. This week, many homes just e tst of the.railway line at Frank ston,. between the High School and ..Overton Road, were sur rounded .by: so. much water th tl~t the Shire Engineer (Mr. NVarcoe) was forced to use gum boots. to make an inspection. Conditions were much more serious :-"from?- Overport 'Road, whore a "sea" of fresh water.. extendu to far beyond the Sea ford -north boundgry, and many r'esidents 'have become -mar SOnly an immediate improve ment in the vweather conditons,' andia. run of fine, drying days, can relieve the situation. If the: heavy -rains- of recent: days con-:: tinue, nmary r6sident on'the low eastern. area. will nen. the aid. bf . jboats and boatmen to enable...
LOCAL EGG FLOORS PERMIT WAS GRANTED FOR DANDENONG ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
LOCCAL EGG FLOORS Pi'H IIT WtAS GRANTED FOR DANDENONG ROAD Referring to statements made-' at the last meeting of Frankston Shire Council, and published: in "The Standard," that if the Coun-. cil did not grant an application made by Messrs. Butt and Gardi ner, Beach St., Frankston, for a permit to build in Beach St., egg producers of the Peninsula wotild not have a local egg floor at whlich to dispose of their eggs, Mr. Whit-. ing (a director of Peninsula' Co operative Society, ' Langwarrin) has informed "The.Standard" that his firm was granted.:a permit br . Frankston Council on July 26, 1949; to erect: an egg floor build ing on lots 28 and 29, Dandenong Road, Frankston. Plans fo; this new building, have been. apTroved by the Building Directorate, and building operations will commence in a fortnight's time. Mr. Whiting told. "The Stan dard" -that his .directors consider their firm has suffered an unwar ranted setback amongst egg pro ducers due to the 'Frankston Council allowing coti...
LANGWARRIN VILLAGE FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
, ;'LANGWARRIN VILLAGE FAIR : Notwithstanding the fact that , it' blew a hurricane and rained n heavily all the morning, Lang .. warrin folk were undaunted, :.and went ahead : devising ways and means of providing over 1heai caiinopies (of quite elabor t.'ate' nature, too); so that their Sale' of Gifts at St. Thomas' C. e of, E. grounds could take place last ;'Saturday. Roofing "iron, ',timber ':and other materials speedily appeared from "no= where". apparently; and thanks to Messrs. Renouf, Normani and Renshaw, `who . :displayed great s`peed 'and- resourcefulness in making the site almost water "l roof.: Howevei,.-- the weather proved kindly, and relaxed for a .few-' hours,- to. everybod:'s satisfaction. i:. ý Lady . Murdoch"' came - from "Melbourne to perform the open ing ceremony:. She was met by little! Merelyn Norman, who, on behalf-of the Ladies' Guild (un der :whose sponsorship the func tion. was held) presented a beautiful posy of roses and lily of-the-valley &lt;:to ...
FIRE BRIGADE JUBILEE Chief Officer at Frankston C[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
I R- i fnRGA DUL JUBiLe The l6Oth anniversary of the Frankston Fire Brigade was cele. bbrated at the Mechanics' Hall, on Frieday night, when 'the Brigade's "Diamond Jubilee", Cabaret Ball w\as attended by Chief Officer' McPherson (of "the Country Fire Authority)- and .Mrs. McPherson, Captain and Mrs. Stork (Dande nong), Captain and Mrs. Bailey (.Che'sea),' Cal:tain and Mrs. Filmer (Hastings), also firemen from Dandenong, Chelsea, Hast ings, Somervilie, Carrum, and Cranbourne. Generous support from the general public brought the total attendance to 350 ap proximately, and the function proved a most enjoyable one for all. concerned. After congratulating the Frank stopl Brigade on having attained 'Diamond Jubilee" status, Chief Officer McPherson presented long-service. badges to Firemen:
The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE Thursday, October 27, 1949. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
EDITOiAL oFEA _ _ PAGE cs clitorial Thtirsday; October 27, i949. The fact that we have allotted eight inches of space to can. didaes h each -"reeki. fisom nbivi to Federal Election Day on ."D tnler' 10o, fias. ciaused .odide .tiotible thain we ever inag. --iied:... It is beyond understanding, how, in a British commun. ity, Wheire we boast so much of'our Freedom, political plarty bigots can be so brazingly blatant in their opposition to space being: givei? to "thid ofl position.' -Surely.iJ . a democracy the electors should be given the op. portunity of hearing the views of, all the candidates who are presenting themselves for election. The side which does it best to. muzzle. its opponents m. st have a p.or case. Or is it that otir system of education is so poor that they know no better? Most political protaganists have wvelcomed the idea, and have -congratulated us orir being veiry fair, However, a small bunch of party supporters ' on e ach side have, not in a straight forvuwrd mann...
CONFERENCE OF CHURCHWOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
i CONFERENCE OF :. CHURCHWOMEN World Community. Day will be observed .by a Conference of Churchwomen eager .*to sec peace. established in .the -world. The date this year: coincides with Armistice Day (November 11) and in Frankston, ::.the Women's Ihteir-Chuirch • Groups Meeting: will','be -held' in. the Methodist Chuirch at' 3: prni.m The theme, will: be: ."Man's, Disorder. and God's Design,". and the speaker.. will' be Mrs. "Cyril Chambers .(wife of the Rev. C. Chambers, secretary o: f the Church of : England : Mission Society, and .formerly of India), All women are :invited. to, 'tahe part in this-day f·ryo"-er f the, Nation. da:"? op.. y : for
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
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SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Famine Relief Offering [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
SEVENTII-DAY: ADVENTIST Famine Relief Offering Seventh-Day Adventist Church :es. throughout 'the world will be lifting another Famine Relief Of fering on October 29. The Gene ral Conference, advises that at least one million dollars is need ?c* dto buy' food, for .members of the Church in Europe, who have ' ndured hardships beyond our comprehension. Condition= are.very serious, and adults and ,children are still dying of starvation. The plight of Ger :inany t day is truly pathetic. Be yond 'all .doubt, they have paid a terrible price for, the mistakes of national leaders. One of the tra gedies: is that the shops are full with food and clothing and many .ther needed things, but the reople lack the wherewithal to refit' themselves from this seem ing abundance.-: , : .The - .Seventh-Dty Adventist Church; quotes the following from a letter received:-'"We cannot get: money to pay the, high prices. Shces are forty dollars per pair, a man's suit :two hundred dol lars, a: working :shirt nin...
£200,000 WAR SERVICE HOMES Early Start on Huge Overport Road Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
£200,000 WAR SERVICE HOMES Early Start on Huge Overport Road Scheme ..h.Plans are ready for an immediate start, by the. War: Service Homes Commission, with one of :the largest and' most important post-war projects in the history of the Commonwealth.. Buildings. estimated to cost £200,000 will be erected on an :extensive area 'of land in Overport Road, Frank-, ston, purchased from Mr. Eric Hall. S T- The iplans include a community block costing , _£56,850,. and also extensive housing block, adrmin istrative offices, and caretaker's residence. .Contractors are Messrs. Dawson & Smith, - Whitehall Street, Footscray, alnd the architects, Messrs. I. C. "Leith & Bartlett, Melbourne.---. .The site is in close proximity to the Overport Poultry. Farm, in Overport Road, Frankston.'
OBITUARY MRS. MAY KNIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
OBITUARY MRS. MAY I?,IGIIT ? Mrs. May Knight, who died on October 16th, at her home,. in Clark Road, Pearcedale, was held in high esteem by ner large circle of friends. Four daughters and one son survive her. The funeral, at which there was a large attendance, took ,lace on October 18. The burial ervice at the graveside in the Frankston Cemetery, was read by the. Rev. L. M. Humphery. Pall bearers were: Messrs. T. Boyce, H. Boyee, A. Boyce, W. Stack, W. Jones, and C. Stock; and the casket bearers were: Messrs. J. Knight, B. Biggs, E. Devine, and C. Heaney. Messrs.. Hector Gamble and Son conducted the funeral ar .rangements.
ROLLS CLOSE OCTOBER 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
.ROtT CLOSE OCTOBER 31st. Rolls ' for the • forthcoming Federal, elections will close on Monday, 31st: October, 1949,- and to be- , in -time for, enrolment, claims must reach the Registrar concerned by 6 p.m. on that date. Claims, received after that hour will be.:too late.: iThe.-address of the.:iRegistrar ':for .the~ Division of 'Flinders. is .12, ,Como Pde., Men tone,' S.ll. 1 '-".
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949
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