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BAXTER EDUCATION WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

EDUCATION WEEK. The Bh.x'ter State Schor; is celebrating Education Wee'b by declaring the scho:l .open to palrents and friends on Thutsdcay afternoon, 18th' August. The children's work will be on display, and Mr. Evans (head teacher) will give an address. All interestecd are cordially invit ed to attend.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

THE IDEAL GIFT - RANY QCASION! EXCLUSIVE RANGE OF PERFUMED STATIONERY BY FAMOUS PARISIAN' PERFUMERY. HOUSE " Linen Finished :Notepaper and Envelopes, delicately scented S with the perfumes of a famous Parisan Perfumer.. ? Box is self covered with Three-colour "Printed Top., ?,iades of Paper: Cream" (White, Violet), Blue' (Blue Hyacinth), Lilac (Lilac). PRICE 5S/- PER BOX JUST TWO OF OUR LINES: DELTA BOND ENGLISH PARCHMENT A superfine finish watermarked Bond paper in a convenient.. - . iThe master touch of World Famous etch il . A spri finish watermarked-s Bond m akesth is bcof Wo gift full of appeal. U form. Envelopes are heavier in weight than the Notepaper son, makes these boxes a gifth contents of in .order to give opacity. Shade of paper: Azure. with these delightful boxes e "PRE "/ . B ment Note and Envelopes. Shade.BUff PRICE- 4/6 PER BOX ?PRRICE 6 ? , " " . " AVAILABLE ONLY :FROM 'THE'STANDARD 41 -Pla eStreet "Franksto d SEMI.RACi Easy to Pedal , I ,'h I Pletely fitted With A...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

A SURE WINNER FOR SEAFORD THE RENOWNED. '~THOROUGH-BHEAD" BAKER E: C. :NICHOLS HAS NOW. ACQUIRED THE SEAFORD BAKERY "STRICT CLEANLINESS" - MIY IMOTO DELICIOUS BREAD AND-: SMALL GOODS DELIVERY DAILY Phone: FRANKSTON 358 DUCOING, INDUSTRIAL PAINTING, PANEL-BEATING AND WELDING DONE BY .` Ex-Paint Superintendent General Motors Holden (With Holdens 22 Years, - QUALITY GUARANTEED RAY WOOD. FRANKSTON CAR SALES 54 DANDE-NONG ROAD 'Phone: F'kston 55 H., J. ROfGERSON 74 DAVEY STREET, - FRANKSTON BUILDING SUPPLIER WASHED CONCRETE SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, GARDEN SOiL. GRAVEL, ETC., HARDWOOD AND RED. GUM SX CITRUS - SHRUBS PZ IAND SEEDLINGS. FRUIT TREES N H. T. HILL NURSERYMAN AND SEED .MERCHANT 136 YOUNG STREET FRANKSTON" F'ston 730" -:.J O o o . uE BARGAINS GALORE!. End-of-Season Clearance HIGH QUALITY CHILDREN'S WEAR STARTS: MONDAY, AUGUST 15th. MARGAREIT ENDACOTT PLAYNE STREET, FRANKSTON :ITAND TAILORED FLANNEL OVERALLS, Some Tyroleon, some Braided, Sizes 22" to 32" lengths. " One price ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

NT li, the tl. es, fire r tliet-, : lierand g itio-e icl ices of also Ie basis untusuale, ated for velicl-. O r-Prod Chelsea. ti hollton ids. three Per Week. angingd, t -ia-C ge. til: good ankstnn. Franks eltenhea-. agder ore Invited moFrankston at Dande at present, dng-Service d be ad r-in-Charge, epeai High nted establisied in Morn n - llast Soplortuln 0t laeces and traint or plhoue Ol CO. LTD.j lOS) ,smicl:, .1O. ANTED Ise Monlay to Apply "Baby ard, Frangs lnled by the ring. etc. Can . Also clean gardens. lI, Rd., lIooroo e ledroom,.- 8 ton. nuil, use kit. s, to let; stilt A..,', c/lo ), and use of ilborne Road, d For Sale *b Point, cor Caampbell Sits. olilce, Frank WANTED KNOWN - tS, any class brick BRICKL o P hone Fston 835. V.'k, ldo" I?lI ies' ,:811( p l i l [ I" " "l l m a t e r h l ]s ox - 'hildlen ale W'edding : and 1p"rtl " made'-, a specialty. ou pt I'. Carter, 1 Shell il \a e 'l;ll slt Oll :st i:i AI:e..;. Ba.ud for il11 fiac tiollS. 4-t players. l?iodernl. Ol Tie . Ved...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

_w.?...?s~'."·D'~'='='=~ SSPORTS GOODS ? X'IT;[ TIII? BIG TC · NKSTON Phone 450 . S.A· 5··-I'. .. ?.,-.-.-:.Y.?U ' clothing, l o good tailor I IL~ig can, el~len vo~l'S~ 1E .& C O. ailol's andul Dress Clothes AUSTRALIAN and ENGLISH MtPelil to renlew fol 'mode r ' eserl ie c In Clfass Tr ade 'T., FRANKSTON Phone 860 'S DELICATESSEN ATS AND DRESSED POULTRY BAY STREET Phone: Frankston 367 nd PRESSING WORRI'ES NOW AT AN END . M E S, RCOATS, 4 O CKS, TROUSERS Cleaned BY R and FASTER SSERVICE S WEAR STORES AND FRANKSTON 5<e<iOUS PLASTER NUFACTURING CO. - ORMCES AND PANELS I:.?.iDIA'r?E DELIVERY . No Sheets Available) PECT OUR STOCKS - - : , STREET, BALACLAVA "4 HONE: LF1933 " RING .r TYABiB "262": for f·' PANEL BEATING AND . DUCOING. - HOODS -BOWS -UPHOLSTERY' ABB CAR SALES USTIN CARS, TRUCKS, :'TIL.TIES for. ,t Rests, Registration Disc-.Holder, Nui ber c and Oil, Riding Tuition, .Delivery, to +Your. nt 3 Mcnths' Free Service Immediate Delivery' of " Ariel, A....

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. O. J. [?] CAND[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

rtl. 0. . CA Mr.. 0. r ed this Wee Frankston a cndidate 1 Riding, th election Mr. Ols° declined the groundsof Pr cial an agreed hat !u business e necessary the necessaryl

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUMB[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

As advet4 AuxiliarrYof munity Ha5 Jumble Sale It and Mrs. T. tomorrow (F to help swell t' nAnyseal in;,etc, will fully recveivc today at the Payne.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rudely Taken On A "Cruise" Frankston Man "Hassen"t Found His Car. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

It udeIy Talr.I4n On A O0rudime"' Frans-ton Man "Hasscn"t Found Hlis Car. \hr. Bob Connal. the popular Bay Street garage nman. is a keen i'oll,\er n.f the noble art of aoxing, but as the result D. a ?plbpenin.g on Monday night. he is now "taking a lon. cotunt"'' \Vhiie v,'iting and hoping fort his tlymioutlh sedan to be Ieturn ,d to him in, one piece. About 10.30 on Monday night Bob drove to his father's home, 426 Melbourne Road Fr ankston, Lo hear the broadcast description of the great light in Sydney. be \ween .lack Hissen (Australia) and Rudy Cruz (Mexico.) Bob cnjoyed every minute of .every, round of a thrilling contest won by Cruz; on points. The only "knock-out" of the night nas res ciIed for Bob; who loundcl hat some person had stolen hi?. nar while he had been listening at the radio. 'There was a real boxinlg t:-:o phere surr:otnding the norL,;ally genial Bob whenu we fount: him. He certainly looked "right cr;s.'' and "Ll)pperi-ct" abol't the '.hole flt:hir, ar:nd tihe re;.d...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANKSTON COURT CASES HEARD ON TUESDAY No Rear Light. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

FRANKSTON COURT CASES HEARD ON -TUESDAY No Rear Light. A motor cyclist was fined £1 for failing to have a rear light. Offensive Behavior. A 19-year-old youth was fined £1 for offensive behavior, and was given a severe lecture by MNr. Meehan, S.M., regarding his irresponsibility after taking liquor. First-Const. Cattanach said he saw defendant in Bay Street at 3.15 p.m. the previous day, run ning up and down the footpath, and calling out in a loud voice. e had been drinking, but was not drunk. Witness gave defend ant two chances to go home. but he became very argumentive, and was charged. Speeding in Truck. A truck driver was fined £5 for exceeding the 20 miles' speed limit in Bay Street. Cyclist Without Light. For not having a light on his bicycle, a cyclist was fined f2.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRST FRANKSTON RANGERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

FIRST FRANKSTON RANGERS Parl i f the Ranger tert for I pre-enrolnment is a day's jour ney, with an object. Last week i he 1'lst Frankston District RHanger Comnipany set off at 9 a.m., on I icyclecs, Ior Tyabb, where they : spent a happy and. inter.esting day with Mr. and Mrs. \V.-Joun-'j ng. The "Object" was to Icarn about fruit trees and their treat- I ment. i On arrival, fires were lit, and ] billies were left to boil, while p tatoes were placed in the coals. , Then- .Mr. Jouning took the ( Company into the orchard and I explained, very fully, the growth or the fruit-tree from the crab ] ipple to the present fiinished oro- i dlct. Winler and summer spray ng, grafting, and pruning were i liscussed. Mr. JTouning extend *cd a further invitation to the. Rangers to visit Tyabb again, and ;ee the work in the Cool. Stores. t Ranger. Betty Pickup accepted enthusiastically and thanked Mr. louning for the pleasant and in structive hour in the orchard; al ;o. for the future invitation. Then ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MENZIES BOY IN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

MENZIES BOY IN HOSPITAL During. Saturday's Birthda Ce'ebrtion f.t the :Menzies Homr SAllan Ray, 11 years, suffered -?uadcen acute attack of append citis. He was taken the Communil Hospital for an 'immediate oper tion and is now progressing we

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KINDERGARTEN SUGGESTION (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

KINDERGARTEN SGGC.ES-" TION (To the Editor) Sir,-- Kindly giant me space to attempt -ontact with a limit ed ntunbei: bf mothers whio are perhaps in a similar position to myself. O.wing to many appar ently insuperable obstacles, the waiting lists of Kindergartens in Frankston have, reached an im possible position. Having a small "daughter .of three years and four months, full of energy and in terest, who' is an "only" continu ally in search of other children's company, the idea has occurred to me that, *in attempting to help .her, I may be the means of help ing at least a few othe-rs as well. I have a large space;, well fenc ed, with a. building served by light and power, which I think could easily be adapted to-the use of 'at least a dozen children., i4 -any mothers in Frankston, who. would be interested in. establish ing a small private co-operative kindergarten in this building, would contact me, I would be' happy to' convene a" meeting, to exchange ideas and discuss what :could o...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

RITCHIES OF FRANKSTON • LICENSED GROCERS "" -. ' ,* . ', : 'i..; • "T A S M A 'N I.A . N - - . 4GOOSEBERRIES - , LARGE 30oz. TINS 2/34-d. ; i "Delicious with cream, custard or Sbreakfast foods.' Try a Goose-. '* berry Pie or Tart for a different S i - sweet. S Put some tins aside for the summer "'"TRUE VALUE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE" o n.eed to buy new , I lounge Suites or / Our proved T' [modern deaning process on the spot in your own home restorer sour furnishings like new. (1. SE[ t r IE CARP E T CLEA. INC Vbtlsei EBVICE one 19/1. 19 2.86 8 URIE RD. BAIIIEI !DATT'n ?MELRAY PR A TT S STORE AGENTS FOR . . . . SUNITED PAINTS FUL and DULUX SFULL RANGE OF COLORS AVAILABLE SOPP STATION PHONE 22 ER/p -kBRNG IT TO N l pR^cR/'"o?i HANTON'S "A. " PHARMACY MARCH BAY STREET, - ,. ^ ... UNE ^\t FRANKSTON '*A. J. DEED .G ' :SI DDLE - BUILDERS - ,McLEOD ROAD, CARRUM ESTIMATES FREE ' NEW; HOMES' QUIC'kLY ERECTED RENOVATIONS -iQUALI TY MATERIAi & IWORKMANSHI-I *t SATURDAY, AUCUTS 505 BEACe RO...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE FRANKSTON SILVER BAND (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

CORRESPONDEN(JW FRANKSTON SILVER - BANI (To the Editor) Sir,--The . committde of :the Frankston -Silver Band is opening an'Tappeal for' funds to -buy:j in struments for the. band.? Dona tions will be accepted 'by IViss Grice and Mr. H. V. Cook, joint secretaries,-and it would be-ap preciated .if your' newspaper would' also- receive donations. The committee aims to' raise £355, which amount is'.necessary. to obtain' instruments. It is felt that, a band is sadly lacking in Frankston, and here is the oppor tunity' for the people of Franks ton, to make this need a reality. If each and everyone gave 1/ per week, it would not. be long before the Silver Band would be heard at all 'public functions. * Donations should'be miide pay able to. the "Secretary, Committee of the Frankston Silver Band." Yours" etc., NANCY B. GRICE. "Aloha," Frankton..

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EGG PRODUCTION LANGWARRIN'S REPRESENTATIVE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

EGG .PRODUCTION LANGWARIIN'S REPRESEN TATIVE MEETING." As previously reported,' the Egg and -Egg Pulp Marketirig Board of Victoria. convened- a nmeeting at Langwarrin to promote iriter est in the current export-pack ing season,; and to discuss gen erally ways iand means of in creasing .export" markets. -' Supplementing the interesting address given by Mr. R. P. Gwy ther' (Board member for Zone 3), Cr. -A. E. Webb invited .Mr C. Toohey (Chief Inspector for the Victorian Egg Board) to give an address, and this speaker was ac corded a'. hearty welcome,, as everyone greatly appreciated his interest in local affairs.. In the course of his informa tive address, Mr. Toohey contriv ed' to stimulate producers to con centrate on export by producing quality eggs, to ensure that the 'export season proves successful. At the outset Mr. Toohey inti mated that his -remarks were generalisations only, and not in tended for local application. De mands ofthe'"home" market were great, and it must be an ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
R.S.L. MEMBERSHIP INCREASE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

SwS..U `MEMBERSHIP INCREASE Frankston R.S.L. Branch mem b6rshi'p is.incireasing, rapidly, and is. now 'well over. the 500 mark.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROAD TO BEACH PROPERTY AT EDITHVALE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

ROAD TO BEACH PROPERTY S- AT. EDITHIVALE One of the -most difficult things to obtain is a :property having an actual beach -frontage. The one being offered at auction by Phillips and Nicholson, Estate Agents, of Mordialloc, at 3 p.m. on August 13, has that advantage. Delith from Nepean Highway right to the beach. Buildings on the property com *prise two lock-up shops; .resi dence, seven rooms, partly fur nished; cottage, four rooms, Part ly furnished. This offers .a splendid ,.chance as a" combined home. and. invest mient.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNIMPROVED VALUES (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

'UNIMPROVED VALUES (To the Editor).. Sir,' I liave read Mr. Buck's; letter re U:L:V. Rating with in terest'. Unfortunately he does, not answer important questions;" sLlch as: S1. I-Howy 'many farmers are members.: of his League,. that he: speaks foi them? 2." .Where-does he get his fig-: ores that U:L.V. Rating will bene fit 70 :per- cent.- of the ratepayers,: as. stated in, his letter to me? 3. Cain he'explain why-' the Ferntree Gully. Council turned; do'wn ,U.L. . Rating, and would have, ncthing to do witli it? A. Can, he. deny that U.L.V. Rating, in- the event of a de-. pressibn, would cause prices of land to fall considerably 4s hap pened 'in .Camberwiell? 5; Does he know of any farm"i' ers who' will have their rates reduced '1by U.L.V. Rating?. Mi': Buck ` advises that 'the question of' . U.L.V. Rating be lifted above' "resent Personal in terests." -Yet, in his letter to me; he laments the. fact' that he has to pay high irates under N.A.V. in common; with others, and ad vocates...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Am[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

All THIS SATI -All ReserrC Account of SOD HEAD All PooltlY ting and Sn and C \V. E SC S0 Nepea flH1 XIT

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NEWS CHURCH OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 11 August 1949

CHURCH NEWS ' CIURCi OF CHRIIST ?Choice between gcod. and. bet iter is just as important.as choice between good and evil, and some ulies more difficult, said Mr. F. 1' Morgan, at the Fraakston church of Christ on Sunday. Quite often, he went on, the good betrays the best. Business success is good. God .:ould have no man slothful in 11 he things to which he puts his nand. A far better thing is moral s integrity, and when a man achieves success at the price -of moral integrity, he has allowed the gcod to betray the best. Safe and congenial conditions. of labour are good. The.'Chris tian Church has .always been true to her own traditions when she has insisted on this. But the security of the : community and willingness to serve the good, of others is better than the advan tage of a section. When men i grasp advantage at the cost of h the community, the good has be I trayed the best. Jesus Christ considered. life K good. He lived fully in .the wvorld His Father made. He enjoyed living.....

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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