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DANGER—MEN AT WORK [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
AT WORK (By "Democrat") No printed signs are hung out for the benefit of passing traffic when the .Federal Executive 1dof the Australian Labor Pditf? is?'ir session: But any politi.cal, .ob" server: could trace .the., warning that formhed on the, spring..air of-- .Canberra : recently:.:. The, Prisie Mlininister himsel'f-~idid',, the sky-writing after the A. .P. had conferred: on election :tactics.: The -"message foi -, the nation :Cauition!: ; Men :of. Reasonable Ingenuity ,at' Work :. .: That -is the meaning o f the carefully prepared answers given by :Mr. :Chifley` to tho e who -ask if Labor .:is -'set orn gioing thruglxh with its. policy of :natidonalisaition.. : Mr: Chifley .' makes. two 'state ments in reply. The first is that Labort, will act only .vithin :the limits of .:the ' Constitution:. The secbnid:: isý that Labor - wouild .apply "niationalisation,; socialisa tion. or w-:'hat ever you call' it" only. to ,those public utilities wlhich, :.ihthe opinion. of the partyf', we...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Youth Service and Badge Presentation [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
SPItESU'T.IHIIAN -nCHUC - Youth Service and Badge . Presentation. A P.F.A. Youth Tea was held in the Sunday School Hall -last Sunday at 5 o'clock, when about 40 young people .gathered. The guest" seake' wais Mr. 'Jhn Carr, of the Young People's Department of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. In the church, members of the P.F.A. assisted the preacher, Mr. John Carr. Anthems were ren dered by.the Junior choir, under the leadership of the organist," Mr. viok Adanison. Miss MacPherson, of the .Dande nong P.F.A., gave an address on the.Badge of the P.F.A., andI Mr. Carr presented badges to ;the' young people, and theii gave an address on "Room in the Human' Heart for the Greatest Guest. of all-Jesus Christ;" :About ?50 Iyoung pieople entered into wor ship, and a fine impression was created.- " .' Working B?e at imsse It, is proposed to hold another working bee on Saturday next, owing: to the wet weather of the: past. Workers are asked to'bi ing slashers, mattockl, spades, etc. "
FRANKSTON—HASTINGS COUNCIL SHORTS FROM FRIDAY'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
FRANKSTON HASTINGS COUNCIL SHOUT'S FROM FRIDAY'S 3l"EETING. 'Present: Crs. Carp'eniteir .(Presi lelit),. Alden, Sutherlafid; Rear loti, Cotdtes, . Kilauer,. 'oTnimasetti, Grice, HIIirst, "Firth, -Mlair~_ Wells; Fowler. Clhi'eiihlon' Street liridge . The Raili~ays Department ,is t be informed that the Council ,willi accept no liability 1n the ,event of any accident.at Clarendoin Street bridge (private street)' Fooite, Street Biy-puss The Engineer and Riding doiiun cillors are to investigate ;thle pro vision of an alternative. route: to Southern Peninsuila_ via Foote StCe'et, bI3ideli Poi~ell Drive. .ýornington-Tyabb Riieserve The Forest' Coitlalssl?oriladvised that the Commtission ,is 'endeavor ing to detect offeiders rnemoving young trees, from the: Crown '-re serve on liorfiingtoil-Tyabb :Road. trown J.illls PFins Befor . .Christinas A. :C. Leith & BartlBtt,'archi tects, .advised that -they hopedi:to' have draft's of Illituns for ii' Town Hall at Fraikston completed lje tor...
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH ON UP-ROAD IN FIJI [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST?-: CHURCH ON UP-ROADIN' FIJI 'Missiona?r N. Palme writes. :remn Viti Levu West: "You may he. interested in .the challenging altcelnativhes.: w icli have been placed? before ,Seven?th Day Adventists here ill Fiji, by Pastor J. B. Keith, it' woirs _ such as these: "'Our work in Fiji is "at;?the cross-roads, eithe: we, take` the road down to nominalism 1a:id ,powerlessness, with. the 'chuir'6h leaning upon the world, or else whit bolddness -and-i indepeDiilaiice we stand faithlully on our' own feet as distinct from govern lnents and paralysing. worldli. aesm, and st-ike out on the;' uli road to 'heave no ac-omplusliing 'Our spilritual task solelye;liy ;the Power of the .spirita 'l? "enCie. then eus"e, Mr. Palmer -olserves that a:;, call like this mleans.somnethilg larticular in Fiji, ' as... worldliness and worldly ..inllnences '.ii'. tob e re m eve. e tcl obo Ltrec' . Fifti as lmeco~mn ;"1Iseý etmo: oli of the South-west Pacific, i anll one of the mnain cross-roa...
WHAT IF THE FOUNDATIONS BE DESTROYED? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
WHAT IF THE? :FOUNDATIONS 1 BEl;DESTROYED i /L at' Sutilnday iigli t itt Fruakston Metho(list :Cirich, the Rev. J. T. Freematn _preached . rom the te.: Psalm 11ll, :Verse ,3 "--If the foun dftions'.is '-e -estroyedd, what can Liiie ;ighteous .do Y" '!'The preacher -aint1 Ine d :lahn.l from. which the text:- is taken .,has ;been called, "The. Song 'oif the t Steadl'st." :-.''-he ' eaclier said' When David wrote this' -Psalm he was suf fc ing 'ý:tlhe l:.persecution of Saul, the kinwg, who sought his life ana hunt'~d'himi-as -a paitridge on the mountains his "tftiid friends wer'e ,iiai oeus fo its baLety anId recOi menided hiimn. to flee. This was taitatinotuitx, to .?temiptinug him to distrust d·i' i; but. Wvith relmlem bi anieais of' l deliverances from the lioi? an; the bear, . and froml the -'Phillsintine: 'gltaIt ,, Goliatii o1 Oatt, he declai es tlie - great soui:e of his. courage. in?:-the Lord` put 1 my trust; howi: e?ny:ye `to mh'y-, soul'. Flee its ..ii:d: to i.'Oui: mountain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
THE',STANDARD, Thursday, November 3, 1949.-PAGE 13. A Wedding PORTRAIT by MICHAEL TOOHEY Will Capture the Loveliness of Your Wedding Day COMPLETE WEDDING ORDERS' From .". . Ptom Call in and Inquire 26-28 PLAYNE ST., FRANKSTON or Phone 692 H; .. ROGERSON "4 DAVEY STREET, FRANKSTON BUILDING SUPPLIER WVASHED CONCRETE SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, ;ARfLEN SOIL. GRAVEL, ETC., HARDWOOD AND.RED GUM PLYWOOD - BIRCH Ifanufacturetd .with waterproof glue. Various thicknesses. Sheets from 4.to 6 feet various widths. Packed in crates of 20-50 sheets. SAVO WOOD BOARD-. Tempered Hard Board, 5/32"? Thick. Sheets are waterproof-size 12 .x 4 .ft. . One crate contains 576 sq. lt. 12 sheets. For all uses in/outside, linings. joineries. FINN BOARD Half Inch Building Board The ideal Woodfibre Insulating Board'for all linings. Nice cream finish - superior quality. Or_ crate. contains 384 sq. ft.-' sheets. . IMMEDIATE " DELIVERY Available at all Timber and Hardware Merchants, or SIMPLEX TRADING CO. 397 Litt...
FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
FRANKSTON METHODIST S.The Frankston Methodist Men's Society will hold its anniversary next Sunday. Tea will be served at 4.45 p.m., after which the Preston Tramways' Male Choir, with Mr. Penrose' as conductor, will render anthems, glees, solos, etc. At the anniversary service in the church, commencing at 7.30 p.m., the Tramways' 'Choir. will again take part. The service will be conducted by-Rev. J. T. Free man, with men of th 'Society assisting. ' Thei preacher will be Mr. A. C. Sandow, B.E., -J.P., of Hawthorn. - A large gathering is anticipat ed.
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
FRANKSTON IHEATRE GROUP (By - "Stargazer") Bill Marshall.. is certainly doing the "professional rounds! In "Giand National Night" he was a- solicitor, and now in "The' Crime 'of Margaret Foley" you will meet him as Dr. Crow ley, an educated Dubliner of the upper middle class, loyal friend and physician to the Folcys. Bill's keen enthusiasm for amateur theatricals goes back to his' teerage, when' he was the young lead. "Now," said Bill, "I'm generally the middle-aged fatherly type, and I expect be 'fore long" (he concluded rue fully) "I'll be handed the dod dering old man roles.'" I watched :him .sprint up the steps and take'. his place on stage. "You've got a long way to go'~yet," I called. I feel you will enjoy .Dr. Cr'dwley. , Members, have "you made use of the preferential booking? The privilege ends on November 7, when the box-plans for this thrilling Irish drama will open on 'that date at both. news agencies. . The "Bob-Inr" fon November 8 that Alan McMillen is arrang ing shoul...
Hams from Headquarters [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
SHams from Headquarters. SI you want. to hear - niteo" stanus .play like a Sbunch of hamts, throw open a I your cars to DB's "Holly- ·i a wood Rdotlio; Theatre" any u SSaturday. night.- You'll be Sunlucky to miss at least one Slumnb acting performance. I Vera RA.lston,.. thle femme Slend in "Transcontinental," I *. broadcast last Saturday N night, did- everything light U Secept spck into llthe ilicro. . phone. Ahen she did h'e Svoic ae came out though her Swoolly sox-?inwashed, too. MII lm....--..- U·
NEWS AND VIEWS WILSON THE DEMOCRATIC LABOR CHOICE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
NEWS AND VIEWS FROM FLINDERS CANDIDATES WILSON THE DEMOCRATIC LABOR CHOICE Vhen AIr. Hughes joined the Labor. Party in 1945, he consid ered; we nmay assume, that the constitution of" the party was democratic. It has not changed since then. This democratic party confers, certain "pol~ers on the Central Executive for the day-to dlay administration- of party af fairs. Each year the Executive has to give an account of its labors to the Easter conference of the party. Anyone who is dissatisfied with a decision of the Executive can appeal to conference. As a loyal member of the party, this was the action Mr. H-ughes should have taken-and the action which I was urged on him by his best friends in the Labor Movement. Mr. Hughes preferred to be judge, prosecuting counsel and jury in his own case. He went back on his pledge to support the endorsed Labor candidate, whoever that might be, and in consequence was expelled from the party. I-e thus follows in the steps of the militant and Communist...
SEAFORD DRAINAGE MANY COMPLAINTS AFTER RAIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
SEAFORD DRAINAGE,." MANY COMPLAINTS AFTER RAIN. .Many written complaints from Seaford residents regarding dam age and inronvenience caused by flooding, ,.following recent rains, .were: before the ,Frankston-Hast ings Shire Council at. Friday's meeting. :Urging prompt; action, Cr. CdatefiesiEi'dtlhere was absolute chaos in maIril??tny Seaford areas. :.Cr. -:Klauer s;:iaid the whole drainage systekm at, Seaford need ed reorganisation: Crc Carpenter: .I suggest the whole Shire. SCr.-Klauer'said. a drainage and Kananook Creek' improvement scheme should :be- combined. On. the motion- of Cr. Reardon, the:-writers will;'be advised that the .Engineer is .investigating the whole drainage-iproblem, and will prefare a scheme,- Fr'ankston and. Shire. : Several ,similar complaints were received .:from ,;:Fi'ankston and' Shire ratepayers,., and were re ferred to- the Engineer. Kelso Street Scheme :.The Engineer was instructed to prepare.... a,.- drainage. scheme for Kelso .Street, Fraqkston.
MT. ELIZA DANCES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
MT. ELIZA DANCES Under the auspices of the' Mt. Eliza State School Mothers' Club fortnightly dances- will be held, commencing on Friday, Novem ber 11, at Mt. Eliza State School. Features ' will include "a " good supiper and a .cool drinks' stall. ,Proceeds will provide sporting .'amenities for children: • .,- This will' be the 'first dance 'held:at the Mt. Eliza School since' the' electric light' was installed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
PROFESSIONAL EL E. ACKENZIE ased to Teacher of it.3 .PIANOFORTE nileigh fSINGING S and THEORY ' CD pupils prepared for- alF.TrinltY College, London, and EAxaiEBn. , "Windlioek,' Cliff Road, and tenham. St. Paul's Kindergarten Halla.; Phione 891 SIA L O -I S 'P E T RI E ? ' - Oi Teacher of RKS, PIANOFORTE CALES e 6 BALMORAL ST., FRANKSTOI CALE Phone. 926 [ENTS - AND WILLIAM G. LILLEY. embers PIANOFORTE'. nally, to TEACHER , Pupils prepared for all University Conservaitoriun. Examinations. tet - First class piano tuning Teaching Address: 52 Wells St. THE rivate Address: 130 William St., TICT. .Frankstonf ry Will EDUCATIONAL nkston. T FOR Grand News For. others! 'KSTON DIS. "JACK AND JILL" ork in NURSERY SCHOOL (Miss E. P. Hewitt) . OFFICE, For Childlren 3 to 6', years ING TO Hours: 9.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.. Opening .Masonic Hail; Frankston in about two 'months.timie - With, three assistants and full. (A'sia) time trained ;nurse ichmond; Fees: 12/6 week, By day, 5/- day' Phone: F'ston 87...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
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ANDREW HUGHES STATES HIS POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
ANDREW HUGHES STATES HIS POLICY In many places I have been &nbsp; asked about the drainage prob lem in the Mordialloc-Frankston area. At one recent Progress Association meeting it was keenly debated and a line of competent action sought.. c i marily this is a State mattr. But it cannot be put aside w ti that answer. And as it c cerns a large area of Flinder in fact all that country lyig back of the sea front, as fa as the borders of Dandenong, Lyndhurst and Langwarrin - it calls for a statement of policy. The first obvious conclusion is that the area suffers from sheer neglect and past mistakes. .The productive value of thousands of acres of very fertile land is'in volved. And with a world 'fod problem of gigantic proportions to be solved, and the closer settlement of our own country. an essential- feature of .future success, no- public man nor' Government-State or Federal.' can afford to ignore the matter., No complete plan has ever been produced to deal with the question. ...
CORRESPONDENCE FLINDERS CAMPAIGN (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 3 November 1949
CORRESPONDENCE FLINDERS CAMPAIGN (To the Editor) &nbsp; Sir,—Referring to your edit= orial 27/10/49, we are unable to understand how any politically minded person, whatever party he may support, could fail to appreciate the scrupulously fair attitude your paper has adopted in allotting eight inches of space to all of the three can- didates standing for Flinders in the forthcoming Federal Elec- tions. Your own politics are your affair, but it is apparent that they have not interfered with the just and impartial policy of your paper, and we are amazed that supporters of any candidate should complain of the oppor- tunity you provide. For our part, we are grateful for the space you have made available —on a strictly equal basis—not only to us, but also to our op- ponents, for it is through such &nbsp; means that the electors of &nbsp; Flinders are provided with an opportunity of judging for themselves. &nbsp; Your editorial was discussed at our combined c...
"HINCKLEY LODGE" AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
"HIINCKLEY OUDE" AUCTION Peninsula residents are adlised that, in, the Auction column-of this issue, details. e?' giveh of tlih very fine property 1sitiated on: Oliver's Hill; :Frankstbn, to be auctioned on -24th- Novemer by Messrs Geo. G. Aiutin- and: Bail lieu Allard Pty. 'Ltd;, ait Scotts Hotel at 3 p:m. : . This excellent ;home; was built by the late Mr. .De :Grut, lwhilst an executive of- Genieral Motoi's, and. his choice of. 'design. and materials .has only b.een excelled by the additions a:d improve. ments midB-.h :by. :"the preiesht owner. Beautifully. gittiatIed oh the fold of' the cliff, the. property com mandas an 'unrestricted view Iround the bay .and .mountains. It cdntains all that can' be desir ed ifi modern appliances and fit tings, for comfort and 'effciency The grounds are tastefully laid out .with terraces, lawns and a splendidly-designed garden con taming an array of selected: shrubs -and.- flowers: . Full 'particulars 'of :this, pro perty, .including:lrochures;....
The Standard children's club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
children s club a s, " the Code Cosswrdis BriianJ IMurphy, of Frankston:. Your of the Co alled os linky o Finds" the. Clue? Iette -cAusIlan, also of Frankston; sentmea ppoto " her pet ett2/6 for that photo; Lynette, and it will be : returned, as e nembels Ruth Silverlock, of Mentone, has been-' here only Scome omber, to tictoria froi Westeirn 'Austiralia Perhaps hs all about the West in your nexts letteR, Ruth •? ather beer dreadful It has rained, up to last Sunday, for 15 oely Spring isn't it ? H
Stage Door MAJOR BARBARA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949
Door NIGTER" I. MAJOR BARBARA Three stais to "Majoi. Bar lidra,'" the current production at the 'National' Thetitre; 'opp. : St: Pat's :Catlieai:al. I cdiihe - awha fbii' this Beriiard Shawplaytfeel iik: that I had b?die attending a real thiktiical feast. The Nationi al's .;ipdiuceh, W. P.-- Carr; has ah'ieyed excellent results :with Ai-Al, te.hi. ~ The story is wovei fround the Salvatibn' Ariiit and a miiuriitions Baron. In less capable hands, the itoiyji could iburlesqiue the mnuch= resipeted "Salvo"; fistead . this productioiri does the Army. full credit. The scene in the Army Refuge was one to remember. :Peter Fireich ias Bill Wallked ; the cockiiiy tbugh, and Victorid Brit ten, .as Rummy Mitchens, the eldeirly feminal "penitent," "-were outitandcing. In their hands;, the charadters lived, and made one fiel it arts real life, not play act; ing* June Jago ',was convincing as: the Salvationr Army Major;' who \ as reddjy t gjive up the comfoirts of liei affluent family to work dino...