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BARBECUE FOR "MISS OPPORTUNITY" CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

BARBECUE FOR "MISS. OPPORTUNITY" CLUBS *A very bright. evening is " as= sured at -the 'open-air- barbecue arranged to take' place 'at" Park Orchards, North" Ringwood, c'dom= mencing: at 830 p.m.: on: Novemrn ber- 5:'.. Entertainment unlimited, with Hawaiian music, will add to .the injoyment. Proceeds will support- '"Miss Jpportunityi- Clubs" :'(Miss' Pat Cashihan) in the "Miss Australia"' Quest 1949;, and .will. aid 'the Hospitals. and :'Charities' Funds: Tickets .are- available by ring ing: Miss' Smallhorn (UL 2631) -or Mrs. L:- Findlay (M 1279). .:

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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CODE CROSSWORD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

CODE CROSSWORD vel code crossword. Cut out the? ,little bottdm left-hand corner and 'with a .., out the rectangular holes. Now- move'. rds and when you read the clues, place the crossword. Send .;your entry; to

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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The Standard TABLE TALK ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

.ý - ý ,ý -, -, -"_ IIU IIII.i 1111111 10 11 111111llllle llli ll 111111;111111: Fl&dT mousatimmanniumnin~ ~U nns g jmlw au~nuueoo ABOUT PEOPLE Cr. and Mrs. J. E. Grice. re ,turned last week from Launices 'ton,, where Cr. Grice judged iigh h orse' ring event's, at: tle "Tiiam'a nian National.Sho"w' (Laincestoi) A suirpilse alid happy nieeting Yai with Alderman : Derliam :Hent (Mayor' of Launcestoii)' a cousin of- Mrs. J. E. Grice, iwlo'-is.also a descendalit of thle pioneer Henty family. Mr. anid" Mis. Geo.- G. " Austiii are holidaying' -at :lepurnl p'xrings. -Mr. Jack Trevaskis, Nolan St. is spending his -annual holidays at Ararat. '-Mrs. .Polglause, senr.,-0of Young St., Frankston, is' improving in health after a severe illness. The' death occurred during the week of . Mir. G. W. Bruce (St. Kilda), who was .for 20 years secretaiy :,?? of the Menzies Boys' Home. MAr. . .M. Eidie;. Frank ,ton, was a pall-bearer at -the funeral at Springvale on .Monday. Guests at the .Granid'...

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[?]TH'S MAIL BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

i: ~'i~d~l~1 :B·~SL W-Y· ,r : ss~·cia~ii-jlgi;ili sending in tition and I Out teacher week so we I will.elope -ly, Beverlgy Road, Lang k you very k. It was a lot of it. writing be so much to muddle. I to see your "Standard it. it was nhave never Or a Special ,ays later d came. I a Cards Agan thaak. k and hdp. You Well; I tuber, Mar. arch Road, Dear ,Ruth,-Thank' .you 4 for the Honour Cards you .are. send ing me. I am sendingi in. "No Tools" competition. , Whati does an adze-.look like, IRuth? .:.And I haven't . heard the .- record "Spikey's, Magic. Piano, :' - as -I: did not kiowv, the. name. if:I.: did. I got a prize in, ,my i Sunday School class this: year..i'and Judith got first: rprizer of .:her class; they are . two?.beautiful books.- Love from Valda Genge, O'Grady Avenue, Frankston. . SCongratiulaions' to both of you.. I'm afrai'd 'I cani't' tel' yboui .hat an adze looks? lile;-i never heard" 'f '6iio" beore this competition came along .Ruth Dear Ruth,-I am sending in this. wi...

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Rover Scout Diary FINAL CHAPTER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

Rover Scout Diary (By K. CAMERON &. R. ALLCHIN) FINAL. CHAPTER Scotland, Second Visit. We said goodbye to Mrs. Proudfoot's mother and brother on Monday morning, and travel led by bus to Inverness. The weather was., beautiful and warm, thus making our return trip' a very enjoyable one. ;We also saw the .British Fleet an chored '"at. Invergordon, about :half.way between Portmahomack .and Inverness. At Inverness we: caught a train to Aberdeen. The train line 'followed the coastline .most of ,the way, a very picturesque coast .with many coves, which nm ates you think of smuggler sto 'es, smugglers and " their ,ii outs, etc. Another thirig made us' laugh was a cer-: r41 type of sheep, which had be' dyed a mustard colour, we, believe for show purposes. S t Aberdeen, we were met by a r. Pacity who took us to the 'home of Mr. Cook, a fish. "bu ar with a family- of four, whp soon made us at. home. After talkirig for - a couple of ho?irs about Rovering, the Moot, etc -we turned in. :O...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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GARDEN SPECIALIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

- IARDE. 'SPECIALIST ~,The:well-khnol* Garden Shop at 136 -:,Young :S., Frankston, for i,.~ely owned byi the late Mr. H. T: :Hill, has been purchased by Mir. Artlifr3J. BattrickH:of 19 Kars St., iratikston. .: Before coming? ?to Frankston, Mr. Battrick :lived :at Bowral, in the ;highlands of. N.S.W. Hel worked =there a a_ head gardener for: 14 years; .where' he gained ely .wide. ex'peience in all branches ofor horticulture. Sipce t.his 'discharge from the R.A.N., ;Mr. -.attrfck has estab flished' :a reputation as an horti cultutirist :ily; his ,Work throughout this distiict;_and in ,his new ven tuire hih }will endeavor to supply the :est plants arind seeds obtain able, and - will gladly give advice 4on ,garden problems.

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FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

FRANKSTON PLAZA __ COMING "HITS. ." With Rex Harrison'.and .Peigg Cummins as its. stars, "_Escape,' Twentieth Century-Fox's screer version of the greatest of Johr Gplsworthy's suspense dramas, i! showing at the Plaza Theatre to. night, Friday,.and Saturday. One of the most provocative and ex citing stage plays of our time the drama of a man whom a mis carriage of justice chaniges intc a desperately, hunted fugitive holds some of the most tense and dramatip moments of screen year as it unfolds its gripping story of a man born to perilous adven ture, and of a woman destined foi the most. dangei'ous of. loves, Much -of the. action of the thrill ing manhunt described in the story was photographed on the grim Devonshire: moors that sur round the celebrated Dartmoor pris6n (England). The supporting feature is the M-G-M. conmedy, "My Hero!" starrijig 'Red Skelton. , In the course of the' hilarious story, in which he plays a spy for both the Union and Confederate armies, Red is chased by bl...

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GARDEN SUGGESTIONS VIOLA MAGGIE MOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

GARTDN • y , ?Iy,, Ririnn, 01f The nc PXla? t t.Farni r 'tý. Ltd.) VIOLA IJAGGIE MOTT. - This muist r16t 1b&econfusdd with the ordinary Violas as grown in Akistralia from seed. Maggie Mbtt is a "nahnid variety grown .from cuttings, aiid produces a fId'Wei 'th' size of a good Panisy; aid ?1ein'g '6ilbw from cuttings, eiei*y f~o' ,tier ,the samie color, Which is t? 6 sT iaad.s of blue-pale blide rti?ifihiig. to darkei bluie. This Wdrks i m :. iwell with any othier ?colI.. a:, an o0utside row. 'th i'fo'reYfii.k period is from Sii'ig .int'il Autumn, where summ'iWfr wferfing is available. Stable or rotted cow manure dug into the. soil increases the size a iicl, 8uati f floweirs. ENj iRmE '.OWDENII can be planted now. 'This large flowered pink Nerine is, I consider, the b?it and iiiost useful variety. It is a shadi: of pii6 k most people ad inire, produces large heads and fair-sized. individual flowers 'on lfi6g 'temis. Teiine" bulbs should not tie. comirletely buried; the heck f ...

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TUBBA RUBBA GOLD INTEREST GROWS IN PENINSULA FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

TUBBA RUBBA1 GOLD INTEREST GROWS IN PEN r INSUII, FIELD. Interest'.in ?Frankston,. and on the • Peninsula,: ccntinues to -grow regarding :news in recent is n~ of the. Standard. referring to gold revival -prospects at T u b b,a Rubba, near Frankston. This week, 'Mr., T. W. Hope; Carrum Downs, .visited the -Frank ston Standard office. r His father. a: noted mining engineer,- put up mining battery . equipment on many imnortant gold fields, in-. eluding . Walhalla. Mr. Hope is firmly convinced that there aie :great prospects of a rich.reef,:be iing found at. Tubba Rubba, if ex ploited by- a company With suf .ficient finance .at its dispg?al- to seek the gpld at the right depth, A pumping plant is essential p clear the -water; away. Mr. Hope has -had - a lot of ex-. perience of ' Tubba Rubba, and considers -t}e. -most li-?ly pot?~ where.. -the. .reef. will be struck eventually, is "-south of the- old: open cut, .where a Melbourne company: crushed many ..years ago, and iiear where a shaft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

"A" Grade ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR G. FARMER M.VLE.F.V. YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON, Opp. Sherlock and Hay.: . Phone: Frankston 50. .Private: Frankston 642. h" t .i R . W DONALD 576 BAY ST., FRANKSTON Phone 241 . THE LATEST We fit you to Overseas sma rt styles Metod in glasses that A. Lilt you are Used by H. SPICER OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN 540 BAY ST., FRANKSTON Phone F'ston 736 2 and at 134 Foster Street, DandAnong ii'" " TH LA ET.' " CARPETS FELTEX - LINOS - NEW SHIPMENTS FROM OVERSEAS Best Quality WILTONS and AXMINSTERS, Latest Designs PERSONAL ATTENTION TO ALL INQUIRIES JAMES & FOX Late CRAIGS & FORSTER CARPET CO.) to.114 HIGH ST., ARMADALE . 385 STATION ST., BONBEACH 1 Bile U 2479 Phones CHELSEA 85 <Oi.D CARPETS, CLEANED, ALTERED, RE-LAID M . Eu............... rN.......... L s..... SFRANKSTON SERVICE :RECAPPING - RETREADING - REPAIRS NEW TYRES AND TUBES. ? " FIRST CLASS. WORKMANSHIP * CORNER BEACH AND LEWIS STREETS ? (Through Railway Gates) ' Pc;,. Phone: 70...

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HOSPITAL YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

HOSPITAL YOUNGER SET * The -- WFrankstdf CommunitY Hospital Younger~. Set asks that aUl i::;raffle -:books- in connection .with?:then Radiogramr and nTeaset be. returned to the hon.' secre tary or any' members Cabo Aneld on the at 8 p~m a

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GOVERNMENT MONOPOLY (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

GOVERNMENT MONOPOLY I(To the Editor) Sir,-I have read the aiticle by ~Ir. G. L. Sowerbutts headed "Labor Welcomes Competition" in your issue of 20th inst., and congratulate his party on its new outlook. Or does he mean that sort of fair coinpetition given by Government bodies such as T.A.A: which pays no rates and taxes but recoup their periodical losses from the direct and in direct taxation ipaid by inidividii als, thus raising our living costs? And surely Mr. Sowerbutts does not pretend that. Socialilsm (Which his . party haS so long advochted) nrid .C6ifinTilism .are really opposed, for do they not seek. to attain substan'tially .the same end, although the means of attaining that. end may :be mnobr ihisiduous if less viole'it in the case of Socialism? I agree with Mri. .So: 'iOrbut's when he avers that the grasping hand of monopoly can .b1 seen: However, this is Government moinopoly, and if he. -can find any set-upi' midre inefficient, wasteful and hide-bound by red tapie than t...

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Let's Write a Letter TO GENERAL SIR DALLAS BROOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

Let's Write a Letter Ti GENERAL SIR DALLAS BiOOKS. Government House, Melbourne, Your Excellency, On behalf of cifizets. of the Cities of Moorabbin, Sandring. ham, Brighton, Mordialloc, and Chelsea, and the Shires of Fianktson and Hastings, and 'Mornington, we respectfully ex tend to you a warm-hearted Australian 'welcome. Whilst there are majdy in the community who consider that the time has arrived when Australians should be appointed to the various Governorships, even these will join in.. extend ing to you their sincerest good wishes for. a happy, long, and successful period of office as Governor of the State of Victoria. . ' With .the rapidly."changinig .picture of today's world, maybe it is ,.the best thata i,distinguished Englishman. should act as the direct representative. of His Majesty here. There are many reasons for that opinion. It is not necessary to stress them all here. But -one is the necessity for the strengthening of the bonds which bind 'us to the British Isles. We...

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[?]NGS CROSSWORD No. 49 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

IGS CROSSWORD No. 49 ANSWER TO CROSSWORD No. 48 Measure Cheeky (U.S.) . llodwink Chieftain DOWN Stop's An eagle Goodhye Scoundrel Sublime - Giush out Relief Watchful one Sorrows Polar hero German dam A friuit True Suffered nly a fobl doe this A bladderi Catchis Deiling with Ippeal UTnoN NEx K 32. Salute 34. Clear sky 38. Foundation 39. Part of throat 40. Urge 41. GC?ernoi '42. Rock d'ebIs 43. A freeman . 44. 'One. who yields, 45. Minerals 46. klcisurf 49. Fzye

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

aford Theatre dtieatre Phone: Chelit "1$ SADCT.TURDA OT 28 and 29 - LAUREN BACALL BOGART A t OnROSS FORD? 0 . NIIAAN t , NNATTAN ANGEL::,..- i ... bi for Ganeral Exhibitiol)" SEA NEWS NEsDAY, NOVEMBER 2 IEGLER - WEBSTER 1BOOTH . LAUGHING LADY Color by T )chnlcol"r). ultofble for Geuernl Exhlb 'ifbn .. BISHOP - GLORIA HENERY URES IN SILVERADO.:. IN TECIINICOLOUR. Sitable for General Exhibition). d SATURDAY, NOV. 4 and 5 " EAGAN - ELEANOR PARKER' .. OP THE TURTLE :Al Suitable for General ? xhilbitlon). .. ', ARKER - PATRICIA WHITE CK OF THE HESPERUS uitable for General Exhibition). RIAL aiid NEWS 4?,?**** c~c~cc~%k***?,?**? ?*?**** ·· . . .. . . . . .. - ..-- . .-- .- - .,. BEAUTY.SALON PHONE 21V (M, E. DARK) du "Terminue abd Railway) LNKSTONLONSDALE ST., DANDENNQ . LTALL PER. A! Jamia Am erican S. WAVING gercn Steam Wave, Comblnitlion?t' tt and Curly Cuts a Specialty. CHR Y SA? N T H EMUM S. Everybdcly's. favdurite and one 'of -the iost easily grown garden perelhnials.lasting? Well w...

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HONOUR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

HONQUR "CARDS Awarded' to Denise Catterick, Betty Endicott, P. Watts, Judith Wild, Christine Barlow, Joan Fitzpatrick, Barrie. Patterson; Julia Laven, Jill Hyde, Tony Morris, Jean Swale, Lorna Mol eIr, Irene Hinchcliffe, Margaret Lang, Max Rich, Margaret Ed mond, Lynette Douglas,' Barbara Thompson, Ke.Vir Tudor, Ma. garet: Weeks, Je Doherty, Bev erldy,. Horton,. Len Horton. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

PAGE 12.-THE STANDARD, hiursday. ucwouez .:, t 1 RITCHIES -.OF FRANKSTON LICENSED GROCERS:. Special Offer! ... . Stoned Dates . 1/3d. lb. Buy Now for Christmas Cooking No need to buy new / Lounge Suites or Carpet Our proved modern cleaning process on the spot in your own home restores your furnishings like new. LODIGE i CANPET CLEANING SERVICE '?aRe //1"/// 286 SURKE RO. A ll II PRATT'S ",!ELBRtY STORE 9 WEEKS TO CHRISTMAS SECURE YOUR. PRESENTS NOW WHILE VARIETY AND PRICE IS GOOD LAY-BY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE PHONE 22 OPPOSITE STATION N • - + 9'; .- " , I ..ll I -8 ,HANTON'S PHARMACY BAY STREET FRANKSTON S-PHONE :606 .-. .: ? D i.: 7 :. .? 1.y. a,;? t? , ; ERN. TROuTIMAN Humorous Entertainer at the piano : ,.. -:For.:---. Concerts, Socials, At. Homes ,.et Programmes Arranged. .". 1S Cairnmes.: Grove,. Bentleih. 5111u1

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NEWS AND VIE[?] LABOR PROTECTS THE PEOPLE PRIVATE ENTERPRISE ON TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

NEWS I AN1 I FROýlI FLINDERS CANDIhA LABOR PROTECTS THE PEOPLE. ,PRIVATE ENTERPRISE .ON - TRIAL. Labor is--looking forward con fidently to the verdict of the people; on December' 10th.:. Be 'ore the bar of putblic ..opiriion "on that day comes, not the socializa tion plank of the A.L.P. platform, but- the real defendant-Private Enterprise, which has. flagrantly failed to meet the people's needs. Liberal. Country counsel for. the defence having the most expen sive legal, advice, have adopted it without reservation. It is the advice of a famous barrister who read through a hopeless brief and ,wrote across it: "A No case "abuse plaintiff's attorney." ... Blood Brot'hers-Communism and Monopoly But the people cannot, be fooled all the time,: and many voters rea lise how little Big Business' has in common'with the free cdmpeti tion of independent business 'men. Last week, in this- column, we showed how Labor: sought to pro tect the community against these ruthless gangsters seeking.unlimi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

PAGE 10.-THE STANDARD, Thursday, October `7,X9 RON POTTON HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST Opening Again FRIDAY, 28th OCTOBER CR. PLAYNE AND YOUNG STREETS STAR :WRECKER'BUILDING The Premises formerly occupied by Ron Chipper, who has moved, to Station Street . r SEE S. FRANKSTON ELECTRIC SERVI -554 BAY ST., FRANKSTON IT'S TBl ED. PLANNED A CAREER IN MEDI. WRITES VERSE - CINE UNTIL THE COLLEGE DURING HER IIS DRAMATIC COACH HEARD SHETHINKSTHAIIF SHIM DEBATE. HE LEFT RIPON HAD NOT BEEN5 COLLEGE AFTER APPEARING TO HAVE MADE R IN SEVERAL" PLAYS, ENTERING FOR HER TO BE AM THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF SHE WOULD HAVE DRAMATIC ARTS IN NEW. WRITING ERIOUU * YORK. HIS FIRST PROFES SIONAL PART WAS IN "R.U.R.'" CREATED THE ROLET SECRETARY IN TIHE LONDON STAGE OFF1 OF "EDWARD, MY SHE APPEARED IN THE ROLE IN THE M*GvM MADE IN ENGLAND, WENT TO NEW YORKT PEAR IN THE PLAY. TREG.U.& PAT. 0FF. MOTOR BY I PAITTING - WASHING AND pOLlS S TA N F ISH PRIVATE ADDRESS: -guT. *S *1 . Orronrg Avenue T a0 g

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 27 October 1949

T -., aulauy, uctuer .i, 1U3.-PAGE 9. 'a i,1' i lery Store Pty. ltd. FOR ALL CLASSES OF WATCHES; CLOCKS AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 572 B.AY 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 RUSTINS SEE- , .. FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 Dandenong Road, Frankston. Phone 55. We Don't Broadcast It ! . But we find things out !! CORBETT' S (Late A.I.F.) Advice Given Free on Secret Divorce Investigations. Missing Friends Traced and Found. Persons Watched Day and Night 317 COLLINS STREET Cent. 1552 MCQUALTER SCHOOL SDressmaking, Cutting, Designing | * CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY Mechanics' Hall, Frankston * Hours: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. FULL PARTICULARS GIVEN AT CLASS * F P U ' G A CLASS Y...

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