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The Standard Home magazine IO-REVIEW by SLAPPER [?]Cal Broadcasts [?]avily From Pool [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
- ~·· .1 'Th I Broadcasts I Yily From Pool g stations presenting alternate pro litical broadcasts must draw heavily ing pool' of listeners. Take Thursday .. an example. at 8.2 p.m gging on all except AR r our" out itical chatter eek refuge in e respective to sense their e. Dick Bent ow-artists in .BBC in Lon is a better d than ever He also iS. r than he, is hayerl, who ith comedian layed a little is good. When ublicity gave t Billy was ley Holloway nley has re ated by the f humor and it, Mayerl is ling from the us wonder truth in that lion eating terlude was at 8.30 by a ed called, eatina An- eless hussies e ABC pro t? The pro on South ad for those rt of 'stuff, ble feast. p.m. with a t music pro d begun half Unfortunately ame in on this' ven have been. e for KZ--the. Ilapsed at 8.15 lure" was fad guessed it, an-' ighten many the AR wave ose who stuck, when KZ left e to' present , too, with its erated by the petition, There a tenor whose e0, and by so Warthout For 5a0. plugs for age...
LANGWARR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
LANGWIJA Under the Keith and are contribu Langwarrin's approaching. consented to events at Annual Gym on Saturday, In addition &c., prizes including a the popular ed to su Progress As. express keen gestures. Registered Cdntrol Coe ricultural will be held a vous-Old B joining Station-whnch and also Ion to picnic readily a the main C Boundary Rn urday Fra buses pass 5i of the ground. "A Luky En ing run by Is ity Hospital teresting Coo open to all. A line Chris specially dons Lloyd, Ma Lloyd & Frankston. Various . including a h ing a line tro ular. SEquestrian .pecial Noaice children under rider has not prize at a Sha The Dog and conditions prove highly a Programmes supplied on a Secretary The oficil. Keith Mlurdoch 2.15 p.m., but will commen sharp.
MAYOR OF SANDRINGHAM WRITES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
MAYOR OF - SANDRINGHAM . WRITES E." J. Trait, Esq., J.P., Managing Editor, Standard News, Park Road, Cheltenham, 5.22. Dear Mr. Trait, Many thanks for the copy of "Standard". Jubilee issue, which: I received a few days ago. I desire to compliment you on the issue, both from journalist and printing point of view. Much of the matter was of in terest to me, as I have been a regular visitor- to. the Peninsula for forty years. With kind regards.; Yours truly, V. R. SILLITOE, - Mayor.
HEALTHFUL FRUIT JUICES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
HEALTHFUL 'FRUIT JUICES i Fr- the warmer weather, genu ine; sun-ripened fruit juices are the cleanest tasting and most re fre-hing drink to commence the day~-a" real health drink' for the whole family:. While supplies last, purchase a case of Pure -Orange and Grape fruit Juice in 30 oz. tins at below cost of production price. See Ritchie's special advertise ment: this issue.
The Standard Editorial Thursday, November 24, 1949 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
E DWSITORIAL EA.J __alahd PA GE coMe] Thursday, November 24, 1949 *:The low level to which State politics have descended has beeni:;: reflected it' the amazing attitude of many Prliamen.. tai~ias ito the Holiway Government Bill introduced to break the pf?iivate monopolistic;, control which has been throttling the ?tbead trade for. too long. Maybe the present :'Act, has. weaknesses, but these are cer 'tainly not sufficient to justify the opposition which is shown to ~the uieasure by the, Opposition-Labor and Country Party. It is really amazing:, to find Labor leaders denouncing the rheasure! Bread zoning was introduced as a wartime measure. - No one grumbledithen. ?It waas accepted as a wartime necessity: Peopl'e" natuisally expected zoning to end with the end of the , war. But the Bread -Monopoly had discovered fresh fields to conquer,.throuigh zoning, and when Government control was lifted,ý. they inflicted ?on the community "private 'nterprise "zoning,"; ':which was not justified,...
ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
.-BOUT PEOPLE SI ister Broughton, of Balcmbe Street, Frankston,' who attendea Mr. John Jarvis throughout" his long':illndss, is in the-Conmni Hlospital suffering u from pleuisy. SMrs. George Temperley, Nolan Street, . Franlrstorl, has: a fine baby boy in the Community.Hos pital. • .: Mr. Roberts has sold his Beach Street home to Mlr. Harry Hinde, a' former Frankston resident, who has been living in Tasmania for I:some years. Mr. Roberts has pur :chased Mrs. Morton's property in Cranbourne Road, and intends to make his home there. Mr. Ryan, of Kars Street, Frankston, purchased at auction for £3900, the shop and dwelling of Mr. Norman Oates in High Street. Mr. Jim Mann- resumed duty at Frankston Post Office last week, having completely recover ed from an operation performed at his former home town,; Swan Hill. His many friends in Fianks ton were pleased to see him look ing well again. -Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCabe (nee Owen) are being congratulated .on the birth of a daughter at Frankston...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
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GOODA — ROBERTSON WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
GOODA - ROBERTSON' WEDDING Thelma Hughes, daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. "Bill" Robertson,: Wells Street, : Frankston, :;was. married last Friday, at, St. Paul's,~ Melbourne, to .Mr: Harold Gooda,, of Frankston:. The .reception Mwas" held at-Scott's .Hoel.te
Let's Write a Letter To the Hon. W. W. Leggatt, M.L.A., Chief Secretary, State of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
.Let's Wt e a Letter To the `Hon; Iv. IV. Leggatt, 1 M.L.A, Chief Secretary, State of Victoria. Dear MRr. Minister, , :·I : e :.h;.ave read vwith absorbing interest the announcement that" Liquor :Reform :proposals ivill be introduced in 1950. We hope the:,reportsa"re 'founded' o ni fact. If you, Sir, are prepared toy go ahead& with real reforms then you wil go down in history as the Chief. of all Chief Secretaries We:.conclude by asking what hasb ecome of the Fact Finding Conu?ittee on.Liquor. Has it -gone into Liquordation? - Yours, etc., "THE STANDARD."
SANDERSON—CLIFFORD WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
"SANDERSON-CLIFFORD WEDDING The marriage of Dorothy Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L; H. Clifford, to John Andrew Sander son, son of Mrs. McIntosh, O.B.E., "Noogee Lodge," Victoria Parade, Frankston, will be celebrated at St. Paul's Church of England, Frankston, on Saturday, Novem ber 26, at 6 p.m., after which a reception will be held at "Noo gee Lodge."
RYAN, M.H.R. AT FRANKSTON [?]eaks to Good Audience [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
YANy M.H.R. AT F RANKSTO N AItoCAWood Audience;; R Loberal-COuntry Party candidate well-attended meeting at Frankston Eilr. Ryan stressed that this election was on its outcome would depend the pat Iitutions and economy for the future. (Chiel cli g the r. e ar. s as a Common. e pointed rd in and hown hint ciple and on. Hr. fully and the inter regardless ioss. His ei abroad a personal this coan relations, r compari eration at Ryan had rs, and on of Nations. Inr these ised. He ion of St. e, and had 0. In his a farmer, position to rs of consi oduaer and re was a at and on ents of an appeal to an to the of today ed by the also more ry the in SHe (Mr. this clear, t a doubt as of the e opposed ir aim was make this a happier with their ee to the intend to it is here challenged them in re etency and I say that travelling is direction- " said Mr. Ryan said: hilley made speech. It re for wvhat er than for mention of Lion, of the of the stand. things bound ectig vitally emphasis of Was on the n...
Frankston Hospital's S.O.S. for Staff Full Beds and Desperate Position [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
Frankston Hospital's S.O.S. for Staff Full Beds.and Desperate Position With every one of the 32 beds occupied by patients at the present time, Frankston Community Hospital is desperately short of nursing staff, which must be secured immediately. The Hospital manager (\Ir. A. .Iorton) has 'requested the "Stan lard" to make an urgent.: amal I roir nursing staff. He. states that there are former nurses in, Frank ston and district who are- now flling other occupations, " and he:, ippeals to as many of these who 3an do so, to come back to their profession to help their hospital, >ut of a very grave s!tuation. Mr. Mdrton specially draws the attention of former nurses to the act that, from next Monday, the ay and conditions of nurses un ler, a new award, are. greatly im )roved, and now the equal of best ay and conditions in any other homen's industry.
SEAFORD C.O.E. BAZAAR PROFIT OF £71 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
SEAFORD C.O.E. BAZAAR: PROFIT OF £71 REALISED The' Seaford Church :'of "Eng land Baziar.: last Saturday wias' opened by Cr. Reardon, onh be half' of the; Shire president, and was" a~ ouitstanding function. ,The profit realised £75, and was most gratifying and a credit to all concerned.. The function 'v?as or ganised by the Ladies' Guild of the church. The hall had :been splerididly decoiated by Mr. Att wood. Crs.. Coates and Klauer were: - included among , the patrons.