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Debs. Charmed 900 At "Ball Of The Year" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

"Bat . O . 'The ,..Year" In. a prcsentation acclaimed by 900 people as one 6of the loveliest, Parramatta has seen, 17 pretty debutantes, wearing tradi tional white gowns, made their bow to the General Officer Commanding Eastern Com nand, fLat.-General F. H. Berryman, C.B., C.B.E.,1DS.O., and Mrs. Berryman, at the brilliantly successful Parramatta Hospital Ball; held at the Rivoli last Thursday night. The girls were presented by Mrs. Roy Turton, wearing "one of the most striking of the many beautiful gowns' which graced the evening, fashioned from . black net. embroidered with beaten-silver thread, over American Beauty chiffon. The 'debs. and their partners, in the order of their presenta tion, were:-Shirley' Rush and George McDonald; Joyce Che sham and Ronald Morrisey; Nerida Reynolds and • Rbnald Shepherdson; Betty Starkey-and William Simpson; June Carpen ter and John Mathews; Maureen Lane and Patrick Foley; "Betty Malcolm and Keith Ashley; Joyce Fletcher and Walter Keogh; Valerie ...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Talented P.M.S. Singer Celebrates 21st Birthday [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

.Talented P.M.S. Singer Celebrates 21st Birthday Mr. and Mrs. C.. Rodd, of Wentworthville, entertained 90 guests at a'coming-of-age party held recently at Wentworth ,ille Masonic HaIl in honor of their youngest daughter, Col leen. Mrs. Rodd wore black crepe with a corsage of pink carna tions. The guest of honor's gown was of sky blue taffeta worn with matching gloves and a halo of pink rosebuds.... Colleen, who possesses an unusually beautiful voice, is a member of Parramatta Musical Society and recently won con siderable acclaim for her per formance as Wanda in the So ciety's production/ of "Rose Marie." 'Many members of the, Musi cal Society were present at the party, and guests enjoyed some delightf~d musical entertain ment between dancing .and games. Shirley Austin and Colleen each sang a bracket of two songs and later a duet ("They Didn't Believe Me"). Nancye Granger and tenor Johan Kuy oers also sang a duet, the popu lar ."Look For The Silver Lining," from ".Sally". Colleen's ...

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Baby Health Centre [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

Baby Health Centre Mor than 760 ,babies were treatec at Merrylands h'?ably Healtih Centre duriig, lastmonth, the Centre Committee told Hol royd Council, last week. New enrolments totalled 23, and the centre was open for 21 days, the committee said.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

" ". Magnificent Swiss Relide' Wrist Watches Now in Parramatta, at Astra : ' Jewellers: Ladies' &a Gent's 15 and 17 JeweL High Preci. sion Swiss Movement Watches ' o ANTI-MAGNETIC S.SHOCKPROOF S:: WATER-PROTECTED Housed in beautiful modern Swiss craftsmen.- See them and marvel at' the low prices. ' ; ''' ;·;·.;···;;::::i ~ :: ' ... ... - :15' Year Guarantee 12 months Unconditional Free Service includes replacement of Smain spring, oiling arid adjusting. ..8.CARRLTY EXPRAAF PROP. 71"- MACQUARIE STREET, PARRAMATTA S . versatile .. . in° the latest SAmerican French designs S .-. . . s SO mar Or e y occa SIO This 2-piece . "is An French Seer sucker, or English Cotton. Note the beauti fully cut jacket, . tned with' Broddrie Anglaise. Famous for C rtesy and Service " | 259ii7 A}CHURCH :.:ST.,. PARR AMATTA. PRESENTATION GOODS you'll be proud to present for ? WEDDINGS SBIRTHDAYS SSTAFF GIFTS are available in a fine display at Parramatta's best prices. At 'ARTHUR HERFORD "The Leather...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

q..r-. - - ,. )..... I* it-. ....... ........... I' '4y • .... .h.P..ce ......149/15", WEELY---- o yar GUARANTEE WEEKLY , I . . IWeekly terms from 16/2 __ TERMS 7 FROM - -I 64cu. ft. model in gas or . . NT electric ...£102/15/- W el 8itcu. ft. modl sealdl Iem -i£21 .2 e l 4 - cu f. apciy..../ / u..... "qpac ty, Or new De Luxe Model .... £ 2 0/ cap?city. Prices from £122 T liMS iKiY i .. __ . &W.REFRIGERATORS~ Ifls Wely Terms from 1 cu f caaciy Csh ric -ese Priced from R - ~ Every Friday, 2SM - 9 p.m. "fr.om 13 iii!i~ii 7 cuf capacity Weekly _ Cah Price, 19/10/- -~ -hIGE City Address: ~'' oft Sj 3rd Floor, Piccadilly Arcade, a oIce '~ei, g o 139 Costlereagh St., a efe on4,~ top -SYDNEY - MA7l99 . ?1e ( 4 -v.•.*..1'

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£½-MILLION FOR HOMEBUILDERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

£½-MILLION FOR HOMEBUILDERS Northern District? Co-opera *tive Building Societies announces' that additional finance to the extent of £500,000 has been ar ranged to0 assist`. applicants who desire home finance .in the metropolitan., area of Sydney. Interest is at the rate of 4 per cent. per annum and advances may be repaid over either a 30 year term or a 22-year term. Persons desiring finance should make immediate application to'. the Society at :32a Langston Place, Epping, 'phone WM 1221. -:In addition, the Society has for sale at 2/9 each, booklets of at tractive home designs most suit able to co-operative building society. members.

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JUNIORS' £18,000 FOR RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

JUNIOR S' £18?000 FOR, RED. CROSS Junior.. Red .Crose branches raised £'18,000' for Red Cross funds duriinig the:. year': ended 'June .30 . last, the, I honorary tre~asurer of the N.S.W. Divi sion-of the Red Cross Society i(Mr' R. ,'V Fraser): annouined at the diveisional council ni?iet ing last wee k.

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STRESSES NEED FOR ADDITIONAL TRAFFIC BRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

STRESSES NEED 07 FOR ADDITIONAL TRAFFIC BRIDGE Mr. E. C. Rumsey,. at a meet ing of Parramatta Chamber of Commerce last week, stressed. the need for another : traffic bridge across Parramatta River within the City :area . The Mayor, Alderman E. A. Mobbs, who was guest speaker at the meeting, agreed with Mr. Rumsey that Smith Street was the most suitable site for the bridge. He said he was opposed to sug gestions that the' bridge should cross the river at the end of the proposed new street. "We must preserve this new roadway as a domestic street," Alderman Mobbs added.

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

- .:' ý ý ý. - I * \.. .r, ·v,. CONGRATULIATIONS to Pamn Charleston, of Oakleigh Avenue, Granville, who, .with -only, 12: mo.nths' experience in piano forte, gained: 77 marks and a certificate of .merit at the City of Sydney Eisteddfod in the 10 years. and under, section last week. Next MEETING of Parramatta C.W.A.. Younger Set is at 7.30 p.m., :next 'Tuesday, October, 3, at the C.W.A. Rooms, Macquarie Street. The senior branch's monthly meeting falls on the following Friday: October 6, at 2 p.m. -ELTON WARD. PICTURE shows Mr. E. F. Bartlett, manager of Ashleys, asking Mrs. Roy Turton to present a cheque for £136/19/6, proceeds from their 1950 spring fashion. parades, to Parra matta Hospital on Ashleys' behalf. Shown on extreme left is president of P.D.H. Board of Directors, Alderman P. H. Jeffery, who accepted donation and earlier received another cheque' for 100 gns. from Mr. G. C. Gollan, M.L.A., dona tion of proceeds from "Roe Marie" season by Parramatta Musical Society.. Presen...

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JUNIOR CRICKET FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

JUNIOR - CRICKE T FIXTURES "The following are the 'fixtires and unipires for the next round of jiunior cricket: A GRADE. .: St. George v Holroyd (Cartwright and Histon); Merryland United , Rangers (copearMn and: Topfer); Wenty V Wentworth (E. Bennett and' C. Bennett); Westmead' v Gr. Bapt, (Chapman andt. Martin).' . A RESERVE. ,. P.H. End. v ::B- Hills; H.. Auto v Wallaroos (Prlirnifi. and 'McAdam). Shamrocks v 'Kelburn .(Bell and Nicholson); Gooayear" y M.B.O.B. (Wall and Spooner).' . . 1, x .4. 1. Seven Hills v St. V.O.B. (Gallen); Bonds v Marsden Pk. (Boyce); Wan.'. derers v Bunr arrih,': (Sansom, J).: B1, DIV 2. ' C.Y.M. v Merrylands .Social (Ba!. dock and Adams); Merrylands C.YS, V. Gr. Centrai. . ,%ager utnu .avve'y, Lake Parramatta v Carlingford li-cud ,._, *ou,, son); ; nayu ll ere, bye. B2, DIV. 1. Kelburn v, H. Auto (Clarence)? Wenty. Jrs, v Holroyd (Naylor); Rangers v P.R.S.L. (Murphy and Raleigh) ; Riyerssue v Westmead (Carlyon and 'E. .T Smith). B2, DIV. 2. ' Bruntons v...

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade ST. GEORGE v. RANGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

IIA ' 19N / A Grade ST. GEORGE V. RANGERS Won by Rangers on 1st innings by 21 runs. 1st innings Rangers, 123. 1st innings St. George, 102 (J.' Lindsay 68, W. Matheson 3-23, A. Kelly 4-40). 2nd. innings Rangers, 7-116 (G. Hennessey 33, H. Mitchell 27, J. Lindsay 3-39). IIOLROYD. v.- WLSTMEAD Wbn by Holroyd on 1st innings. 1st innings Holroyd, 103. 1st innings Westmead, 97. 2nd innings Holroyd, 3-48. A Reserve WALLAROOS v. P.H. ENDEAV OURERS Won by Wallaroos outright. 1st innings P.H. Endeavourers, 9-87. 1st innings Wallaroos, 8-173. 2nd innings P.H. Endeavourers, 7-76. BAULKHAM HILLS v. GOODYEAR .Won by Goodyear by innings and 22 runs. 1st innings Baulkham Hills, 55. 1st innings Goodyear, 192. 2nd innings Baulkham Hills, 115 (McBurney 55). KELBURN v. HOWARD 4UTO Won by'-,Howard ;Alto outright. :lst innings Kelbuirn, 39 (Loftus 5-10): 1st innings Howard Auto, 90 (Sparshot 5-24), .Baker 22. Bolton 21). 2nd innings Keliburn, 94 (Strah ron 32, A. Hyslop. 5 19). 2nd innings,- : Cowai :Aut...

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League Club Holds "Victory Dance" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

League Club Holds I Victory Dance" The M:.ayor of. Prramatta (Ald. E.' . Mobbs). presented .trophies Splayers: o f East 'rPanfamatta _Junior, 1ugby Leadgue Football u. iriers of the?- 195: 0 C and Grade district. iaomdetition, at ict oryKdance 1ix Toritmead rog S l11 or . Saiurday' eight. 7'Thev: gade teams played brilliant football to wii~::'he grand finals of the competition at :Fairfield :Oval during .the after noon. I?-t was the first year of g rde comietition play for thD?:: Grade team. .'. .Pr entatioins driý ee. o " ade by :r. Jack iArgent, president of Parramatta Rugby League Club, Mr. Ben Morris, secretary of the Junior League, and Mr. Guillet, president of East Parra matta I Club. Players later m nade a presen tation to'- -Mr. Gillett, and the coach, Mr. T. Moyes, ' The' ladies' social` committee provided an excellent supper during the evenipg.

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From Paddock To Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

From Paddock To Punter S(By Harry Quigley) Chief drawcard at Randwick on Saturday ir, of course, the Epsom. Acceptances include six from. Rosehill-Pennali, Sir Marcher, Tea Towel, King's Flight, Wiranya and Sunny Marsh. Probably only Pennali and Tea Towel will start. SFor a warm favorite, *Pennali, in the Flying Handicap last Saturday, was a disappointment, and he will meet a more for midable bunch in the Epsom. Prior to Saturdar's race, trainer Des McCormick, in reply to a query regarding his horse's pros ipets,: said, "I'm very hopeful," and he will probably be feeling the' same when:the Epsom field goes on to the' track. Last Thursday'Pennali got over four furlongs in; 50 on the Rose-, hill course proper, but some local trainers thought he might have done bette; Ori the track he gets away to a flying start, whereas in his races he jumps off flat-footed, which is a handi cap to a horse that is not a good beginner. But on Saturday, at seven: furlongs, :he was close enough t6 :'the ...

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PROMISES BETTER BUS SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

PROMISES BETTER   BUS SERVICE A deputation from Dorothy St. Progress Association, South     Granville, recently discussed sug- gestions for improved bus ser- vices in the area at a conference with a local bus proprietor. The proprietor, Mr. W. H. Phil- lips, agreed to run extra buses during off-peak periods, between Granville railway station and Ferndell Bridge. He pointed out that several extra buses, not listed on the time - table, were already in operation.   Mr. Phillips said he would put in operation extra buses from Granville station on Saturday nights, leaving at 12:21 a.m., and at 11 p.m. on Sunday nights. He also agreed to consider pro- posals to start a bus from Fern- dell Bridge at about 5.40 a.m during week days. The association at its last meeting decided to thank Mr. Phillips. The meeting also decided to again urge the P.M.G: Depart- ment to install a public telephone at the corner of Dorothy and Everley Streets.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 27 September 1950

IN MEMORIAM               OWERS. — In loving memory of our dear Son, and Brother, Clifford,     A.I.F., accidentally killed in New Guinea, September 27, 1945; Dad, Mother, Sister and Brothers. ENGAGEMENT HOWLETT - CLARKE. — The engage- ment is announced of Rose, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Clarke, of Robertson Street, Gran- ville, to Reginald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Howlett, of       Merrylands.                                  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

FOR SALE (RADIOGRAMS. Kriesler, Gulbran sen. Western, etc., from £28/19/6; trade-ins occepted. Easiest of, easy terms. Western Piano House, 73 Macquaric. St.. -Parramatta. Ring UW648-. WE SELL FOR LESS: Chine cabi nets, l?adlight or plain glass, glass shelves and mirror back, £13/7/6, £17 and £19 10/-. Cash or tetms. Prentice Furniture Exchange, 21 23 Philip St., Parramatta. iDOLLS, DOLLS. DOLLS. Imported dolls. etc. Ah dolls have model frocks on. Plastic sleepers from 15/-. £'s under city prices. This .display by A.. C; Products every Friday. from 9 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Over Steward's Shoe Store, 180 Church St.. Parramatta. UJ40'il. XMAS CARDS: Parramatta Series. St. John's. O!d Govt. House. King'. School (2?, Elizabeth Farm. St. Patrick's. exclusively etched by Douglas Pratt, set of 6. 3/-. Cum berland Newspapers Ltd., I.ac ousrie Street. Parramatta. WE SELL FOR LESS. We offer an extensi;'_ r.mle of rquality new beddIdng..4 ', innersprings £11/15/, 4 v" .?na :."' -?-1'157, £18/10/., ...

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TWO HURT IN COLLISION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

.TWO .HURT IN Jto yo'bthjs we4 #:ed when the motor cycle they were riding collided with a car at..the corner of Pennant Hills Road: anid Tin terni Avenue, Carlingford, last week. SThey are Keviri Shean' (20), of Aird Street, Parramatta, pillion rider on. the- motor cycle, arind Edward Stunt (20); of Rosehill Street, Parramatta, rider of the cycle. Shean was later treated at Pari'amatta District Hospital for abrasions to the legs. and hands. Stunt, who was also treated at the !hospital, .received abrasions. to the face and legs, The Mayor obf Parriamatta (Ald. E. A. Mobbs) will attend an, interstate public convention in (Melbourne in November, sponrsored by the Australian Council of Local Govemmerit Associations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

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"Who Composed Brahms' Lullaby?" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 4 October 1950

: Bralthms' Lullaby?" i Revived after several years by; jijpil r~eqist; Murray SBros? :2OHi C6ninunity- Show met witi k:entiiisiaistic, welcome i froin-· . ~ ra..rw d h:x ouse at.Par Sramiatta:-.CityHaiWilast:: F4iday. Compnred&:h by. popular, live :wire Walter' Elliott:. (2CHU dise ?jpckey.); with: equally: popular George :Brown.. at -the-:riano, the show: moved': along, briskly,- pro 'viding: exellent" .ente~tainment and{,plenty. of' hilarity.- fdr the ggood-naturedE audience. " SFeaturedC artists.: were. vocalist imp?rsonator:, Am:y .R?olchelle, and comnedian r:Buster ?oble. :M :mbeirs:of f.L.Eramatta::: 2CH "Happy nimp.anions" Club served~!teas· :aude refreshments, Sproceeds:..f I wu i whrick- will: go ;t-ia.rramatta:?Distlist.?H~spital: .Stage 'decorationse featured' ani attractive display of "Jeldi" chenille housegowns and b.ed~ spreads stocked by Murray. Bros. SFourteen ,prizes, includingi nylon stockings,. 'ch~eolates,: grdocries. and flowers: were, iawarded to "luck...

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