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NICE WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

NICE WORK Stiaff members of Parramatta Distict Hospital are co-op erating to raise funds to aug nielit jroceeds of the,; 195O01 P.D.II. 'fete::to be. held oI..No vcmber 4. Two members of the domes tic staff, by joint effort dur ing .the past three weeks have collected £27 in cash dona tions, and have also gathered together,. a qu'ntity - of? goods donated by various individuals and..business houses for sale at the fete. The women are Mrs. E. Kingi of 'Thomas Street, Parramatta; who has been on the hospital staff for seven years, and Mrs4 L. J. Wright, of William Street; Parramatta North, who has .been with the hospital six years. Both have willingly given up lunch-hour and, . time-off periods and. have held social. functions in their omwn; homes to raise money; Results of.their effdrts will be accredited to the miscellaneous stall 'which members of the hos pital, domestic staff will operate at the. fete. Following are donations which the two women-have.- received to date: MRS. KING....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

.rivng School GAIN CONFIDENCE, on Modern Dual Control 1949 Austins LICENCE TEST GUARANTEED SEVEN DAYS' SERVICE. 8 TH.E BOUILEVARDE S. RICHARDS. Phone UJ5657D S. R ICHARDS.? Phone UJ5657/ Parramatta City Council pro poses to establish a children's playground on land at the corner of William -and - Bennalong Streets, Gi'anville. CASH nLOAN Available promptly, . £5- to £500. PRENTICE CASH ORDERS PTY. LTD., 327 Church St., PARRAMATTA Christiam Science FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, PARRAMATTA SMITH STREET, PARRAMATTA S SERVICES: SUNDAY, 10.30 a.m. and 7.15 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 10.30 a.m. Wednesday Evening Meetings at 8 o'clock, include Testi monies of Chiristian Science Healing. Reading Room and Free Library 12.0 till 5.0, Monday to Friday; Wednesday 7.50. 4i . ,6' .-y' ..2 -. "A GOOD FIRM TO WORK FOR" .. . ....... l " . .E ARE REQUIRED FOR WORK AT a3 ', •;''' ' .a`7 + ? z' '` .'.ýý .E" ý ý;F~, -,.:. Y . x > . . :<~t: ?.. ..Ca~Rv ý". ,. ; BI SCUO T FACTORY HOMEBUSH * EA...

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COUNCIL BAN ON "PEACE" MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

COUNCIL BAN ON "PEACE" MEETINGS Parramatta City Council .has' refused to hire the City Hall to Democratic Rights CoUncil, and Parramatta Peace Council, for public meetings. The organisations sought to hire the hall during this. month, and on Wednesday, November 1. The Peace Council had pro posed to hold a combin.ed musi cal revue and public meeting.

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FOR HEALTH'S SAKE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

FOR HEALTH'S SAKE The Womn'en's Leagtie of Health will hold' a, :"VisitSrs' Night'. at Parframiatta Scliool of Arts. (Mac fukarie 'Street) on T huisday, Oc tober 26, at 7:30. p.m;. Admission: is free and all. women irerested- in bettering the health of women and chil dren are urged to come along and watch the classes in pro gvess. In these classes, members learn to relax and concentrate baetter, and to move more easily, so that the burden of everyday life is lightened. Classes are graded into elemen tary, medium and advanred, making the exercises quite safe for older people and for. those in poor health. After members have undertaken elementary tuition, learning to move snore easily, they can then enjoy the exhilaration of faster movement - the more advanced classes. Children's classes arnd special' classes for pregnant women are also on the League's programme. A similar visitors' night will be held on November 1st at 8 p.m., at the Masonic Hall, Rowe St., Eastwocd. For further info...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

CLASSIFIED RATES: MIJnimumn 2/- for 12 words or less. then 2d per words Advertisemnen'.s may hl' placed at. 'The Advertiser" -Office, off Church Street, Parra *nata. at any Newsagency in the -distric:t or posted (with postal note ,or stamps - to this Office. Box 20, P.O., Par 'amatta. FOR SALE _ :KITCIiEN Cabinet, with sliding glass doors, Table and 4 Chairs, all in polished-, . walnut color. £13/10,'/. Cash or terms. Parramatta Live Stock. 57 George St.. opo. Gas Co.. 1st door in lane. See also Furni ture For Sale column for further barga:ins. !NSUIRE your< car, your family and your house with the Governlmcnt In.;uranco Ofice. afid . save up to 1/3 on your premium. Call and see R: '-D. Ro-',?tnn 58 oud rn ,re-Nc quarie St.. Parramatta. UW6551, 'vM 1435 night, Agent. KMAS .CARDS: Parramatta Series. St. Jchn's, Old Govt. House. King's School (2). Elizabeth Farm. St. Patrick's, exclusively etched by Douglas Pratt. set of 6. 3/-. Cure hei land Newspapers Ltd., Mac qua ri Str...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

IN MEMORIAM BROWN.-Treasured memories of my darling Dad, Robert James, who fell asleep, October 19th, 1944. Al ways in the .thoughts of his loving Daughter, Glad. ROBERTS. William Henry.-Oct. 17, 1938. Ever remembered by his Wife and Family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

MUSICAL H. WELLS SPIANO TUNING 51 Wetherill. St., CROYDON Telephone: UA 4052 Est. 40 years, 20 years in London. Flanos and Players Tuned, Repaired, Re-felted. Re-buting Re-valving.. WANTED TO BUY WANTED to buy urgently,. Plano or Player, any condition. Spot cash today. Will pay highest price, and take immediate delivery. ' Phone LM5268 or UW9233, or write Box 40, P.O., Marrlckville. HOUSEHOLD FURNITRJIE, Sewing Machines, Cycles. Prompt inspec tion all suburbs. King's, 448 Church Street. UW9866. WANTED . to buy, small cottage, Guildford, Merrylands or Gran ville. .68 Goode St., Granville. HOME-MADE sweets of all.kinds, de livery arranged. Ring UU1073. WANTED gardener or nursery to supply flowers, buy order for flor 1st. Apply 19 Second St., Gran ville. WANTED IRON-FRAME PIANO. Imnmediate Cash Settlement for Piano of reliable make. PHONE UF2761. PROFESSIONS B. D. McDONALD - -ARCHITECT POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, 224 Church St., PARRAMATTA S(Opp. P.O.), Phone: UW 7702 CECIL G. MORRIS TAX AGE...

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Historical Society Tour [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 18 October 1950

Historical Society Tour Nearly 100 members of Cen- tral Cumberland Historical Tour- ing Society recently made a 100-mile round tour, visiting historic points of interest. The tour included the Society's annual visit to Stewart House, Collaroy.   Visits were also made to Pitt- water, Narrabeen, Collaroy Plateau, Manly and North Head. The Society's next tour will be held in November, when an in- spection will be made of work- ings at the Warragamba Dam project, near Wallacia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

4LASSIFID IRA TE$: Minimum 2/- for 12 words or -less. ,then 2d per word. Advertlsemenf.s uma-y be placed at "The .Advertiser" -Oice, off Church Street, Parra enata. at any Newsagency in the district or posted (with postal note .or stamps) to this Ofice. Box 20, 0.O.. Parramatta. FOR SALE ~,-~-,-, - (LOUNGE Suite, wooden frame. up holstered in moquette, heavy frames, in good order, £14/15/ cash, or terms. Parramatta Live Stock. 57 George St.. opp. G. C'.. 1st door in lane. See also Furni ture for Sale column for iurther bargains. CREAM cane Cyclops pram. good condition. Cnr. Webb and Murray Sts.. East Parramatta. 'XMAS CARDS: Parramatta Series. St: John's. Old Govt. House. King's School (2), Elizabeth Farm. St. Patrick's, exclusively etched by D-ouglas Pratt, set of 6, 3/-. Cum berland Newspapers Ltd., Mac quarie Street. Parramatta. IIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. leading makes,. guaranteed in faultless condition, available at reasonable prices for immediate free delivery. Cash or terms. P...

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May's Hill Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

-May's Hill Progress Association. Members..of. May's Hill" Pro :ress Association at a recent S?ieeting eApressed 'pleasure . at improvements which have taken place in the area. Holroyd Council has completed initial. -roadworks in Laura and Webb Streets, and street light ing has been provided in Wels ford and Vincent Streets. The Mdteiopolitan Water Board has completed installation of per manent water mains throughout the May's Hill area, and N.S.W. Housing Commission plumbers are now changing over tempor ary house supplies to the per manent mains. Work on gas main extensions in May's Hill area has been temrn porarily. suspended owing to the. shortage of. suitable pipes,; Scei tary of. May's Hill Progress A?so6= ciation (Mr. Liddall) said to-day. "The Australian Gaslight Com pany has made excellent pro gress with the work, which willy be resun'ed again as soon as: pipes become available," Mr.. Liddall said. The Association holds monthl-, meetings or. Sunday mornings at 10.30 a.m., at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

earn ..to Ct, Design . And Make. By. a: Method Proved- Over 20 Years. Ring, UVW 3290 to Enrol at MELVERN COLLEGE. OF 'DRESSCUTTING 52 MYALL STREET, *MERRYLANDS C LARKE & CLARKE Parramatto's Shirt Shop COOER COMF0RT this gummer - with the Palm Beac SPORTS SHIRT Here's a good buy, a summer-weight shirt in a grand variety of colours .White, Fawn, Grey and 'Blue. It's made from strong' durable cloth that's easily laundered and is ideal for every day wear! Features a two-way collar, .two pockets and short sleeves. Specially cut with emphasis on • comfort and coolness and is available in sizes SM, M, OS & XQS. And Priced at only .... ... . .... .... ....... py AMA SAVINGS! Buy before prices rise--lightweight: pyjamas made from summer-weight Silk Poplin and inr a wide variety of woven stripes. These pyjamas are mode from fine English Mercerised Poplin and are really excellent value. Available in sizes SM, M, OS. and XOS. 3 Priced. foronly.. .. ..o.. . ATHLETIC SINGLETS S Se...

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MISS TENNIS WELCOMED GENERAL'S WIFE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

MISS TENNIS WELCOMEDI GENERAL'S WIFE .i/iss Fay Head, pretty bloiide lassK from Wentworthville, was chosen by Parramatta. Hospital. Ball' Committee .for the honor of presenting the committee's. floial 'tribute of welcome to Mrs. F. H. Beiyidyman, wife of Lieut.-General ~'.. . , Berryman, . C.B., C.B.E.. D.S.O. (G.O.C: Eastern Com mand), when the couple .arrive.d at -the :Rivoli for *the ball at vh'ich they were guests of honor. .Fay Head is Glenrowan Tennis 'Club's sponsored candidate for thet title of Miss Tennis in the N.S.W. quest which is part of the 1950. R.S.I. Miss Australia Quest. At.. the IHospital Ball, Fay and Mi:. Darrell Francis' entertained a party. of 22 friends from Glen rowan Club,.. including: Mr. and Mrs. D.. Sloan, ,Miss Val Dtncan, Gordon Thvaite, Ann --Morris, and Ron Francis. : A.."platter party"' and barbecte held recently at the- Gle'n.iwan Club, attended by about' thirty yotjng people, raised £2/1O=, for funds; to support Fay's candi dature. :Whien he fell ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

S4 ELI VER Y ..... LY m- .o :" i_ - .. "; .:M odels . . lain enamel food conpart me nt rust-proofed stee shelves-twin row storage for Si tall bottles - Frozen Foods I storage locker--t-rip lock door I Jhandle. SI : :-.- Rush in for yours now and S-save - they're slightly shop - soiled. SCubic Feet. Deposit ""4""'6 :r FREE DELIVERY METROPOLITAN AREA:* POWERED BY THE Sest/in housec f - SEALED-IN ECONOMISER UNIT lII with modern refrigeration our guarantee is in the namie of U F , ¢" , *PEASY TERMS ARRANE i" :O NEAlED -' j -· i., ~~~B ~B i , .' "? ' , .,: 7. . '" 8? .--: , ." ' " ". "": -;.i. ? ?a;. ...:'( ."? ' ...-.. .. -:. , . . . . .- '? . .... ..:-.,, , ? _ , '., ..,: : : . : ?.: ?,,,.- :. ,i. ,:?: :, .. • , - '3 ,-:,,.-- ..,:. , ,,~ . ES:~W3d ,BzB~D - ~ iri ·''; ,.1 MEN'S SHOES at your - Me en's-Wear ,Shop SMART SHOESP -.. r :. ith welted :soies. ..Black, Tah, from ....42 FRED COBCROFT i25. Church., Street, -, PARRAMATTA (Next Door Shute's Cafe) UW 9635 ,.:..:-. ; :AYLW' ARD &...

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From Paddock to Punter [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Srom Paddock to Punter . (By Harry Quigley.) Vouldn't .it make you laugh?. ohnmakers at' Rosehill last urday. ran out of cash be e the last race. To use the -nacular, we just tore it .Off cause it was known that the g at "The Hill" was very y, many regular racegoers Saturday's meeting a bye. it was the best punters have erienced in donkeys' years. e . collected on every race, ere was a time when. grey ses were as unpopular as flies, but -thanks chiefly to ji, Denali aid :a few. pothers, have come .tinto their 'own. t. Saturday ;Grey 'Boots. won Caulfield Cup and Grey Theo the Auburn Mixed Stakes at e Hill.'' trainer palt told me that as opers he rather liked greys, they ,were too easily spotted the stipes, on the worldc will be no 'big than. a fair-qized, punaplyn. Sattirda?: week jockey Jack mpson rode' a 'winrier in Ire` and lat . Saturday he red another at Roseliill. Be long -these"-boys ,will?be slip over to the ?planet 14ars ,for ount. Phile there was a lot of inter in the doub...

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"SKY PILOT" AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

"SKY PILOT" AT PARRAMATTA Travelled missionary, the ;Sky Pilot; Mr. Keith' Langford-Smiith, addressed a meeting of 'SC Johi'u Church of Erland Men's Insti tute at the Church Hall, Parra matta, recently. MIvr. Langford-Smith, son of a late rector of St. Thomas', Sum mer Hill, conducts- a weekly r.ado broadcast in .Sydney. . He fold the meeting of his extensive tours of the Northern Terr itory and Darwin :areas, while on -missionary work among ihe abo;?ig, noJ .tThes.. "" >

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Neurological Centre [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Seurological Ceintre The Governor, Lt.-Gen. Sir John Northcott, has consented' to his name being 'given 'to the Ncurological.. Cehtrlie.being estab lished by the R.S S. & A .L. Lof A. for the benefit/ of ex -service mien i and.- omen and their. de pendents. An appeal for funds to coni plete :equipiping the Centre :will commernce fon Octobe 30". Con tribiuxtris inay be fowiarded to the "Sn'-: :liewspaper, radio sta-~ tion 2 ? r. the Hon:-Organisier of the" Nortl cott Neurological, Centre -Ap1eal,] Box 5261, G.P.O., Sydn'ey .

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JUNIOR CRICKET RESULTS A Grade WENTWORTHVILLE v. RANGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

4-- - - -.. ·,! AQ Grade WENTWORTHVILLE v. RANGERS on by Rangers on first in s by 29 runs. angers, 1st innings, 123. entworthville, 1st innings, 94. angers, second innings, 73 Matheson 21, K. Wilson 16, Culey 3-16, G. Martin 5-26). entworthville, 2nd innings, (J, Munro 25, A. Dominey W. Anderson 2-28). LROYD v. MERRYLANDS UNITED on by Holroyd on 1st innings. errylands United, first in s, 134. olroyd, 1st innings, 187. errylands United, 2nd in s, 1-20. STMEAD v. ST. GEORGE on by . Westmead on 1st ags. estmead, 1st innings; 280. George, 1st innings, 183 (R. man 71, J. Kmunkler 44 n.o., andley 4-38). George, 2nd innings, 1-57 Greatrix 28 n.o.). A Reserve DYEAR v. PENDLE HILL on by Goodyear outright. odyears, 1st innings, 7-174: ndle Hill, 1st innings, 65. ndle Hill, 2nd innings, 49 (A. 4-14). LBURN v. MARIST BROS. OLD BOYS on by Kelburn, by an in s and 20 runs. arist Bros. Old Boys, 1st ags, 70. lburn, 1st innings, 2-121. arist Bros. Old Boys, 2nd in s, 31 (M. Corben 5-16, N. 4-12). Bl...

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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

pARRAMATTA [Rotari; ans roared .when last week's guest' speaker, Mr. Hubert Opperman; M.P., Lib:, Corio, -put th?' one over. At a recent vaudeville show in I?lelbourne, said our Oppy,". a comic trunidled a. tandem bike on stag'.e- wit"";a chihY anzee aboard, the back sea'. Dismounting, the :. omic said to the chimp: "'Hop on that bicycle over there, and .if you' can' ride= It lona enough. y.ou'll probably end up in Parliamentt too." Methinks " Downri: with Father. Christmas',..i' Ded man wouldn't appreciate: that one. ,AYBE Itn %flattering . self - but it "would appiear thi?t ,sundry citizens read, maikedi learned and v.-very inwardly di,. gested my rcent ;piece >,abia? fined a couple of :sma?kers 'f: unlawful egress from a t.iiain at Clyde. You will. remember thit. the Law pounced on him because he: left the train via the track,' after :his carriage had pulled up beyond the platform. .Again at Clyde, the other moiia-ing, the same fate could have` befallen passengers, in my carri...

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NEWER THAN TV [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

NEWER THAN TV What's newer than television?.. Crowds of women-and ntumer ous men and children too-gath ered outside one of Ashley's! show windows in Church Streeti last week to see the answer toi that question, provocatively dis-i played. or., a showcard, demon strated in an original and eye-i pleasing way by four pretty girls. The answer, say Ashleys, is "Diamond white, for summer: fashion accessories."' To 'illustrate the idea, their window was :dressd with an at tractive display" o " ti~hites summer, hats, backed by a' hiige iodel of' a televisin: set.. For several` houirs :dn Wednes day, Thursday anid riday the, "TV screen" was illuminated' while four attractive lasses pre sented a passir., parade of Ash ley's "Diamond White" hats for` the new summer season. The girls were Sybil Marriott, Gwen Smallman, Heather An d ersoii and Kath. Harris. All are salesgirls from .Ashley's' own staff. The girls modelled in all ..30. hats in a budget priced -raige. from about 21/-. to 596;, rese...

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TWO FINED FOR S. P. BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

TWO FiNEiD FOR .RiC-"ARPD LINDLEY STONE ('46.);,' rig ger, , M'inmai Street, \Villasi'.od, was fined £20 by. Mr. 13fr , a4M.., •t ParraMlatta Ceurt Iast wveckc for S.P. betting. He plcacJcd guilty. Constable Gaul, of the Vice Squad, Burwood, said in cvidcrce that Stone !-d- bee n betting from his residence and recordsC of 23 bees, ranginig fromn 1/- to 10/-, were seized, tugether with 0/ betting money. Kilner Scnc:er (4G6). ec isher, Ethxel Strect, ? -L:'ris Park, was fined £20 by Mr. Brown, S.Mrv., at Parram~tta Court for S.P. bctting. In evidence, Constable BarEer, of Parramatta Police, said Scn ter hao.d been betting at his re:i dence. Records of 14 bets rancg ing from 6d. to 2/6 had been seized. Sonter pleaded guilty. Good-nature is more r.greeable. in conversation than wit, and gives a certain air to the coatn tenance which is more aniable thi.n beauty.-Joseph Addison. William Dick (15),- of Kirley Street, Dundas, suffered a dis located thigh, abrasions • and shock last week wh...

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