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TRIP TO RUSHWORTH FRANKSTON BUSINESS MEN ON TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

TRIP TO RUSHWORTH FRANKSTON BUSINESS MEN ON :TOUR ' Four -Frankston business men had an` enjoyable week-end trip to' ;'Rushworth recently. They werei Cr. C. Coates, Messrs C. J. Le Roy, Vic McComb and Col. Jackson; Members of the party were. given, a warm welcome by a, number of :Rushworth citizens, and:. shown round Rushworth, Waranga Basin, and Balaclava open cut mine. They were shown over the mine by Ken King, who is well-known. in Frankston. The visitors panned for gold, and all brought home a few specks to Frankston. '..First-Constable Jeffree, when lie hears about the latter, will no doubt regard it as merely "tak ing- coal -to' Newcastle," as he vows to set off the golden gushei at Tubba .Rubba at "any tick oj the clock" from now.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE FRANKSTON BRANCH TO BE FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

-FRANKSTONBRANCHn TO BE FORMED Although the Australian Air League has been here in Vic toria since just before the out break of the last war; a decided shortage of instructors and dquipment, plus an enforced abandoned plan for enlargement because of the war, restricted the progressive steps that the League had planned to do here in Vic toria. In New South Wales there is now a membership of more than 15,000. The League hbs a complete training organisation for cadets in every branch of aviation and allied subjects, and tends to add to the ever' persistent search for aviation knowledge that is al "ways to the fore in Australia youth, in this modern era. The -League, a purely volun tary organisation, can offer to Australian youth the education needed to become proficient in the operation of radio, signalling, model making, first aid, life-sav .ing, navigation, physical training and discipline. The aim of. the League is to preserve and build up physical fitness in junior cadets by a care...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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STONY POINT MAN'S "LAST RUN" MR. V. McCRONAN RETIRING FROM RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

STONY POINT MAN'S "LAST MR:V. V McCRON`AN:RETIRING FROM" RAILWAYS iVhen Ihe assists the Stony Point train- out from Frankstononn Sat urday 'morning,: Mr. V. _icCronan, fireman, of Stony Point, -will be mcaking his: final run prior to re firement, after: diIne record of 49 -years i'n the service of the Vic torian Rqilways.: :' . I Vir. M'rcCronan is 'very popular on the Peninsula, and; his host- of fri?ends wish him !good h'ealth and', bappiness in retirement- ~S. :;... ;

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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UNION JACK CLUB FRANKSTON RESIDENTS' SPLENDID SUPPORT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

UNION JACK CLUB . FRANKSTON RESIDENTS' SPLENDID SUPPORT The recent Gala Dance organ ised by this how well-known or ganisation, attracted .a large num ber of dancers to the Mechanics' Hall and a carefree and) happy evening was enjoyed by all. The magnificient scheme of decoration. - consisting of flags, owdrs, streamers and foliage,: centred around a painting :of the' sailing shio days-was a feast of colour which, with the bright music, created the right atmos phere. The club was honoured by the presence of the President- of the Union Jack Club, Melbourne (MIr. Parry-Jones) and his wife, who were accompanied: by .several. members of. the' IMel :bourne U.J.C. Prizes were presented -to Mls. .;Snell. :and Mr.; Taylor -(spot -dance), Mrs.. Breavinton" nd Mr. C: Martina (lucky partners)' and Miss .Grant and Mr. Bell (elim' inationi waltz).-.'Mr. Ray Downie was the popular -M.C. aind 'Mi. Scott and his Band- were respon sible, for' the' gay dance music. Supper" was, provided during the int...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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MR. JAMES THOMAS O'KEEFE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

IMR. JAMES THOMAS O'KEEFE Mr. James Thoma's O'Keefe, who died on November 16 at his residence, Humphries Road, Frankston, leaves a \wife and seven, children. ' The funeral :-took place on November' 18. Rev.. Father Brace officiated at the graveside in Frankston Cem etery. Messrs. Hector' Gamble & Sons conducted the funeral.

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OBITUARY MRS. EDITH BOULTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

OBITUARY MIRS. EDITH BOULTON Mrs. Edith Boulton died at her residence, - Tooradin Road,; Pearcedale, on November 17. The symrsthy :of the, district is ex •tended 'to her .husband. M' any relative's arid friends ,at-: tended the funeral which took place-on November 19. Rev. A. J. Whyte read the' burial service. . . lMessrs. Hector. Gamble & Sons' .condu'cte?l the funeral arrange ments.: . The pall bearers were Messrs.'I D. Holman,. L. Bennett, S.' Broadbent, T. M.cKnight, 'C. Han-· cok, 'J., Swaiison; C. -Nesbitt and B. Walker and the casket bearers' xwere Messrs. A: Bethune, , A. McKillop, G. Boulton and R. Boulton.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

[Big Freeze, * at AW? :. Could there be, any truth * in the rumor that the-. " AW production depart * meut gave some consider ation to using the Pue SCini aria, "Your . Tiny * Hand is Frozen," as` the . theme song for its new . Svariety show, "Ice Fol * lies"? R ITCHIES : OF PRANKSTON -.ICENSED GROCERS SPEC IAL OFFER! PURE ORANGE & GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 30 OZ. TINS. 3 Tins for 2/-. or Case of z Dozen I 5/ BUY, WHILE THEY. LAST ! "TRUE VALUE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE" PRATTS :STORE ORDER YOUR XMAS HAM BE SURE OFIDELIVERY. This Item shows signs of being in short supply this year. Phone 22 . . Opp. Station HOT BUNS AND; BUN LOAVES ; FRESHLY BAKED. : White and 100% Wholemeal Bread Every Afternoon. STARCH REDUCED BREAD IADE ..ONDAY AND FRIDAY., Also,.Ma!t. bread, from WholemeaL Ob'tainable "at;- -- -" DAVIS', FRANKSTON BAKERY, .Cnr. Young and Wells Streets, ?. Frankston 74.; . ..,g'

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Lux Hire Players, Forget The Play [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

Liux Hire Players, Forget The PhI-y Isn't it pathetic? . The Lux Radio Theatre, to give its weekly Sunday night, play. a fillip; has hired English stage and. radio stars Robert Morley, and Diana IVynyard to do a show, next Sunday night. And:. make ?:no mistake about it,.the v?,isitors.will collect a nice. fat fee, for the job. The pathos is sin the selection of:"Pygmalion" as the vehicle for their' expression.' The George Bernard Shaw play about the cockney: girl who is changed into a :society lady, is recognised 'as, a classic,; but, -all except sixth trade' school children have either seen or heard the story half-a dozen' times. Most who listen will do so only! to .hear -the :'imported players.. How much .better would it have: been had Lt sel'ected a new play?, My .guess .is that "Robert. and. Diana plugged for "Pygmalion," because they. already, know :;the. parts so well. There'll be little. or' no, production by Harry Dearth. i Then, of cours'e, some curious people might' listen...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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PLAZA PICTURES COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

PLAZA PICTURES COMING "HITS" In the Twentieth Century-Fox filhi, "The Luck of the. Irish," which is one of the main Plaza features tonight, Friday, and Saturday, . Tyrone Power plays the role of an American foreign correspondent ' who, during a brief .stop in Ireland', stumbles : across romance in the form of a comely colleen played by Anne Baxter. He returns to New York only to find that. he can't easily' shake off the shamrock touch and becomes involved in hilarfous complications-the like of which perhaps onrly - a leprechaun, "with ' a true Irishman as.-his subject could cook up. One of the ;most .:luxurious yachts to sail any- ocean, the "'J. B. Cavanaugh," built at the" cost of 1,000,000 dollars, plays an important role in "Perilous Waters," Jack Wrather. produc tion for Monogram which is a co-star feature this week, .with i Don Castle,. Audrey. Long and Peggy Knudsen. In the star picture for Mon day, -Tuesday and Wednesday of. next :week, the coinbination of. one of the best-l...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

IFRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP S(By "Stargazer") To ateI' h?ve gien you seven ,-f tie:folk you6,will meet in "The 'Crime of Margaret Foley," sche duled to 'make its. bow on Dec ember 1; 2 32 . -Now.. perniit me to introduce the 'two 'people around whom the play swivels: TOM FOLEY -Sixtyish, rough, common and rather uncouth, btit highly. succesqful in hi business of pig' dealing.:. :Generous to a :fault; good-natured, he is beloved by his servants:' and villagers alike, and is intensely and sin cerely proud.: of his possessions in 'particular, his attractive, cul tured wife; . One can easily. visualise Tom dropping in at the local tavern and "blatherskiting" to his ad miring- cronies.: Pigs! Pigs! Pigs, their. main topic of conver sation, and: why- not-they made Tom.: Foley. : " Anyhow?, workirg all is life, what'.timie'wads',.there for educa tion,. tavel Iand. s-ichlike? Yet he :possesses :a`' natural love for fine and : .beauitifuiil -things, . and his mIarriage' .to:: Margaret , seven y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

*l ..ii .lliI..... EElElU U ndnlu i nm;,i? ,, ,:; , = . . . l i SA Lovely Xm Gif fo your The "Little Women" Dollw ?" daughter or little frlend.: .- . " " S 't o mei e i's house at the Metro Theatre. VALUED AT 50 GUINE? A lovely Clist s G it , . IN A; spec ially-bulth furlnishe d doltor Your a valued at 50 Guined ol' s douiee a1 A donation of 1/- or mole omes b i hes 110 Guinea Doll's Hlouse. ghe you aohm IN TEAR OFF AND POST TODAY •: . To the Treasurer, SGordon Boys Homes, £30,0 r Bu:lding Appeal, +A 47 Queen Street, Melbo'urne. U+ a contribution towards the erestio ofc Homes at H-Iighett. NOTE: Income Tax rebate is available SThree thousand homeless andnderprlvileged boys have been befriended by the Gordon Institute One Pound or more. * for Boys during the 60 years of its existence. The, Inst tute needs £30,000 urgently to complete Itsmore. Scottage" homes at Highett and seeks your compassion and help. May we count on your donation, Results will be announced on ECE S please ? doll'...

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SENATE ELECTIONS HENRY GEORGE LEAGUE TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

SENATE ELECTIIONS HENRY GEORGE LEAGUE TEAMI -In connection with the election of three Victorian Senators on December 10, the Henry George League of Victoria has nominated three candidates-Mr. J. M. At kinson, the president-of the Build ing and Allied Trades Associa tion; Mr. L. F. Bawden, the secre tary of the Land. Values Research. Group; and Mrs. E. Serpell, assist- - ant secretary of the Fruit Grow. ers' and Primary Producers'De fence League. * The chief points in their; policy are: Substantially reduced taxa tion; aibolitiori of sales and pay roll tax; reduction of tariffs; free dom to import -and export; free exchange; free enterprise; elec toral reforms;, and correct func tioning of Senate.:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

Radio Service RING TO"" FRANKSTON 130 TAIS Ww..uMw FRANKSTON ELEICTRIC SERVICES 554 BAY ST., FRANKSTON .* +++++* * ******* ********** ******* ***** SMcQUALTER SCHOOL - SDressmaking, Cutting, Designing j *. CLASSES EVERY TUESDAY - * Mechanics'. Hall, Frankston * * . Hours: 1 p,m. to 3 p.m. - * - • FULL PARTICULARS GIVEN AT CLASS * 4 - * • . , , . . . LABOR ! - Read This Letter'!!! South Lyndhlurst, 1st October, 1949 The Geperal Secretary, "Australian Labor'Party, MELBOURNE. Dear Sir, -With reference to the campaign:" in Flinders I submit' , .the following proposal ou behalf o( ply' emplttees. -The only "." statement wYhich I propose to pake ol) tlhe.l termil situation in Labor is the enclosed.- Whatever other ipress statements have. been made or will be made will deal with matters raised : by others, and in order to state the facts as we see them. Our campaign will be directed at the Liberal Party and in 'order to win the seat..for L.abor.;" ' S..We therefore propose.Cto you. that. w...

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DYSON'S TOURS FINE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

DYsoN's TouRs FINS On a recent Sunday the '"Stan dard" representative had. tlhe great pleasure of travelling on one of .Dypon's special- Sunday :.tours this time to the :glorious Tren thpm IFalls, via' Mt;:. NacedqI,:and. Woodend; and r"returning "'=via Blgckwood .arid Bacchus Marsh to Melbourne randji, F?ianketon?'"^". The trip .proved: that. Dyson's o::rs are splendidly pilanned ,inI p ary detail, " including a 'delight ful. Iuplich. 'xentham Fnalls alone are: well worth a trip foir any Qne,. They outclass in beauty ai d grandeur anything the - Hume Danl hI}s to offer, despite the much greater extent of'the latter. 4 last, bIt ,g. wordj of praise to Dri" e" Peter Jackson. He was a'-top-l notch tou!lat officer".. d .tor' bthe'harmgilin ald nade the.trip doubly interesting and enjoyable for ." the full load of ,delighted sight-seers.

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GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

GOLF FRAN K.STON: MUNICIPAL Stroke ;competition: A. Smith, nlett 67, A. Waterland nett 6S, K. Watson, niett 68, B. Tucker, nett 6s,- E '.-amiltonf, nett 69. Draw tor i en's 'Canadian Four somes, Saturday,; November' 26 SS;. Davis-?L Parsons, W. Whit taker-W.` Brown," C. 'Barwick-E. Hamilton, C. f.ose-K. Watson; C'. Allen-A. (Interland, T. Prosser-B. Tucker, L. Watson-K. V ills, C. Tliornell-H. Taylor,. L. Gavin-B. Jacqson, R. Sanders-I. Barwick, F. tBarnes-l Wilson. Members are reminded of the Annual Picnic to Rye, oli Sundaty, December 4, . and the Wind-utI Night; oil Friday, December 2.

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R.S.L. SNOOKER AWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

1 .S.L SNOOKER AWARDi)S Fiiankston :'? R.S.L. snooker awairds- for the season are: Best aggregate '" Grade, IKen Davies; '"B', Grade, Bob Zenner. " The" .Snooker Club had a wihd up.?inner, at Summer Tea Gardens last':Tuesaiyday. ~ The tables were tasitefully .ai.rarnged by .,Ir. Ray

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Bentleigh R.S.L. v. Cheltenham R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

Bentleigh 'R.S.?; v. Cheltennam R.S.L. Beritleigh "R.SiL. - First inn ings, 120. (Carieron 38, E. John son 31; Collier 6 for 25, Maslin 3 lfor 35) ; - a Chelterham R .S:L. " First innings, 114 (Harvey 51; Trezise 3 for 17, M. Ryan -3 for 24). Bentleigh-'won by six runs on the first innings.

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Umpires and Matches for Nov. 26 and Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

Umpires and Matches for Nov. , 26 and ::Dec:I 3. :Frarikstin R.S.L. v. Aspendale R.S.L., at Aspendale: Cooper and Morley. 'Bentleigh ,?lRSL: v. Mentone R.S.L.,; at, Bentleigh: Craven and Elliott. : : , Chelsea R.SL. v. Cheltenham R.S.L., `at Bonbeach: Beauchamp. Points scored at' end of fourth rourid:- - IlIentorie R.S.L. .. .. .. 12 Frankston R.S.L. .. .... 12 Bentleigh R.S;L;.. .... 10 Asperidale"', R.S.L' .. .... 8 "Chelsea: R:S.L. :.:. .... 6 Cheltenham: R S.L. .... .. 5

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BENTLEIGH — FRANKSTON ASSOCIATION Frankston R.S.L. v. Mentone R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

BENTLEIG H - FRANKSTON ASSOCIATION Fi; nkston" R;S.L. V.. V Ilentone 'xFrankston R.S.L. -First inn ings, -102 (Caldefi' 33, Trott 16; Carey 3 for 19, Smith 2 for 20). Mentdne R.S.L. - First inn ings, 95.. Second .innings, 3 for 18 (Harcourt .19, Morris 17, Car rioll 17; -Hanton :3 for 29). Frankston, won by seven runs on the first innings.

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Chelsea R.S.L. v. Aspendale R.S.L. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949

Chelsea- R.S.L. v.. Aspendale .R.S.L. . Chelsea R.S.L. =--First innings, '86. Second innings, -47 (Gregson 19; Schow 18; Dunn 17; Ford 3 for 48,' Arrowsmith 2 for 32). : Asperidale R.S.L. - First inn ings, 80 (Arrowsmith 47, Fuller 12). Chelsea won by six runs on the first innings.

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