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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Z - '-----Doc's Photo Service. HERE ARE the nine pretty girls who made their bow td Rear Admiral H. A. -Showers, C.B.E., at the Mayoral Ball held~ recently at Parramatta .City Hall, with.: -? ar- ing Mgatron of Honor, Mrs. R. S. Turton, and.' aln Barairai Kirk (left) and Lorraine MolNbs (right). The debs are Patricia:. Langdon,. ,Lynn Carr, i~eta Jackson, Anni Black,. Rita Herbert,.' Betty Scott, Toni Law; Joan McDonald nd .Heather McKenan.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
I'm Told That.... [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

THIS WEEK is Health Week, and a speGia,' menu to con form with hIealthful "first principles' . .vitamins, mnn erals and all .. -will be served.. by members of Parramatta Home' Service Club at their monthly Business Girls' arid, Shoppers' I uncheon, to be held next Friday at the A.G.L. auditorium (George Street) between ::12 k oon "and 2 p.rA. Proceeds to local charities. TWO SISTERS, Misses Gwen and- Joy "Porter, new residents of Baulkham 'Hills, were wel comed to membership. of. Par ramatta Country. Women's .As cociation. Younger Set at the group's recent annual meeting. Both girls : were. formerly iembers" of . Camden-. C.W.A. 'Younger Set. J. C.- WILLIAMSON: SING ERS, June .Phillips- and. Geoff Filtness, will be featured art= ists at a Musicale and. Fashion Parade to be held at the A;G.Li Auditorium, 'George Street, Parramatta, don" Friday, No veinber 10,.at? p.m.', in aid of Guildford .Truby :King Baby Clinic. Pretty local lasses Margaret '.Neave, ',Betty Ashi croft ("Miss Parra...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL MEET TO-NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

I WILL-MEET TO-NIGHT A 'ipublic meeting co?n-, S'ened by the Mayor- (Aid. E. A. Mibbs) will be held int ..the City Hall to-night :( (ednesday). at 8; -when dplans or Pazinwatta-"Cele j atioun W ," to ;be hield o* Fedration conmemnora tiofi, will be discussed. The- .Mayor said to-day. that he hoped many. citizens would attend.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE-CIT. CHOIR [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

POLICE-CIT. CHOIR Members of Parramatta Police Citizens Boys' Club Choir are requested to be in attendance at 7.30 p.m. to-night .(Wednesday) at the Assembly Hall, Margaret Street, Sydney, where'the -annual concert of the Federation will, be h.vld.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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N.Z. ARCHBISHOP TO PREACH AT GRANVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

N.Z. ARCHBISHOP TO .PREACH. AT GRANVIHLE The Anglican Archbi hop o N-.:w Zealand (Dr. West-Watsoan?, ,ill'?reach at the? evening se - vice in St. M--.' : s Chirf of. He is comrig- to .Sydney for the General Synod ancd the vis of the Archbishop of Canter bury.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Women are wise ! -YES Wise enough to know that every woman can't follow every new Hair Style. Fashion, Individuality That is the Secret of BEAUTY . Your hair must be, patterned ti framie . ahd flatter your face. You may :rest assured of an individual approach to all1 yopir" hair problemfs at 36 George Street, Parcamatta Si UeyW 9an 8 .' ,Sydney .anld Suburbs. ' FURS, DIRECT' FROM MANUFACTURER See Our Factory Show * Rioon lrzrpoy For ycur:fgur requiremen.fs Consult us with your { 'Erse. P~roble ms. w ;? Making up oa furs to iii. 4 {{ dividuol vyic &. meas o'e 4 Reppirs, -Cleanin r IRe ntodrilirig. or ' Tasfsinq, 4' = " Dyeing and Mo"aking of your OWil skins.' We cani now offer rm Jort'cd white lappin Even ink E pCo ... !pe Mfg. Fierrier. Arcade Chambers. Parramtta m --- UvV 9339 is happier . .* with a eBale Bijou Piano .The modern stream-. .lined Piano that's just the right size to fit a modern flat:, or home -yet. has: full, rich tone. Call in and. try one of these lovely in...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

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

Y--'R ýWEEIS.: `?n PICKED UP AND DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR. IN 244 HOURS AND THE COST IS For Each BIG 91b. (Dry Weight) BAGFUL. We use BENDIX Washing Machines. Your Laundry will be Double Washed (i.e., washed twice) in a machine by itself under hygienic conditions. AN ANTISEPTIC IS ADDED TO EVERY WASH. EPPING LAUNDRETTE Phone WM1388 LARGE STOCKS NOW AVAILABLE 4. x j T. & G. D.V. (fin; size 4 x J), suitable for garage doors and partitions. z 6 x ; T. & G. (fin. size 6 x ") for flooring. 6j x I T. & G. (fin. size 6 x J) for flooring. 61 x i Rusticated Weatherboards. - 7" C. & C. Weatherboards. 4" Splayed Architrave. 3" Splayed Band Moulding. 2x 1, 3 x 1, 4 x , 5'x 1, 6x I, 7x D.A.R. Finishes, J each under. REGULAR SHIPMENTS ARRIVING Also Good Stocks of CANE-ITE - GYPROCK and HARDBOARD on hand. Catt olds.mith VICTORIA ROAD, PARRAMATTA , 'PHONE UW 9974-5. 1 ..•. ..mo.. H. J. BIDDLE M.O.O.A. Optometrist ,& Optician A big percentage of our popula: 'tio...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Sport Successes Australia's Greatest Ad., says 'Oppy' [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

Grea Sporý s uccesses flzýstý°aýllca's test A d09 e'QLy`S 6ý 9 8`d:'J Austrai;a received the greatest advertise ments in her history by her successes in the last Olympic Games,. and other fields, of sport Soverseas, Mr. Hubert Opperman, M.H.R., said in Parramatta, last week. Mr. Opperman, who is chair man of sporting committees for the 1951 Jubilee Federation Cele-. brations, was addressing a meet ing of Parramatta Rotary Club at Hiawath... _He said that :Australia receiv ed £lm. of advertising from the last Olympic Games, when world newspapers devoted a million inches to the'results. "I've: seen the tremendous ir. fluence 'the sporting Spirit has under the hardest circumstances, when men are -taxed: to -the Ult most of their endurance," Mr. Opperman said. "Under these. circumstances, mostly, I founid: that men were always prepared to help others, regardless of nationality. "Sport will play -a large part in our Jubilee celebrations; the: Federal Government -has .allo cated £20,0.00 ...

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

Dispensing Chemist 0 KODAK SUPPLIES ARGYLE STREET,. PARRAMATTA Opp. Station. 'Telephone: IUW. 9270 c~. . • - "" ' o, . . -L II : ?, " " .: : .. .-. . . ,. ..p, 40 CIwric St... Parramatta , U. 9333 ,; .. ..~ .cP~ c ,CBPL ~rPXLC%~q~~r;,,~- + ,.., -..... .- . .. , .+? ,. ; , ' + . mm m.., ' + . . . i '" WHIL OD PWATCHES WHILE OLD PRICES LAST WATCHES OR D --_e T WATCHES / - PRM4Z SCHUBER P¶179-1818`. % ' ea cup rc ge #Pi Pknosz for iiiodetr hcrnes. " e r-' " ý _ . - . = Choosing~ c piano -from "'Western Piano Heuwe"; ,con be- a rrcisozoehte. coccasion for' your entice forni~y. *rhink ot. th', Years of hzome enfter teinmont that will be you:s, and a[so the tsp~ondid opportrwity to devec cp your yo&*ngstor's talent,. Rcmecmber,'° ac ay piano - at. :"Western' Piano IKau~e is- s~perbiy - jtieod, pcssse~ses a rich abundcant (onO.andod: ce Priced fra1~tI only" £:4O-~--r vavitobke. on eery *terms- daf 6/6 "wcekriy." t RUDIBAyCH1 VICTO ' ýjW A Y Er. ; CONCORD JGf. .INS ur.~ " CQU4ý t IE...

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HIGH COST OF CUTTING GRASS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

CUTTING GRASS Cutting grass may appear to be a 'cheap item,. but it cost Hol .Qyd ' Couiicil nearly.. £200 for nino months'work in. the muni ci.aiLy during. 1949-50; Total. cost :for cutting gra.s in 12 parks in the area amounted to .1.93/19/3, according to .the Towni .Clerk (Mr. P. A. Arnett). iThe cutting work -was. done be tween September, 1949, and April this year. Cost for cutting grass in Went: worthville ' Memorial Reserve, alone- amounted to £30/16/8, and at Merrylapds Baby Health Centre, £32/7/10. Under its grass cutting pro gramme;,Council cuts grass in oill streets, parks, schools and play ing areas, throughout. the muni cipality;. .The '.work is normally done: every year.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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Northmead Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

No rthmead Progress Association. Councillors L. C. Turton, L; G. Scott and W. Flint, of Baulkham Hills Shire Council, attended the recent meeting of Northmead Progress Association. Councillbr Turton said: the Council had .decided 'on a town planning scheme, costing ap proximately.- £33,000. No more shopping facilities would - be allowed on Windsor Road owing to- danger from traffic, but .sec: tions of Murray Street and. Mary Street had been planned as shop ping centres. Advice was received by the Association - that. consideration would be . given' to providing, a safety net on the footbridge near Woollen Mills, additional, electric lights in Clynes and Biieiis Rds., more telephone boxes provided and electi-icity -rates collected at Nrorthmeucd?. Hall: It was-' decided - to co-operate wiith the Labor Party at Castle Hill in a- protest meeting tc be held in connection with the-in crease -iri bus fares and inade quate service to the district; Attention was drawn to :the need for garbag...

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

r1ij is ac~X-~Ied. 1-~ c'"C'T rcýP C.hr U 0 a- ¶'ý ý1:1 ~ ~ ~ ' 1i^ ls ' Yý C C" * ~ rtO CwZ l i t ' Iý ý' I Pcramitic's: Leading, Funeral Directors iim etcadfe ACo. PLty. Liee 181 1~urh-~ieet ARBAATT UW:8 °/ SUCCESS WITH Y 1R SNAPSHOTS Leave your films with'u 4 o 4W eii ice Films, Cameras, AU Photographic Supplies. SU itl/P !1HAKDWAR U.E .E . FOR CORRECT, PRICES. SERVICE AND CIVILITY. "P-IO'NE UW 9164--WE. IEIVER---RIGHT AT :STATION, GUILDFORD Nake a L--by Now on "Cyd ops" ·Toys 1:AY KO" '8DGI SETS :T= , SEtSETS, etc. CR; KERY TS FOS ' e the Irease in Prices LAWN MOWERS' '"WRINGERS .. . .P. ": ' " . "ACME" £7/15 6 £UY iNOW AND- AVOID I~CF?AS. "WRINGCM STER'' £71 .. P s. .:r A . ,.. £7115/ SICES. ' : U:''W RAL'-M. :S..9, 0 90/ { , RO". .. . . . 2- ':, £55/ . 4"'. . .i5 O/. SE lNDDIRY" . ?i?"' c y--. b e,-Tyre a=d ait tet iiA 'AC I1NES ... . . £8/8/ er t ... ..ements . .. ............. 177 HALING CYCLES.' :Cash or , f. ", .. . .. . Ter~i. Complet . Range , of ifo~RTA~B~LE COp) Tyr : ...

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BEAUTY ON PARADE AMONG THE LOOMS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

A AOT LM OAS FROM left to right, models Dorothy McCullock, Maureen Cooney, Meryl Jones, Kath Coonan, Jill Moulder. ..Glamor came to, Bond's Industries, Went . orthrvile, last Wednesday, when four leading Sydney marinequins presented two twenty .mn, e fas1ion. parades for employees during the lungh hour. The par.ades are a recent in nEvafion "organised by' four f~nms connected with fashion j~reducts, Berlei, Cole of Cali fornia, Grafton Fabrics and L:ourny Beauty Preparations -to bring to workers in in cdustry previews of fashions w*hich their work prevents them from seeing. Idea of the amenity has quickly "caught on" and is rap idly gaining popularity. It was originated by a group of four r epresentatives of the above firms, Mrs. M. ' Mackay (Graf ton), Miss Wyn-ne Castelle (Ber lei), Miss Amy Cumpston (Cole) and Miss Marjorie Sparrow (Lournay). Beond's workers showed their appreciation •with spontaneous and 'loudly" prolonged ap plause--the boys no less en thusiastically than. the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

.-. ' ,. ':. .. . .. , .-* ', olp. ¼ t'::::i::: /ii l A" '"RITEMP' 7 a. P .i:..,d~ 8# cu. ft. model, se gal " .f ..: mod•, sealedt ".- . ,unit ..i. " .... £139110 S . T . . .... . ":" " . '. ..r. .ew De L.xe-M.dl .... . 2/.0/ . cL. ft. capacity, . ": - . ,- :. 1101 Weekly II i : Weekly Terms from., TASMA 5, 710, or 12 cu. ft. 'WEEKLY ~ ~ .7 capacity. Prices from £122 TERMS ~ - ·. :'+"': :"::,?:-:='- :: ::· ?',.?' ? ? -.-.,,.:?.,:':-.::,.,.+ ·- ? i:??,? ii3i::::.iii:liijiiitiiiiiii:+iii ilii .....Weekly Terms from--.11. Scu. ft.\capacity. ..asn Price fm .+ ii ,~~~ 79 Gns. s Pr ice fr om £10211716 .... .... . .For FUN .t MONEY, listet to the Whatmufs Hour iiEvery~i Frda 2SM -- 9 to 10 p m [, ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ 8c •ib:: '.!?···: ;. : . :-:. . '.. ... .:i : - : ? ,,, 7 I ft. capacity . fWeekly Ca ,"rc 1-ce .. h c £:-+135/10/-i - . 4 ... * * Of City Address: ..tefe Foi :ASSI? 3rd Floor, Piccadilly Arcade, W e .''"00~ 139 Castlcreogh St., 01 . ??. .o SYDNEY,- MAo7199 oo 0A : A . ":a.. ? .. ' ....

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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MISS PARRAMATTA BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

ISS PARRAMATTA BALL Climax of Parramatta 'R.S.L.'s campaign in supporif of their candidate in this year's - Miss Australia. Quiest (Betty. Ashcroft), - the. ,Miis Parniaatta;Ball gill` b helpil this Frida, (Otob -? 7) at the City' Hall, Betty .: . will. be fficialy crowned Miss Parrai~aatat dur ing the evening. Some tickets are still ,avail able,'- and' bookings can be made with Mr. S. Gander at the R.S.L. Club, Macquarie Street, Parramatta. (UW7125). Tic kets are.' 12/6 each. Music will be by Mrs. Dubois' o rches tra, and a cabaret style sup per will be ocrved.

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CALLING ALL MATELOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

i CALLIuc ALL IMATELOTS The Ex- Naval Mc's' Asocia ion (N.S.W.) will held its an nual -dinner. at. Legion Hoiie, 161 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. on Wednesday, October 25, at 7.45 p.m. '! Members, their wives and 'friends, are invitedl to uttind. .. Tickets are 12/6 cach. Inquir:es can be made b'., con tacting the State Secretary, 75 :itt Street. Sydney, cr by .nhcn

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Zealand Again Bars Coastal Citrus [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

New ealand Again Bars. Coa al Citrus The Necw Zealand Gov. rn mrient has turned down another attempt by Mir. Roy vWheeler, {M.H.R., through the Australian. 'Minis.er for Commerce. to'secttre entry to that counitry of coastal : citrus. " Mr. \VWhieer' will try again. New Zealrid' .ground for rc jEction is tthe prevalence of fruit fly. On behalf of the Hawk isbury ,Ftruitgrowers". Defenc. `"Asoci-. ation, it has been contended ,that there :is no fruit fly in these districts .in June and July, aind. zthat exaort in those months .should therefore be prinitted. Anothne grouand :taken4- thet fruit .?i .. "could be"- sterilistd '" 'r cool storage before shipment has been rejected, b,.eause of dcubts about -developrrint: of storage spot aind mould.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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North Coast Honeymoon [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

North Coast SHoneymoon The marriage took place at All Saints, Parramatta, recently, of Beryl, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James .Dowling, of Parra mattar, to Ralph, son of Mr. are; Mrs. A. Trengrove, of Gilgandra. The .bride .wore a gov n of white figured satin fashioned with round organdi yoke; -:and carried a bouquet of white roses, carnations and petunias. . The bride's sister, Jean, and Miss Shirley: -Lamont were' bridesmaids, . gowned .. in .- pir:.' georgette embi-oidered with sil ver thread, with matching head dresses.: They. carried -silver. baskets of pink carnations and roses mixed with mauve lilac. and pinks. Five-year-old Maria Eggleton was floweri girl, wearing a frock. of app.e, green -silver embroid ercd .' georgette, with a- silver basket of flowers to match the bridesmaids'. Best man was the bridegroom's: brother; Mr. :Henry .Trengrove:: and groomsman; . Mr.. Barry: Campbell. One hurlded and thirty guests were received at the School of :A~ts, Merrylands, after th...

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Spot Light on the Social Scene [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 25 October 1950

"LUCKY GRILLS," versatile radio comedian, will present his popular musical: act-he plays both guitar and accordion--at Murray Bros.' 2CH Community Show at Parramatta City Hall next Friday. Two other popular variety. artists will be featured, and the inimitable Walter Elliott will again compere proceedings. Community Show is held between 12 noon and 2 p.iii., with one hour of the proceedings broadcast over 2CH between 12.45 p.m. and 1.45 p.m. Admission is lid. reserved, 6d. unreserved. Booking plan at Murray: Bros.' fashion show room, Church Street. "DELIGHTFUL was the word for it," said guests who attended Parramatta Home Service Club's 13th. birthday party, held last week at the A.G.L, auditorium. Club president, Mrs. A. Flegg, and Miss Joan. Rawson, were hostesses, and an entertaining musical programnme featured ""]"'"' ~~~- I~~PD"~r~ Misses Ila and Betty Brown, Mrs. R. Corthorn and Mrs. Rob inson. Patroness Mlrs. I. Drum-. niond. cut the birthday cake and expressed warm wishes fo...

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