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MRS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

away at Avenue, had not Some time Her pa Mrs. W1 earty set( Langearp Sanmeretilt daughter The an( ber 21, a tert. tef servtce at burial st Mlessrs ronduartl

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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GOLF GYMKHANA MENZIES HOME FOR BOYS SCORES £230 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

GCLF GYMKHANA 1MENZIES HOME FOR BOYS SCORES £230 On Friday, October 21, ?the lovely. Peninsula ;Gblf Club.lihks was the setting .for .the:.Penin= sula , Associates'. :Charity'. Day: This 'took the..form ofa .Golf Gymkhana, 'and there were re cord.entries in all events. SMembers ' of: the Menzies Home for Boys' Auxiliary served luncheon and early iorning tea. The well-laden stalls did brisk business all day. Yeoman service was. - rendered on the . wheel by. Messrs. John son, Barber, Whittaker" and Price. Bridge' fornied a very popular pastime for those who did not wish to play golf. All helpers and stall holders "did a magnificent. job and although "flat out," they had a very happy day with a marvellous £230 result. Members of the Auxiliary ex press thanks .and appreciation to members and the committee of the Peninsula Associates - rilso to the following for money donations and gifts in "kind: Messrs. C. Bell, Whittaker, Meol lard, Eadie, Austin, .Eggleston, Leslie, Stockman, Johnson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

"`"' " A" Grade " :ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR G. FARMER M.E.F.V. YOUNG STREET; FRANKSTON, Opp. Sheilock and Hay. Phone: Frankston 50. . Private: Frankston 642. R. W. McDONALD :576 BAY ST., FRANKSTON Phone 241 THE. LATEST. iJ e fit you to Overseas s m art styles Methods : in glasses that " suit you. are Used by * H. SPICER : OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN ,-540 BAY ST., FRANKSTON Phone F'ston 736 and at 134 Foster Street, Dandvnong " CARPETS - FELTEX - LINOS 13zf. ?NEW SHIPMENTS -FROM OQVEIRSEAS Sl', Best Quality WILTONS and AXMINSTE'RS, Latest Designs .'t . PERSONAL. ATTENTION TO ALL INQUIRIES L i- " . JAMES & FOX. " Late CR AIGS :& FORSTER CARPET CO.) :W11,C HIGH ST., ARMADALE & 385 STATION ST., BONBEACH. t rt: U 247FJ Phones - CHELSEA '85 t. qi(j .[ CAR PETS, CLEANED, ALTERED; 'RE-LAID " FRAKSTON SERVICE ,:.R. RECAPPING -- RETREADING - REPAIRS -NEW- TYRES AND TUBES . . F'-IRST, CLASS WORIKMIANSHIP - : CORNER ;BEACH A .ND LEWIS .STREETS r . . (Throuigh. Railway Gates) ...

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BOWLS FRANKSTON CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

BOWLS . FRANKSTON CLUB;, Last Saturday saw. a ?:-good number of bowlers on the green but the going was very heavy. After some strenuous play, R. Saunders, C. Bilton and Apthorpe ran out winners in the spoon competition. . The match which was to have taken place last Wednesday was a washout.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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GARDEN SUGGESTIONS DAHLIAS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

GARDEN (py J. W. BR1phiins, of The Or mond. Plant Farm:, Pty. Ltd.) DAHLIAS At :tle begjnping.of November, we .bebgiin .to .thipc-:about Dahlias for 14qtumP .flo.werig, and - I have no hesitation in saying that for the last few yearp there have been more ; Dahlliaps,planted in this .country '.than' Jises, or in faqt, any -other i.autumn peren nial -,plant. The I'popularity of Dahlias'is probably owing to the ease with which they are grown, and -to the .big display of flow ers ;tey .give in a :few months. Most. people interestedin flowers are -after somethng -new, and in Dahlias they will flind all the charige they want, as more new varieties cone ,ovt -yearly than of. any, other 'plant.; I do not say - they are. all .good or all worthy of recognition .'and prob .ably,,some of'them ,are not im 'provements on :those which have gone.before. -Unfortunately, Dah lias .are .apt;.to lose- their vigor ous .:constitution, aand .to use the ,horticultura:l':term ,. .'-"run out," which is. to- ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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WELL! WHAT ABOUT BOYLE? WHO'S STOPPING FRANKSTON FOOTBALL CLUB? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

WE;LL,! WHAT ABOUT BOYLE ? WHIO'S STOPPIN', ,: NKAlSTON * FOOTBALL CLUB?' -i'Wliat ;abouit .tBoyle? He's as great 'atplayer'as Coleman. , Why not do soinethtiig, for hin?, too? .Two years ago. he.:was a 17-year told boy' with Frankston Juniors. Look `where he',: is today. Do something, for' him,' too!" This, and moire, was shouted long and loud last week, at the M.P.F.L. annual dinner, by genial Frarikston Football Club secretary (Mr. Ray Downlile). .There is no doubt that young Alex Boyle's rise' in the football world has been both amazing a11(nd meteoric with Oakleigh Football Association team, and the proud claim of his legion of admirers that Boyle is the. only player in Victoria who has' effectively and consistently quietened and spoiled the goal-scoring records and repu tations . (for. those particular matches) of. John' Coleman (not long before he became the possi bly greatest Victorian League for ward of ;all time) and also lion Todd, League and Association champion forward,...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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CRICKET FRANKSTON BLACKS v. IMPERIALS (Played at Frankston) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

FRANKSTON : BLACKS v. IMPERIALS (Played at Frankston) "Frankston --- First innings, 80 S. Peters not out 11, S. Evans not out 10, R. Denham 4, C. Dav enport, 0,, M. Watt, 9, R. Avery 27, M. Mesley 0, J..Haynes 3, G. Thornell 4, F: Griffiths 1, P. Dav enport 6):. Imperials. First innings; 70 (L. Games '3, A.. Avery 6, R. Dickes. 10, R, Wagstaff 0, R. Gar ner 17, W. Campbell 4, G. Dickes 17, I..Campbell 0, S. Crook 2, W. Herring 2, M.:Edwards not out 2). Bowling: J. {aynes 2 for 18, R. Denham 1 for 11; R. Avery 3 for 11, S. Peters 4 for 12. (Game unfinisihed). Frankston Reds. v. High School. High.School:.? First innings, 37. Frankston Reds. - First inn ings, 60 (J.3 C ss 14, J. Smale 14, J. Whyte .l11,, H. Davey 0, G. Parr 3, L. Lockwood 0, B. Gloury 1, J. O'Brien-7, T; Williams 1, .L. Huniiiter not ,oit:o 0, M. Delaney not,; out O?;.BGloury 2. for 2, rEii.tei'2for,93 Whyte 0-for, 8, 5 C ss 2.fo Y,.H. HDavey3, *.for :~~i~~atr y ~R * :--;~. :

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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About Racing [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

About Racing ?IF Parkdale light weight, Bert Hall, who :has been riding in Adelaide during .the past couple of months, has . returned "home. Bert -rode three winners during his sojourn in South Australia, but he says he is, glad .to be back home. It is bad luck for young ap prentice . Charlie Wayniouth to. lose the ride on Chicquita on whom he won six races in succes sion. 'It wasn't because of his handling 'of. the filly jthat he, lost the ride. The reason. 'was? that Chicqiuita's. connections consider ed :that the lad might not' be' strong 'enough to hold the filly back in the field in .Oal? Stakes. Another reason is that, with -the weights she will get in races from now on,: it would," niean -putting up a lot of 'deadc weight with such a light .boy ,as Waymouth: on her back. Cecil Humphries,' trainer of Royal .Tan and Corobin, -will fly: back :-to New Zealand - this week.- ' ". :Jockey . Colin Wilson 'will .ac :ompatiy. the horses back as .soon s shipping space ,is available.. I ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Let's Write a Letter TO THE VICTORIAN RAILWAYS COMMISSIONERS— [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

LetI I'W te a Letter TO" L:THE VICTORIAN I.AIIWAYS' COMMISSIONERS- Sirs, :We:;risk being: classed- as- boring by again returning to the attack re the uneconomic, dangerous, mid-Victorian rail way gates' across the State's busiest higiiway at Moorabbin Railwuay' Station..For: years ,we have" drawn attention to- this butof course nothing has happened. We are not prone to re-' ferring to' the menace of Bureaucracy. But here is a glaring example if ever there' was* one, the electors being treated like. so many cattle. . Every day, including Sundays, road traffic is held up for unjustifiably long periods at these gates.. It is bad enough to have the gates -closed minutes before a train arrives, but it is even worse wheni the train (and quite often trains,' two one. way, one the other) has passed, and the gates still re main closed until the official on duty' deigns to stroll across to the .medieval apparatus to open them up. SRecently we witnessed two lines of cars reaching back past- Mo...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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SELECT[?] (Prior to [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

SELE (Prior 0 i Batwan a ACm DICE th Flean P.a GAL -in S011 e R FREE eat c, a t comice DELTA we IRON an .R.C. r vi BENtVO a STAR Ii J. A )k unt WVORR c PARO 14 t YOUNG twe ST. LL bei EL TO was AJANN Inc Final la pol LINCO VAST to ROYAL, liza, we ST. L and their andI Standing the Aen was a Is More I It eas the in the Ca a non-sb nie, was not P: l few da ghan, e"w back Io D 2. as ever. ay The la ed.Ta going a ton, C ing up atest sp nship utside n , 2. proach, Ladies 17 50 feet b, 2. he couM . Beas per hand alleus vas a . Well showed ds, W. iold his hem up Shirle

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FREE ENTERPRISE (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

FREE ENTERPRISEL .' (To the Editor). : Sir,--In your, issue of October 27th, it is strange to read Cbl. Ryan, Liberal, supporting private enterprise and Ir. R. E. Wilson condemning , it as,- a.. ''flagrant failiure" SUirely tlhere' miist be some confusion of definition.--. * To'?lime, '/private' enterprise. re presents the '* former,i shopkeeper, builder,, etc. Most oft them. are inh a very'small' way and de'seiv ing. of every encouragement,: par ticularly in a' periodl of econo mic' "risis. Sulpport has beii fiee ly given-them by the Labor 'Gov .ernnent,,very rightly and wisely. Wool. w heat, butter, etc., are of suich importance, 'that ,eveiy-: one feelg, the impact when things: are no good in that quarter."' Our. national prosperity is, de penrdent on them and similar com modities, and .therein lies' the chief-argument in favour of l'a tionialisationi of Banking, and.one not yet. fully brought forward' by Labor candidates. .Private Banks. are, forced to foreclose on. farmers .-an...

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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

. ý _ I tlý +ýlnlnullnmtnnl.1 nn umrr lalnWnll mmN)ll~l l 'ROUNDUP . miUJUUU UJJti; kfllUUUUUS Ufitl 111 ll l U1 oor Bowls were con d resulted the yiung Opm defeat o final, and at the hot the grand a grand and thor victory. vsplendid t'Sports A. I 16 to 10, unted for contested 14 to 13. iween Mr as a titanic being in was bowled lucky win point -14 to meet the liza, in the were very and in this their best and ran out g 16 points ccess of this well for the the Season. George anle, 2. ip: Mrs. C. ghan, 1; Pat Ray Downie, ed Taylor, 1; ton, C. Cau onship: W. d, 2. Ladies' Aux b, 2. . Beach, Mrs alleus, J. E. .Wells, Mrs. s, W. Parkin Shirley Jones , 1; June way, 2. rs. Schmidt, tell, I; John ip: Minors e, Shirley ht, Marjorie or, J. E. Sor Team (Miss McLeod, W. ay, C. West al and pre es will take ember 4, at ds are cord attend, and to bring a

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[?] CROSSWORD No. 50 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

S CROSSWORD No. 50 twinh priest nitedony ItOWN chinle urt her nished hated ut Mlen s~tirig rack ttw art the pded elhskehtere" ANSWER TO CROSSWORD No. 49 26. Rims 28. Colour 30. Soon 33. Dizziness 34. Exhaust 36. Ofren 37. Eadily read 410. 'o no 42. 1I'hr04 epbpOtl .44. Dttb 415 ow TiN-NgxV WEEK ::-:.. EE- . ., 1 llllIIII ' w I' ii ma n -.·r ··l;ili

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[?] ACTIVITIES [?]ETE") [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

ACTIVITIES TE") ther was fine eaty condition Pic Park caus t of the openu. track compe ared that tihe too torn up oldlng of fur. st front the he on Tturs Divel to con athon Club etton at the Club season. earl of March by for annual adonated by is event will s to see btes in ac-. theIr formn. orated by blr. ahle the club recnt. of eli vents and performlainces of- club lmembllers. I)clegntes Ilnter-Clhb Sports IReport It was noticed :froli the* dele gates' fine report,' compiled,, by Murray Davidson, that Frank ston's suggestion for starting b)locks on tio small oval and the .Iplrovement of the outside lanie at Olympic Park had been carried out. - The band of ladies, nalely, Mesdamles R. Downie, E." Stone, A. Heron, and Misses E. and, V. Gavin, who provided afternoon tea at the recent track trials, were duly thanked for- their splendid Work. 'b special meeting lof all mem bers is t9 be held in the football 3avilion tonight (Thursday, -Nov. 3), at 8 o'clock, to discuss a:imat ler bextr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

aford Theatre j Theatre-phone: Che SATURDAY, NOV. 4 and 5 GAN ,ELEANOR PARKER i OF THE TURTLE-. ab for General E lxhibiton) . :. KE PATRICIA WHITE . OF THE HESPERUS : able for General E, ifbltion)." IAL and NEWS FSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 ?MOLKA - DEREK FARR, P AT SLY CORNER ALLS - CAROL RAYE. , :, HIE I LIVE t Sutable for General Exhibition. NEWS : SATURDAY, NOV. 11 and 12 : SIN THE SUN PECK- JENNIFER JONES . - (Adults Only).. - ' is, Featurettes, Serial, Cartoon , and News , . . . . .•mm m m m " W N E N N M " u Y SALON PHONE 211.: minus and Railway) KTON-LONSDALE ST.; DANDENONG SALL PERM, WAVING :' American Steam Wave. Combnatlon.. y Cut a Spectatty. :C H R Y S AN T HE M U M S. Everybody's favourite and one of the -most easily grown garden perennials, lasting .well when cut and 'covering a long flowering leriod in the garden.' : Twelve good decoratives in clude- .: '. A. J. WHITCHER, chestnut and gold; . * -'"' SCRIMSON CAVEL,;' bronzy crimson; GLADYS BRILL, a fine white; SLORD- SOMERS, ig...

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MORE TAXIS FOR FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

MORE TAXIS FOR FRANaKSTON The Transport Board this, week; granted, three .:new. taxi licences for Frankston, to. O. J;..Olsen;, R. Zenner, and: Douglis Taxi Service. I(one extra)'-. -

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HIGH SCHOOL FULL COUNCIL SUGGESTS ADJUNCT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

HIGH SCHOOL FULL COUNCfL SUGGESTS ADJUNCT Cr. Alden said at Fridaz's' Council meeting that Frankatunn. High School was so full that oniy: a limited number of children..cotld' be accepted there this years A. number of displaced persons' childreni would add to the conges- tion. He moved that the High Schoolm Advisory Council be written to, and asked for suggestions as' to... how the position might be reliev ed. He suggested; if the building" could not be extended, that "an. adjunct should be procured- in Frankston. This was seconded: by. Cr. KIlauer. and carried.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

on IAm1 alM anN a n a a Is Em E.- a en M - m a m ?mmmw- -m u FOR FRESH' MILK, .g - ,1-.1. 1f AF'IERNOONi TEAS4, -. . TL |ME MAIE' CAKES; II The WATTLE CAFE S536 BAY STREET. Frankston 37. mma s a m iam e man a n ma s w M US m m It a n ummrmm'm aMmmiff . UN NU E E , E .- M-. .E E : . E .' ' ,i STEaxis RING FRANKSTON?1'I45: 10 CARS NOW AVAILABLE ::: 1 McCOMB'S MOTORS .(Gawley & Johnston) O PPOSITE THE STAiON, FRANKSTON ,, 1- " ;' • ' . " 'W ' 1V *T',I < - I I ?- A" "W AN TE J I!.i * . irw ' i r l ·l -E A "B -FURNISHED PREMISES To Let FOR SUMMER SEASON GEO. :.. A U STIN : . . ESTATE' AGENT FRANKSTON:??: " Tel. 1 and 780 ;.*' · .:-·.-.- .·r^^ ^^ ^^ ^* ^^ ^^ ^^^ To' ,T ish the joys o Crstas.. Call in -and ~make your Selection S-from' " ;' our 1, Large and Exclusive Range mas Cards SThese Cards are Supplied 44 , !t> f Printed with the senders name. and address for a few pence - more'then.ordinary c Rds. Book early and sonie disappoint" Lý * ý "' ment. OBTAINABLE ONLY ...

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The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE FEATU[?] COMM[?] Editorial Thursday, November 3, 1949. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

__A ?G Ef- FEATI EditoitcaI .Thursdayi November 3. 1949. 1 ,.iThere is much backirg.-and filling in regard to the issues S:a thtle A1949 F&derial Eletions.: Whilst apparently astute Party iaranageiL' take up ari'd discard' issues almost daily-socialisa. tion,.i medical benefits, petrol, coimmunism, and' what-hav oyo-the iltemwe .consider tihiemost important of all, up until no no istlbeing. ti'eated withi'idlsdiiiii Maybe this is because it: Screat6s :no avenues for-character assassination, S The issue at" this* lectioin should be "DECENTRALISA. TION ON A NATION-WIDE SCALE." The Party which sub mits -definite proposals: (and they miust be very definite, and not: just :'electionwpromises") should be returned to power. The puny efforts'at Decentralisation are a standing dis grace ''and unless the electors take some definite action at this. election, then: they. .will: remain so. .. .Whilst to a gre at extent Decentralisation is a State mat ter?'a :National lead. fromnh Canberr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949

STIlE STANDARD, Thursday, November. 3. 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 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 FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 Dandenong Road, Frankston. . Phone 55. We Don't . Broadcast I But we find things out ! I COR B E TT'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 Dressmaking, Cutting, Designing CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY " - Mechanics' Hall,. Frankston . Hours: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. - :FULL PARTICULARS GIVEN AT CLASS - ...

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