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"STANDARD" JUBILEE ISSUE PRAISED Council Requests Permanent Record Copy [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
"STANDARD JUBI1 UE PRAISED Council Requeis eari ii Record Copy Cr. Fowler moved, at Friday's Council meeting * of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings, that the Frankston "Standard" be congratulated on the very fine Jubilee Issue of that paper published recently, which, he said, was intensely interest ing, as well, as being of great historical value to the Frankston and Shire districts. Cr. Fowler moved, also, that the proprietors of the "Standard" be asked to supply the Council with a special copy of the Jubilee Issue to serve as a permanent record. for the Council. Both motions were seconded by Cr. Wells, and carried unanimously.
Stir Over Frankston High School Hold-Up Shire Council to Arrange Conference and Deputation [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
Stir Over Frankston High School Hold-Up Shire Council to Arrange Conference and Deputation Frankston and Peninsula residents, and Frankston Shire coun cillors are up in arms at the projected refusal of New Year students at Frankston High School, after the Christmas vaca tion, due to serious lack of accommodation at the School. Frankston R.S.L. and State Sschool authorities have also entered strongly into the big protest move. Frankston Shire Council decided at Friday night's meeting to arrange an 'im mediate conference of all concerned, also a deputation to the Minister of Education. Coals are being heaped on the rapidly kindling fire of indignation by the demand of the Federal authorities that the children of D.P. persons at Som Ars Camn must be enrolled at the school. The contention. of the Council is that' the Federal authorities should arrange educational facili ties for D.P. children at the Somers Camp itself, and that it is unfair that Shire children should be unable to enter,...
MERCHANT [?] GARDEN [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
l MERCHAN GARDE Members and Mt. Eliza Auili forward to a'hal ful afternoon no vember 19, at "S of Mr. and Mi.' Mornington Roai The garden is tractive, and el mosphere that i appeal. . Padre Oliver Missions to Seam open the Fete 3l The memlers, various stalls ar Produce: Mes and G. Hope. . . Cakes: Mesda Craigie, M. Em" Competitions; Wood, J. WilI Children's We lard. Gifts: Mesdal Synider, M. Pe Remnants: Me B. MurraySmit Aprons: Mrs. 1 Sweets: Mrs Lucky Dip: pony Rides: ,.rl and J. Pant
HOSPITAL [?] AT "PEAR[?] HUGE SUCCESS[?] FUL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
HOSPiTA AT "PL HUGE succ FU, The fete' Trees," Olvs Frankston Women's A great'suoes, socially. A tended the Vety afteroon, and Spirit of fun and Surrounded the stalls and novel was heard on generosity of S miral and MI. the lovely gard the good cause The fete was by Hon. C. p. (Minister for H introduced by S miral Carr. Mr. Companied by During the of bition of High given by the pup per. Approximately ed. Stalls and stall Fancy Goods: Jarvis and Keas Cakes and Sa tosh, Misses M?i liams. Produce: Mci; and Mrs. Camer~ Seedlings: Miss ing. Lucky Dip: ME Norma Kelsall a Ausland. Chocolate Who Instone. Afternoon Tea Carr,-Mrs. D. Ca Winners' of Com Stockings, Mrs Tea Set, Mrs. Pi Cameron; Chorol Tippett; Painting arettes, Mrs. Car ting Bag, Ms. H Cake, Mrs. Cain; Cray.
The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
PAGE coj - :T.arsdIy, November 17,.1949 W ,,WhiSt' the consideration of Parties' Policies at elections is an es~e~tial for the electois, o'e point is too often quite over looked. Before considering.policies, the electors must consider 1 tKi ...lificatins. a~id personal effiieincy of the varios can i idates ii. their electoratead.. o•s c Our Australian Parliaments are cluttered up .with men, in all 'Paities, who are quite obviously incapable of being good representatives. If appointing a man to a job, the employer gives full consideration to the applicant's qualifications, ability a-nd iersbonal habits ahd ite grity. a Surel' the electors, who, after all, are the employers of members of Parliament, -should, approach the matter on the same Ibasis at; election, ,tiue: The fact that a candidate is a "good fellow," that.his Party has the[ best policy is not::sufficient. Electors must consider :the ,man. himself. .Our. .Paliamentary system is not running smoothly, simply because, in" fai ...
ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
-BOUT PEOPLE Mrs: H. Ellingson, of .Franks on, is holidaying: with ier friend viss'yAvril. Martin, at Maryands' Marysville . SMr:; E. Fulton, owner of the Splantation , "Makurapua,, Ko -kopo, New? Guinea, is, with Mrs, I Fulton and their children, spend : ingi a: three weeks' holiday at the Grand Hotel, Frankston. ,Mr. Ful ,ton ;likes Frankston so much that .he has now purchased Mi. Nor man `Wood's home, "Nodwood," in Cliff Road, as he has decided to live permanently in Frankston !with his family, and to engage a ;manager to conduct the New .Guinea plantation. Mr; Fulton will visit the plantation periodic ally Mr., R. Middleton, a former Mayor of Barnes, England, who has been spending a nine months' holiday in Australia, where he stayed with his daughter and son in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bowling, Melbourne Road, Frankston, will r:eturn home to the Old Country by boat, leaving on Monday. At Friday's meeting of the Franks- I .ton and- Hastings Shire Council Mr. Middleton was wished "bon vo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
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Carpenter Looks Over Progressive Mildura [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
arpbter Looks Over Inressive Mildurai IStnd.rd" Special Correspondent) • seen by the Presidelt of the Shire ,of~ gs (Cr. J Ki. Carpenter) iln a conducted areas of the Shire of -Mildura may mean ,. ,,,lnt of the Shire of Flrankston and eration at mean much nsula Shire Abattoirs tag plant, of recrea d. much in SHe said Hd astIngs Sfor maany tolirs on tlhe coaoperation m aunicipal Sthat there at opposi from local SCarpenter 27 muanlcl er Councils dura Shire, icipal and Councils. hire in Vie n the visit saw at Mil a only sec ipality. It eeks to in the largest area is more es, and in 00 miles of pulation of I any Shire revenue of and yet has tes-2/- in is more Ildura,.and he Southl 80 .milles in Ilildura Y with his et lldura R. Hicks), in.the tour d over two y the visit ar memorial e an Olynm under con the third to Ire, lo beIng blic Works Spartly by be equipped ad filtration is park is a library, and Ire. on the first t stretch of Ing carried IPaent. So 1 Plant own. atthousands each yea...
Dell Road Wrecked Friday's Deluge Plays Havoc With Shire Roads [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
Dell Road Wrecked Friday's Deluge Ploys Havoc With Shire Roads Due solely to faulty and totally inadequate allowances for drainage in the early engineering of Frankston and Shire lay-outs, colossal damage to roads, which will run into thou sandsof pounds, was caused by Friday night's deluge.. It proved a real "nightmare" to many ratepayers, particularly residents of Dell Road and Willis and Erskine Streets. Many were up and dressed all night, and ready to evacuate their homes at any. moment. Residents of Dell Road had a Piarficularly frightening experi ence when, throughout the night, a wide and raging torrent swept down the street, and into gar dens, and some homes. When w elcome daylight came at last, cthese residents looked out on an appalling scene. From'practically one end to the other, one side, and Practically half of this road of fairly recent constructioni has. been half-washed and torn away toan average dept of more than threet, wifouth eeseveral caverns, th to four et eep...
Heavy Rain Floods Streets Council Arranges "Flying Gang" Emergency [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
Heavy Rain Floods IStreets Council Arranges "Flying Gang" Emergency While very heavy rain was falling continuously on the roof above them, at Friday's Frankston Council meeting, council lors were worried by numerous letters read from Shire rate payers (particularly in Frankston and Seaford), asking urg ent relief from street flooding and drainage problems. It was decided 'to re-inform the writers that the Engineer was- preparing -a comprehensive drainage scheme for Seaford and Frankston. Cr: Fowleri "id :thei rain, then falling, made it certain that many: ratepayers :would .be in a serious position'on -the following day :(Satyirday).;Hii.:r otion that the. Engineert: should-, that. night arrange ai 'Tlying' Gang" of Council workers, to: be -on" call;, for assisting ratepayers in. flood ed areas on Saturday, was car ried. . The. motion had been. passed only about ten minutes before a" ratepayer: from Willis tireet' ai rived in haste to advise that Willis Street was a torrent,. and fl...
THE AMSTERDA[?] MARIAN M. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
This Series W'ill Ap THE CHURCH, TO-D AYN THE AMSTERDA M. ARIAN What is the place of the h it a message rele ant to the needrh fusion and fear? Should need life? Or should it seek tohe chub ment and legislation and an exert a These questions have beefe modernists and fundamentali1 evangelical sections of Christianit,. emphasis and have been brought thinking of ordinary men and roon World Council of Churches at Amt Faced' with the disintegration acd which men had regarded as po ne the growing strength and aggpressin C men looked to tile churches to bring to bear on the problem, and to give tracted world: But the churches, conscious of their ferences, felt that before they could world matters they must become The one voice and presenting a united theme studied at Amsterdam was '3 Design." Delegates from 147 churches met. friendliness and co-operation, and by 'adjustment were able to achieve a .tian churches of Protestant and Orth Now the world around there are that when the church mak...
FRANKSTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Donations Acknowledged [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
FRANKSTON • COMMUNITY HOSPITAL .-Donations Acknowledged :.,The Committee of Management of the Frankston Community Hos pital, acknowledges with thanks, the following donations:-Miss G. MacMillan, 10/-; Mr. L. Samson, £5/5/-;.Mr. M; Tomasetti, £5/5/-; Mr. H. J. Gamble, £5; Mrs. A. Sherwill, £6; Frankston Yacht Club; £1/1/-; Mr.;D. Prince, £100; Mr. .B.. Burman, ,£20; Mr. H. M. Blundell; £1/1/-;Mr. and Mrs. A. Wettenhall, ££2/2/ :; -Mr. and Mrs. James Cook, £5/5/-; Mr. Frank Addicott, £2/2/-; Frankston In door Bowls Association, £6/2/-; Miss Margaret Wood, £1/1/-; Mrs. Clive .Gaunt, £1; Mr. F. W. Bart lett,' £2/2/-; Mr. J. G. Mann £5; G .J. Coles arid Co. Pty. Ltd., £10; Mrs. 'Wal Jones, .£20; Mr. Jones, George Street, £2., GIFTS OF .KIND " The following gifts in kind were also ;received:--Misses Ann Lind say' and :Fay .D'Alton, basket of roses; Mr.. W. Young, 1 doz. lettuce ind 6 bunches of radishes; Mr. Neal, magazines; Mrs. C. Lawrey, 1 .jar honey. 1 :jar marmalade, magazines and" f...
FRANKSTON HOUSEWIVES ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 17 November 1949
I FRANKSTON HC(USEWIVES ANNUAL MEETING "The Annual Meeting of'. 'tHu Frankston branch or the .House w.ves' Association (Howey. Court: was held in the C.W.A. Rest Roon and was well attended. The gues spleaker, Miss .Rachel Robinson .(General Organising secretary =o the Central Branch), and Mrs Tiinetti (avide~president)a'ttetid ed, the meeting. 't :Election : of -office ;bearers. res. ulted in 'Mrs. -.Habee Whfttitkei belnbg re-elected. President;. Mes daniep Harcourt, Whyte, Gardiner and Croskahll, Vice presidents; Mrs. 'Herminan- Mason, hon:' treas urer,'; and Mis Austin :Bentle3 hon. -secretary., Mrs. " Whittaker has been president of Franksto.i branch for .14 years, and Miss Robinson-'called for.a round. oi applause, and stressed" the' ,need foi' housewives 'to take stock of their', position: as members of'aan Assocli tion; which is charged with the duty of reducing the-cost of living. .Federal elections should attracl as candidates 'an equal nutmber of0 nien and.. women, said Mi...