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ICEMEN BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
ICEMEN BOWLERS Members of .the Ice Manufac :turers' "Association-. held their gala bowling day at the Gran ville Bowling Club, recently. Very 'enjoyable..,. and keenly, cntested;rinks .wiere: played The yinning team coit rised Ceorgc ....rm . i.dg . rsitelawd Ted: sr ot.: tIý '. 1,o (ar e P i pr, h opies, which hi Pari matta' District Hospital 'of essfu :ess Prat at the ?age .of. )70 years. She ivwas prc?Eiceased- by: her l usblnd, Christopheir ..,Arthuri and is survived iby .'three sons and one daughter
POLICE CARNIVAL AT OVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
POLI(CE CARNIVAL AT OVAL The Parramatta Police-Citizens Boys' Club will present the;most colourful and exciting carnival ever seen in the Cityi of Parra matta at Cumberland Oval oh Saturday. The Royal Australian Air Force will be performing' aerobatics over the oval at different periods and also Parramatta will witness for the first time the pilots of the planes speaking to a control unit on the ground. A mechanised Army patrol unit will be presented featuring the modern method of warfare. Together with these, outstand ing displays will .be the famous N.S.W. Mounted Police, and 'an exhibition of the Police Dogs who recently helped in the rescue- of a local resident. SThe colourful Police-Pipe B'and will also be there. Frank Donnellan,- Australia's champion - boomerang thrower, will be meeting challenges by other of Australia's leading throwers. A maypole will be danced by children from the North Rocks -Public School. A feature of the afternoon will be non-stop entertainment star rin...
SLATES SOCIALIST EXPERIMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
EXPERIMENTS `Speaking .during .the openh:ig, §ession of State Parliament in? Sydney';this week, Mr. Jack; -Beale ;(Lib., South Coast) said' that the Labour Governmeneit Was wasting, taxpayers' money on costly and inefficient socialist experiments. Mr. Beale said: "With social .ist .expeiriments the people payt' n . .twov Ways-for their ineflici ency, which results in higher prices to the public, and again, when these great State under takings' show. a loss." The boards and commissions which had been set' up at huge cost by the Labour Governmenf had produced no benefits for the community. Among these newly created bodies were the State Coal Board, the Transport and Highways Commission and the Electricity Commission. No extra coal .had been pro duced in N.S.W. since the incep tion of the Coal Board, yet Mr. Baddeley was paid £2,500 per annum in his new.post as Direc tor of State Coal Mines. The Department of Main Roads has. always .been ably ad ministered by the existing Com missioner...
New R.S.L. Centre Will Be Unique [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
New R.S.L. Centre Will Be Unique For the first time in this country, the most modern appliances and instruments for the diagnosis of nervous dis orders are to be grouped under one roof in the Northcott Neu rological. Centre, 'making the centre: a smaller counterpart of the world-famous Mayo Clinic in Rochester, U.S.A. Being : established by the R.S.S. & A.I.L.A. for ex servicemen' and woman, and their dependants, the Centre will -make medical history and save valuable time both for the patient and the ..industry in which he or she may be en gaged by. providing a prompt diagnosis, in the majority of cases, after'one visit. With the approach, of Arm istice Day, when the sacrifices of servicemen and women in two world wars are recalled to our minds, news of the pend ing establishment of 'the Centre will be welcomed by all who feel grateful.to those who gave service to their country with out counting the cost. Further- funds are still -need ed to complete equipping the Centre an...
ARMY DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
;A mass :Army ,emqnsitration -to encourage .:recruitihg;,: with. the :arined ?orces, w.ill: be held' in' Merrylands "shopping: ceitre on Saturday, November 25. A military band,. ar.:l artillery experts,: will .give displays dur ing the demonstration. 'The demonstration will be held on" vacant land at the corner of MiVerrlands Road and Pitt Street. A similar demonstration, will be held -at Wentworthville on the same day. Ann Schofield (15), of Neil Road, Merrylands, suffered abra ,sions when she fell from her pushbike in Merrylands Road,. SMerrylands. ' Parramatta Ambulance- took her to Parramatta District Hos 1uital where she was treated and discharged.'.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
MERRYLANDS SCHOOL OF ARTS. ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE is hereby given that the ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS of the Merrylarids School of Arts will be held in the School of Arts, Merrylands Road, Merrylands, on MONDAY NEXT, November 13th, 1950; at 8 p.m. J. B. KEEGAN, Hon. Secretary. Select Auto T -ition Inc. Blake: Motor Driving Tuition (Est. -15 Years.) CITY, :BONDI, CHATSWOOD, BURWOOD, - HURSTVILLE & PARRAMATTA. .LEA TO DRIVE with Confidence, Poise and Adaptability. All Booking and Enquiries: Head Office - FY 4714, FY 4011. JOSETTE i Beaut Salon Miss Parry wishes to advise her old clients that she has taken over the management of e t opping's -Salon at 19 TAYLOR STREET, PARRAMATTA RING UW 6896 FOR APPOINTMENTS. " -OW absurd it Would be to- send a salesman out to knock on every door in the vast Parramatta and District area! Besides being a .lengthy task, the. cost would be S.prohibitive! And yet, Mr. Advertiser, that, in effect, is just what the "Big Three" Group accom plishes ever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
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COTTAGE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
CLOTTAGE PYARTY * Members of Parramatta 2CH Happy Companions Club re cently enjoyed a pleasant after-: noon at a Cottage Party given by Mrs. L. Buckley at ,her home at Granville, to further the Club's funds for local charities. Proceeds from the, function realised £3/ 16/-. Club president. Mrs. H. Jes sop, thanked the visitors for their support.
21st BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
21st BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. George Kebble White, of Granville,- recently.. en t.ertained 80 .guests at a coming of-age p5arty at. the Caraleorf, Parramatta, iin honor of their eldest daughter, Betty. Guest of honor's -white gown featured French sequinned taEf feta top with full skil:t of tulle over organdi. - .Master of -ceremonies for the evening was Mr. A: Kingston. Toast to the guest of honor was proposed by Mr. Scanlon, of Sylvania, and'. Mr. B. Doyle, of Stanmore, presented Betty with traditional' key on. behalf of her parents.
"SHOULD LEAVE DRINK ALONE" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
"SHOULD ,LEAVE DRINK ALONE" "People inr charge of lorries should leavd drink alone,'" Mr. Brown S.M., said in ,Parramatta Court last week .when he fined. John- Loftus .. (27), driver, of£ 'Merrylands Housing Settlement, £10, for driving a vehicle while under the influenti "of intoxicat ing liquor. Loftus pleaded guilty. In evidence, Constable Walker, 'cf Parramatta Police, said de fendant droxve a lorry .'across' the intersection of Harris and G-iorge Streets, fgnoring a halt. sign, and, nearly collided 'with another vehicle! He was drunk when" spoker. to ind " admitted drinking four schooners,. the last half an! hour, previ6usly.. `I was working hard," Loftus told the court 'I. cart: bricks arid .it was a pretty hot d-iy and .:I had four or five schoonersi It "tdook more effect on. me than it would. normally., I' have four Ikriddies., -... . :
I'm Told That.... [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
MUSICALE anid Fashion' Show in aid of Guildford Truby King Baby Clinic building fund' will be held at the A.G.L. atiditorium, George Street, Parrainatta, to r morrow. (Thuirday, November 9) -not November 10, as -previously reported. - Preceding' the pro :gramme, which features, among others, J.C.W. singers June Phil lips and- Geoff Filtness, and new summer fashions. by La. Fayne, will be a cooking demonstration by. Miss Joan Rawson, of A.G.L. PATRONESS: of Guildford Truby King Clinic Building-Furid Comhnittee, Mrs. L. Blashki, and her.husband, Dr. L. Blashki, will. receive about 40 friends at a cocktail party .at their .Guildford home next Saturday evening be fore taking party on to Com -mittee's second annual .ball . at "Hiavwatha,-" where Mrs. Blashki will be hostess to official party. Among the guests will be. Mr. C. A. Mbrgan, M.H.R., and Mrs. Morgan, the Mayor and Mayordss of Holroyd, Alderman and Mrs. W. Campbell, and Mri. and Mrs. Arthur 'Rosebery. MEMBERS of Parramatta branc...
ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
BETTER watch out, mum. - Operating around: this city is a snowdropper who "specialises" in women's clothing. He's dead nuts on undies as a friend of mine found to her cost the other morn ing. - Po 1 ice believe - the, sno.wdropper is a pervert. + + + ... TOUGH, mighty tough, is oft the. task of he or she who sets out to give a helping hand to those in need. Recently, m u si c mistress Emmy Kimmel put on a show at Parramatta City Hall to: raise funds for the United Nations Appeal for Children. Pair.takingly .she' dispatched a half-hundred tickets to locals with_ well-lined purses. All but six catapulted back, but. with not as much as a *brown between them in. dona tions. "We managed to clear £24, which was not bad" considering the expense,"' Emmy said this week. - She added: Itf ..T peL only w- aild i'eal se thai _or. .te- po i?.:. -. one child cah be provided with a meal:: a day throughout a mor.th, .1 am sure they would give wholeheartedly.. • Emnriy pays tribute to Mes dames ,Clif...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
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To Talk On "Facts Of Life" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
To Talk On "Facts Of Life" Speakers from , the Anglican Mother-Daugh. ter and Father - Son Movement will lecture in St. Mark's-: Church of England Parish Hall on November 23 and 24. Their talks. are in tenlded to advise adoles cent boys and :girls on the problems of life.' The lecture on No vember 23 is for women and girls' and that on November 24 for men and boys. Films. will illustrate the talks. Miss Florence Ambrose, (69), of Lansdowne Street, Parra mats injured her right leg, left hip ·a in~~. in a fall at her horn eek. Parramatta. Ambulance took her to-Parramatta District Hos pital. where she was admitted.
THEIR FUTURE IS IN YOUR POCKET [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
THEIR FUTURE IS. IN YOUR POCKET Care by the N.S.W. Society for Crippled Children enables this little chap- to smile happily at his fufure. He is stretching his amuscles and learning to balance in a wa.king frame at the Marga ret Reid Orthopoedic Hiospital, St. Ives, one of. the three hospitals. main tained by the Society. Parrarmatta-Rosehill -Women's AuZiliary. of the Society for Crippled Children recently gave £500. to provide a bed at the Margaret Reid Hospital, and! is arso raising money 'to contri 'bute to Beverley Park Hospil tal, Camnpbelltown. . Thes3 doniations, as well as others made to the various therapeutic centres run by the Society, are additional 'to the main ,work of the Auxiliary, which is the conduct of a spastic sc'hool for about 15 local chil dren, at present' housed at St. Andrew's Church -Hall, Phillip Street, Parramatta. Specialised' -orthopaedic treat ment/ and occupational therapy, combined with . public school -standard education 'is 'provided at.'the scho...
Traffic Conditions "Chaotic" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
Trai ic h : :Cenii "Chaotic" Chaotic traffic Conditicns in Merrylands shla13'i' cd tri . during business, hours, called to restricted parkinmg limits,. Alderman L. Young paid at a mering of .Holroyd Council, Iast week. 'People leave theim cars in the chopping centre -all. day. while they go to Sydinay,'" Ald. Young said. "I know of one man who parks his car there all day and night. . "Cond'tions are chaotic in. Merrylands.- pariicuilarly on Sat v.rday morr. ngs." Alderman E. H. Ma'rtyn: '"fhe same thing gces on in Went worthville." Council decided to discuss' the matter with representatives of ,the Transport Dedpartment, when .a conference on the proposed bus terminal at"Merrylanrids rail way station is held shortly.
P. & C. BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
P.& C. BALL ':Highlight of the first annual ball of Blaxcell Street' (Grani ville) Parents and Citizens' As sociation, held recently'at Gran ville R?.S.L. Hall, was the pres entation of ten .attractive young debutantes to the Mayor of Par ramatta, Alderman %E. A. Mobls, Alderman Mobbs was -accm panied -by his daughter, Mrs '. Rowe, r?epresenting the : May oress, who was absen, t owing tp ill-health. The debs and their :partners weri'e: Valerie' Lanibkin and iJm Hackett, Nola Rogers, and 'Jack Rogers, Elma . Foyle and Kevin Byi-n Noirma 'William and Barry Moxail,-; Iris >Sonta and Joseph: Murrayr,- Aileen Forsta'r and; Donald' Forstar, Beverley :Pratt and :Donald...:McKenzie, Dawn Minter .and. Austin Minter, D)oreen Auld and. Ted Green, Jill Bullen a~nd`Deniis. Smith. Mrs. Jean Anderson was "ma tron of honor, .and flowver girls were -Noeline-.. Bowerman- and Beverley. Mcllwraith. :Pr.ceeds from the, ball, which was organised by Mrs. H. Wales and the P. and C. committee in ...
CABARET BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
CABARET BALL As' finale to the - "Popular. Child" competition conducted pver the past. three months in. .aid 'of Guildford . Truby -King Baby Clinic building fund, the. committee is holding its second°,' annual cabaret ball next Satur day (November 11) at Hiawatha, George Street, :Parraiiatta; S?Wnners- of theomtionicfition will ~ickets- ,(12/6 each are, still ava'ilble and bookings may be made with the .hori,. secretary, Mrs. A. Clegg, 427 Guildford. Road,. Guildford; or at Hiawatha (UW 8242).
New Batch Of Bowlers [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
New Batch f 3Bowlers S-'Parramnatta -Bowlgg .Club -re= cently admitted 'a batch of 40 canididates for .membership anid last Friday night officially wel conied the newcomers at the clubhouse. This procedure was a new idea and its success densures its 'repe tition. Many regular' club. mem. bers. were present to join in the reception to their new brethren and the cordiality .exhibited soon had all hands- in happy mood. The president, Mr. H. 'W. Rowan,. and patron Mr. Bruce Ramsay, addressed the gathering and told the newly initiated that. while some had been forced, to remain on the waiting list for a very considerable period they would be` rewarded :for' their p atience .by the knowledge that they ha? joined.. one- of th':i?'best clubs in the State. It was pointed out that. the Parramatta club was the oldest in N.S.W., was financially one of the soundest and was prob ably one of.. the strongest numerically. The new members .were in formed that while both- social and bowling members we...
Minister Takes Action On 'Fowl Shed Homes' [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 8 November 1950
Kin is'ter Tuakes Action On ,Fowl Shed Homes' Maltese migrant families occupying fowl sheds at Went worthville South had been nominated for other accommoda tion, which was not availzble when they arrived in Australia, the Minister for Immigration (Mr. Harold Holt) has told Holroyd Council. Mr. Holt said his. Department. would ask the Commissioner for Malta why his officers accepted the accommodation as being the standard required by the Com monwealth Government. The Commissioner was respon sible for checking accommoda tion for Maltese migrants nom inated by resider.,s of Australia. Mr. Holt said he. proposed to submit certain conditions in the renewal of the agreement be tween the Commonwealth Gov ernrnent and the Government of Malta, when the matter came up for review this year. A condition of. the' agreement would be that nominated accom modation for migrants. would be checked by offic'rs of the'Immi gration Department, before migrants embarked for Australia. Mr. Holt said that ac...