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SPECIAL HONOUR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

PECIA?_HONOUR CARDS Awarded :?tob Brian Murphy, Christinie Barlow. Beryl Paul,. 'Ajrian Warhren; Billy 'McMahon, everly fla ysorn, Edward' Cusaick BeckyEnticott ?Iadeleine Bayard, Lorna Moller.      

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

DEAN (Elizabeth ing memory of passed away   gold, The dearest mot could hold.   Deep in my heart is kept, To cherish in love forget. --Inserted by   William, Queensland DEAN (Elizabeth ing memory of my mother, who passed 28/10/1947. —Inserted by family. DELPHINE.—In     of Shirley, who November 8th,     —Inserted by John and Robin.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

BIRTH     BURGESS (Phillips).—On Novem-   ber 5th, to Isabel and Cyril—a son (John Fredrick). Both well. LILLYWHITE (nee Shaw).—On November 5th, at Hastings B.N.H., to Linda and Bill—a   daughter (Barbara Joy). FUNERAL NOTICE JARVIS.—The funeral of the late   Alfred John Jarvis will leave Matthews' Funeral Parlors, 102, Toorak Road, South Yarra, at 1.30 p.m. on THURSDAY, for the Fawkner Crematorium.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

BIRTHDAYS.   10th November: Glenda, Salter, Glenorchy, T'as.; Becky Enticott, Aspendale. 11th November: Judith Barring- ton, Mordialloc. 12th November: Beverley   Harris, East Brighton; Dorothy   Nanson, Mentone. 13th November: Royston Tait, Mentone. 14th November: Erica Sangwell, Middle Brighton. 15th November: Marie Pearson, Mordialloc; Judith Steen,   Langwarrin. 16th November: Evelyn           Schmidt, Frankston.

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EUROPEAN JOURNEY (PART VIII.) GLIDING GONDOLAS IN VENICE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

THE STA, D r haY Noarni er 10. 1949.-PAGE 5 EUR~W OP"0URNEY (PART VIII.) i BY NINA BICK) GLIDING GONDOLAS IN VENICE Early next moorning I took the train "to- Venice, arriving in time for lunch. Lying two miles from the Italian mainland, Venice is spread over an archipelago of 118 small islands, divided by a network of 160 canals, and cross •ed by more than 400 bridges. It is a unique city. of, the world. The scattered islands are link ed to the mainland by a motor road ending at the Piazzale Roma garage, which accommodates 1000 cars. Venice is a city of no cars, for all traffic passes silently, in gliding, gondolas along the w?ater ways. Venice today. is still a craftsman's: town of lace and glass, of. beaten brass and cast copper. Along the Grand Canal on summer evenings boatmen seren ade from the elegant, and beau tifully illuminated barges drifting along the waterways. Today the ancient gondola is still an ideal barque, slender and elegant, paint black With a shining prow shaped ...

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CAR STRIKES TREE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

i. CAR STRIKES TREE. Mr Vic Fazio, High Street, Frankston, had a lucky Escape from serious injury, when his car struck a tree on Cranbourne Rd ; Langwarrin, on November 3. -The. car was badly damaged..  

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HUGHES FOR FLINDERS THE BASIC WAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 10 November 1949

HUGHES FOR FLINDERS THE BASIC WAGE. There should be an immedi ate increase in the basic wage. "But up will go prices," someone will say, "and we're no better off." Let us get this straight. Prices always go up BEFORE wages rise. In fact, months usu- ally elapse before wage adjust- ments are made. Meanwhile the wage-'earner must go on buying at higher prices. But again someone says, "in- creased cost of production, due to higher wages, must surely mean an increase in price." And so we go round in a circle. Need we? Need higher wages mean higher prices? Profits have been higher; busi- ness and investments are flourish- ing. All smoke screen about high taxation cannot obscure this fact. Every daily paper blares it forth. But what they do not say is that the proportion of national income distributed in interest,   rent and dividends has risen, and that distributed in wages and salaries has fallen. So if increas- ed costs are to be met, let them be met from profits, and not ...

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LANGWARRIN'S GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

LANGWARRIN'S FoGYMKHANA. Lankgwarrin's Fourth Annual Gymkhana, on Saturday, Decem ber 3, at the old-Military-Reset ve, prorrlises to cater for all 'folks' requirements. This year novelty classes for 'dogs have' been in cluded.in the comprehensive pro gramme. Entries will cover. sec tions for best fancy dressed dog,' dog' with longest tail;' dog' with shortest tail,. dog' that wags" tail best,; dog 'most like its .master, dog -with" most- soulful eyes,: dog that begs longest, best groomed dog, best groomed 'dog owned and handled by local child. A" cookery competition, offer ing a' good aggregate" prize and prize cards has been arranged to nterest all. Amusing novelty events: will proceed with the.show," and a novice class in the, equestrian; sec tiori is presented for "children under 14 whose pony or rider has not won a prize at a shiow or gymkhana.

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NEARING FINALITY "MISS AUSTRALIA" QUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

NEARING FINALITY. "MISS AUSTRALIA" QUEST. The "Miss Australia" Quest" is now nearing finality.. As . the Frankston Younger, Set is. eager that its candidate, Miss June :Os terlund, will raise even more .tha)'XrihVth; stipulate l £ 25O- for quilifiiation, ;a few" r'ore 'dona tions will be welcomed. * All the money raised for the Frankston candidate 'will go to the Frankston Community Hospi tal, which will receive it back through the Lord Mayor's Fund. Donations should be sent to Mr. G. Parnell, 50 Playne Street. SThe':next dance will be held oin Wednesday, November 23, and all outstanding. tickets, monies, etc.; in .connection with the Qu?est should be left with MiC Parnelll by November 24. .:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

P: AGE 12.-THE STANDARD, Thursday. November .17, 1949, " ? Y ? : SE, RVICH - . Agents for Holden Cars. - , ; ..: . SB A YS IDE M-. OTO RSR R.AC.V. Service Station , General Engineering: 610 Mornington Road. Phone: Frankston .191. 4 ****************'*****»***'* ******************* THE FRIENDLY PHOTOGRAPHER " GORDON •LINDSAY ,.COMMERCIAL - GENERAL -- .Specialist in Child Studies STUIO - 13 DELL ROAD, FRANKSTON (Across Cranbourne Road Bridge)' Phone:. F'ston%735 S PENINSULA -BUS LINES ._ STOURS S SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27th S TO S THE BLUE DANDENONG, RANGES2 ' TOURING COACH, LEAVES: . : ** " '. S MORNINGTON, 9.30.A.M.'. Sherbrooke Forest, >Sassaras, .Kaloram a,. :Mt.. Dandenong.. FARE I/- (Incl ding 3-Course Lnch " SBOOKING ESSENTIAL - . E.O JAC1O IS L,, RMorningtoh 2 ( BRIGHT LIGHTS MIiLK BAR, opp. Chelsea Statio'nr SHOP A -T ...... SHAPCOTTS DELICATESSEN FOR COOKED MEATS AND DRESSED POULTRY 5 9 1 B AY STREET PHONE: FRANKSTON 367 1 FENCING SPECIALISTS -5. AND 6' G PALINGS ERECTED, OR MAT...

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LANGWARRIN LANGWARRIN'S DANCE AT BAXTER. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

LIANGWARRIN LANGWARRIN'S DANCE .:AT BAXTER. *Surely the worst performance of weather in the entire history of Langwarrin, Baxter and dis trict, w'as staged for last Friday, when a pre-Gymkhana Dance was held in the -Baxter Public Hall. Notwithstanding that ap proaching roads were well nigh Impassable, there was .a' surpris ingly. good attendance-although vastly- depleted 'owing, to Jupiter Pluvius' unexpected visitation. Certainly" sorhe amusing 'sights were in store for onlookers, as gum-boots, umbrellas, ,. mackin toshes;` etc., even proved- unsuc cessful in keeping. out the torren tial water. Many waded through deep pools in the vicinity of -the happy rendezvous; but' all" were good-huminred, and 'took" every thing jokingly. Quite a good sprinkling of dancers went on with proceed ings undeterred, and Wick's Or= chestra was in its usual..splendid form. Baxter was well. represent ed: Miss 'Valda Glover's twenty .first birthday was announiced by Mr. Gow, the genial M.C., who made a ...

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FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP -(By "Stargazer") After watching Hal Eddowes in "Grand National Night,". I. knew it wouldn't be long before he'd be seen again; his convincing per formance as Detective Ayrling showed 'a player who knows how to "give," so, although. not sur pursing, it is very satisfying to find he. has been cast in .the im portant role of "Kevin Ormond" in "The; Crime of Margaret Foley." Kevin is the son of the Pro testant rector in Ballydreen. Out wardly charming, he nurses an intense hatred for the shabby genteel surroundings of his par ents' home 'aid their simple mode of living; Thirty, good-looking, he is a welcome visitor at "Dun nicliff House"-the -home of the Foleys - where money and ease. make his visits very con stant, although it is-like salt in an open wound. • Eventually Kevin. formulates a diabolical plan to become pos sessor of all that belongs to Tom Foley. How does he come by this? -What is the result? You will find .the .answer. on December 1, 2 and 3, when...

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Labor Welcomes The Future [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

THE STANDARD,' Thursday, November 17. 1949.-PAGE 5. Labor Welcomes The Future The. general elections of 1949 will not be the elections to determine the issue of Socialism.. Socialism has already been brought aboult by L evolution. Opposition statements that a final s choice is now offered to electors are completely V misleading. In nearly 100 "years of government in Victoria, during which time the Labor Party has been in power only once, many interesting forms of Socialism have been introduced by peopjle of the same political views as those who' are now saying what a dreadful thing it is. Railways, police, water supply,, electricity, roads, tramways, sewerage and such services are all 'forms. of Socialism. Would anyone denyr,,that it is the duty of the State to maintain aand control these services ? THE FEAR TACTICS Today. the Liberal Party is playing' on the emotions of the people of Australia, telling them what lreadful things will happen if Labor is not defeated. What constructiv...

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BIRTHDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

B I?'IRTH:DAYS. iov. 17:,Jean. ustin, Mordialloc. 'Barrie Arnott, Brighton. .Ken 'A'ssender, Mentone. ' .:, :Pa uline. Plant, Parkdale. 'Nov.'18: Ray Aik, Seaford. M'i argaret.Belcher, Mordial S loc;: S: Bai ba--. Brame, Middle B" Brighton. Madeleine Bayard, Men tone. Nov., 19: Pauline Woolley, Park dale;. - ": Nov.. 20: Dehise Catterick, North SBrighton. , NaidajRendall, Mordialloc. N~ ov. 22. L rraifie Winter, Mordi : aloc, r F' nkstdn. ,;\--; YC,;;yce' drer,'Frankston{

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

ERN. TROTMAN Humorous. Entertainer at the Piano . '- For - Concerts, Socials, At Homes, "e~. S Progfia'mes Arran? ed. 81 Cafirjes (iove, Bentleigh. XU1766. -

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[?] BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

BAG sending petition, to get a do Fred rankston. y neat or ea Spec hope you Sanxious sent you. t reached Standard" not ap it is my am having t have re- I are a ic d ar full of . At school get good illing and t know Iy I think I I ran go ext year. I tered this ;Sunday very easy, Very easy, oft now.-' e Patricia rentkston. closed you this week's pe you like ela i reak, sending in n, "Sunday also en yself. Will ck We had iy Fawkes' and crack g, which is use I have od-bye for an Morris, en. forgotten to , because I Ruth). sending in nd hope it going for, I friend to it will. be music exam. ed our ex- ( Y. - Yours' ibson, Den sending in e" competi a pirnic last I Y. Ido love. th? - Love ý Grady Ave., uth). am sending Petition of. e days are t been going lately. Wei t school t e will soon Well, Ruth, Yours sin 5, Melrose ( d an enclosing On fo "Sun-; 1as I think it t Snday Dad I e". Dad saw eat into its near (he hole t t ealled C A the snake t my hrother t en hit it on y I.a send . r4 mot...

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FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

FRANKSTON PLAZA ' COMING "HITS" In Paramount's spectacular Westerli dranim, in Technicoloir. "Whispe- ing Smith" star feature of the Plaza .tonight, Friday and Sattui'day, Alan . Ladd, a skilled horseman, has .his first opportun. ity to ride, in :this, his first IVes tern, picture. He rides all three of his' own: horses in different scenes in' hisl role of soft-slpoken two-gun trouble shoote.' for an 1890 ,ralioad .that is harassed by wreckers" and looters. "Whispeor ing Smith," based on the novel by-. Frank H.', Spearuman, sta:'s{ Ladd with' Robert Preston, Brenda Malrshall and, Donald Crisp. Theree is plenty of exciting ac tion' in the supporting film, Para mounit'st th .iller: "Dynamite," with an':excellent cast. headed by Wil liam. Guirgan, Virginia Welles, Richard, Crane, Irving B3acon and Douglas Dumbrille. I. As, with .most of the Pine Thomas 'productions, "Dynamite" explores 'the 'ilives of men who. follow unusual' paths of occupa tioi :.and whose every working moment :is f ...

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NEW MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

NEW MEMBERS SBarbara Johnson, Parkdale. Yvohne Dixon,; Beaumaris.

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[?]ener Sacrifices for [?] Speeches [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

:ener Sacrifices for - ii Speeches Io listeners have f the week's hst ike the polies Political leaders Onsulted on the uone will ever hey enjoyed the cannot imagine mateur Hour" aere are several Ind' of them accept a poli lieu of their s radio. enter the fact that SPast the ton Menzies. at, in terms of Mfr. Menzies h from a long aih last Thuis of uDick Fair's Dd hanirl eggs, ~t an effigy of to th l Speech tn Mon rented listeners from hearing Australla',s most popular , quiz, Jack" Davey's .'Protex Show." Then, the following Thursday, iMr. Fadden. interrupts the "Ama I teur Hour" habit, which means ,that Ausrtalla's No. 1 radio show is off the air for two weeks. This break.- which, to the best of my --knowledge, is the only sustained interruption suffered by the "Amateur Hour" in all the years of its existence, must make an impression on the size of the regular audience it has so painstakingly built up. Listeners whose frantic, search for, .alternate radio entertain= ment-and there w...

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The Standard Home Magazine RADIO REVIEW [?]ses Top Radio [?] to DB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949

4,,. maqa ·Oi .. Op ses Top Radio Io DB Ebout to happen again ! . The Colgate dio shows are to make another change, m KZ to DB. ney boys have last few years from Latrobe lizabeth Street next move to B). weeks, listeners to DB to hear " the "Colgate , "Calling the e," and "Music the most lis Australia, and alf dozen varn such person ck Davey,' Ada Burgess Hal is Collinson's. am of continu What is DB all the pro KZ going to do _what way will DB and KZ. r sell any more n he did from move for the lion to play in rd as Lux,, its mpetitor? . Lux organisation of the change? numerous and ised radio fea d ention the tre," "National ateur Hour" B to the top today? Could it* e Lux shows to ths? DB personalities bathing in the ! the Mo, Jack Elsie and the manager going st expensive toy ra which was ths ago? eat DB air-time h queue of dia onsors to keep rchhtra. battling for favoritism with the 'Colgate Palmolive set-up? When Colgates. move* in it is taken for granted. they'll .want the same nig...

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