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CLOCK TOWER APPEAL GENERAL GRIMWADE MEMORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
'CLOCK TOWER APPEAL GENERAL GRIMWADE MEMORIAL - The following donations to the General Grimwade Memorial Ap peal are :acknowledged:-: . Previously acknow- - ledged ..: ..... £89 13 6 Mr. S. Topham ... 2 2 0 Anonymous 4.... ..44 4 0 Cr,. M. C. "Tomasetti?'? 2'. 2 0 Mr. W. J: Clifford. 5 0 0 Mr. R. S. Grice .. ..'1 1 0 Mr. R. G. Snow .'. 1 1 Q0 Mrs. F. Woodward .. 1 ' 0 Mr. and Mrs. J. Ring-' land Anderson ... .1 1 1 0 Cr. 'D. H.'Fowler *, 1 1 0 Miss. Clapp .... .? 2 0 Miss B. Malcolm ,b5': 0 0 Capt. and Mrs. C. M.: .Coates :.... .. ... 1 1 0 Mrs. G. Keast ..... 0 . -10 6 Mr. A. Biggar .. 1 1.0 Mr. and Mrs. Dariyl Lindsay .. .. -.... l" :1 0 Miss V. Teague ... '5' 0 0 Miss Margaret Wood 1 ,, .1". 0 Mrs. 'A.' L. Peters . 1 1 0 Messrs R;:& A. Onions 2 '2 0 Mr. A.D.' S;me ...:: 2 2 0 ,Anonymous...... . 3 :3 0 Ir. 1. Burmian .. .. . 2 2 0 Frankston Yacht Club 5 5 0 -?essrs -Kelly, Shepard and Webster' . . . 1 1 0 Mir. C. Proctor .. .... 2 : 0 Mlr. OC.:H Beyer.. .. 5 50 Mr. D. Game...
YOUNGER SET APPEAL FOR QUEST CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
:YOUNGERSET :'APPEAL FQR QUEST .CAJlDIDATý. The Frankston Community ;Hos -~ital Yongeri Set is appealing,-to t'le Dublic "fgr.'""anst mi??ile. doiona tions" for: its caLndidate, Miss June -Osterlund;,. so that she:.may. be otllcially i nominated in- the "''Miss hAistralia" Quest. This is. the last week.. ±hat ,monies can .,be T"re 'eived -l;iii support of the- various: nominees, ;anid the Youtger 'Set is eager not only that Miss, Oster lupid Will qualify as an. -entraint (Ily raising' the necessary sum, £250), but also that a substantial amount. will .be handed toi the Frinkstoii Community Hospital, as a result of the Younger 'Set's efforts 'on 'Miss Osterlund's be half. -: Proyided that £250- (or more) '.is raised,. the Younger Set will bq creititec witll , that full sum as its effort for the Hospital. D6nations may be left with, :or sent to the boi. secretary of the Younger Set' (Mr. G. Parrell, 50 Playne Street, Frankston) Ina thankinig all who have as sisted so generously :so fa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
THE hepy de Scorres. asked for Weeks to to 250 .1r Parinells Jewellery Store Pty. Ltd. FOR ALL CLASSES OF WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON PHONE: 360 You CAN Get Delivery of AUSTIN Cars and Trucks ORDER NOW. DELIVERIES: A40 SALOONS, ............ Approximately 3 months. A70 SALOONS ........... Approximately 4 months. UTILITIES ............... Approximately 2 months. HEAVY. DUTY, 2-3 and 4-5 TON TRUCKS. ABOUT SIX WEEKS FROM DATE OF ORDER. Now for the new AUSTINS SEE FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 Dandenong Road, Frankston. Phone 55. We Don't . Broadcast It!! But we find things out ! I CORBETT'S (Late A.I.F.) Advice Given Free on Secret Divorce nvestigations. Missing Friends Traced and Found. Persons Watched Day and Night 317 COLLINS STREET Cent. 1552 m X'M A S - HAMS & POULTRY = , BE WISE - ORDER NOW! ?! Ducks - Chickens F U Turkeys - Fowls : WHOLE or HALF ONLY TWELL-KNOWN " ? COOKED o RAW BRANDS STOCKED ? CLEANLIN...
YACHTING FRANKSTON CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
yACHTING FRANKSTON CLUB NOTES.: Frankston was well represented' t 10ornington's Opening Day:, on Sunday; whei about A ':dozen oats attended. : Vice=Commodore Carter led the, :fleet In the ?sail paste the Co:in odore (Mr1i John ,terry). " " : ani ;" "S . ?t heavy s-vll : and "e, strong breeze.'.came iiup ill the afternoon and hoats had to be towed home. STlie club's boat. was put to a setere test to. tow four sliarpies anl a V.rJ John Boscher was present with his motor launch and brought backI three sharpies' and a VJ, Full marks must go to Geoff McConville. and crew for sailinllg .home under full sail. "Rose Marie" could not hanidle the heavy aoillg uand returned to MIornhl>ton. CLUB RACES A scratch race for 12 -Squares was 'held last Saturday and was lon by Grednsleeevs (L. .Gloury), Noontid '(ItR Lane)' and Brigand (Tony Fletcher) tilled the places. The VJ Scratch a'Rs won by Utu (j; Symonis)'Y ten secondsiin front of Kim (\V. Marks) and third place went to a .new boat, ski per...
BOWLS FRANKSTON CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
BOWLS FRANKSTO\ CLUB A:very pleasanit and: enjoyable afternoon's bowlingtook place on November 16, when foui rinks of MAentone bowleis.,visited . Frailk ston. Scores (Frankston players mentioned first): Heymanson 34 d. EdgarS 18. Buinell 31 d. Ralph 23. Lyon-Instone 29 d. Poore 17.. Cooper 22 d. Gathercole 17. Totals: Frankston 116; Men tone 75, Many memlbers 'attended the green last Saturday. The presi dent welcomed %ishrEEric Hall home, afteI?-risktrip rd'oad -He also wishedMr ??' orge Hoodgins many happy rieturns of the day. The' visitors were 'also "welcomed by the president. . The whining rink in the spoon competition was- A. Aitken, J. 'A. Williams, and Sandral. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
AN NOUNCING ... THE OPENING OF THE NEW BODY REPAIRS AND REDUCOING DEPARTMENT, W yITH THE LATEST EQUIPMENT.- :.' LET US QUOTE YOU,.FOR REPAIR.S: AND REDUCOING SHAS?:REPAIRS A-.SPECIALITY M 'O MRSE.N B hRO lS.a CHELSEA GARAGE Chelsea 153 'a, ýfytir t4".44'L444 15.`Ltilwrti-l rJ'+.tiw.-L4'.4vw.,ý.,.44-v - SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT .ib types of sewing machines repaired. as YOUNG ST., FRANKSTON Phone 494 .Weekly visits throughout Peninsula FENCING 6ft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. M I. ROWSTON. 81 FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. QUALCAST LAWNMOWERS are STILL the BEST and Cheapest Obtainable from all leading HARDWARE STORES SaEKMEaaEu Eua W El FRANKSTON MECHANICS'. LIBgARY New and TJU-to=rate Books Subscrintio::n 10/- year; 2/6 quarter - Free Reading Room - HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 daily Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12 McCOMB'S TRANSPORT. M ELBO U R N E DAILY SERVICE. Frankston Depot : 19 WilUam Street. (Phone Frankston 80, 217). Melbourne Depot, 3s3. LoPasdale Street. (MU287S). V. S. McC...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
MR. R. JARVIS, of Mildura, and his bride (formerly Miss F. Kippe, of Hastings), who were married at Church of England, Hastings, last Satdrday. -Michael Toohey, Fkstn. 692. PROSPECTIVE Brides! Call and inspect our large range of -modern wedding invitations. These can be overprinted as required. Standard News Spapers Pty. Ltd., 10 .Park.. Rd., Cheltenham.
The Standard [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
ý,. ,ý. *110IES dest boy appeal io og by ti Idhami) re i-e f the isti said tha at present traction'of bt woul ef the rapidly ris putting Iastitute'l s since the founded rat Gordon four years d, and ini oys' Hones 3000 undtler boys and tart in 11t[e th the 1st ar II. thn the A.I.F., d the Mer. ernment ac urne Technl building in S ofboys. had trai for and ed r,th in residence ithe Burwood d institution, esent receiv ag in Chris on Boys' In efraying the ance. sen, and are I thant public d etended and ad ed. S our desire a crowded city, war we pur ts off Nepean Here, cottage single build In these the S e advantages eforIe known. fand towards f ever, the cost the original thousands of atred for the erne." Itt be pleased wledge your may alao Ibe Institute for i, Melbourne, oflice of the 1, Town Hall,
SELECTIONS FOR MOONEE VALLEY (Prior to Acceptances) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
??LECTIONS .FOR MOONEE VALLEY:- ' (Prior to Acceptances Moreland Stakes:. ' EL. .TOVAR MILL WHEEL. . . 2 AMERICAN• EDITION .' 3, Glenbervie Plate. ' MERRY SCOT ;. 1 : . - FOLDEROL 2 GALLIVANT:. 3 Somerton Handicap.', ECLAIR . NOT PROVEN:.... ;: 2 LAOS 3... Bulla Handicap. . MILFORD . COLIN'S PRIDE 2`.. SANCTUS .. 3 Stratlhmore Handicap. MAGNETIC VALE: SAGE KING 2 DERRYMORE , Fawkner Highweight . " GREAT HERO .. TRAPANI . PRINCE CURL ......:, BEST BETS:' ECLAIR MILFORD:l=n '
SPORTING ROUNDUP CRICKET FRANKSTON BLACKS v. B.R. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
,,urnr mn tne t "/ ,,?uul.lnm. . ... ............ SPORTING ROUND?UP • IW|l JlUl/ l /.l i l l llUM | $UJ ll l l l l l|i i l lf ll ll l l~ llllll - / II l tu l la CRICKET1.::::1 FR?.KSTO B1CKS v. . .11. 13.R 175 (Gartside 73, \Villfs 37; Tiiidal 1'/48, Peters 1/10, Denhamn 1/3, Hiaynes -1/39). Frankstoln Blacks '4/199 (C. Daw 96, Tindal" 27, S. Evans 37, Denham 17, .M. Watt 12). Frankston, 1Bladk ,Wvoln by 2.1 runs 'on first "inniings. .`
[?]TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW: [?]STERDAM STORY [?]ARIAN M. HAY (Concluded). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
DAY AND TO-MORROW.; : r ERAM STORY vl.1A. AY RIaN (Conrladed). obsi e et had onlY observer-s '`g't ¥ne Antists vedad . But the truth ,of, ches at A 'at least one able arid our al of StWitzerland; is, recognized arl Bth, grstest living f.teologians. tPh as sembly it is reported: "No. voice the mo?assdern Christians than that of kginKarl Barth." grth han, been widely quoted in over igrth haions regarding the sovereiginty of tag chnch, and the second coming of Sexpressed; and his . message receives ly Amsterdsam setting.. We quote para its mltihed in "Time and the "Chris as reported byDr. DavidDuffie: ieps world's disorder and God's ade? y askling whet-'her we must not dehl'with e asd in all its aspects,' in reverse order?'" ahoad fi a seek God's kingdom and His shaalle isneed in relation t tt!he voirld's dedunto us. d".eIn the earnestness, the goodwill, and .. broaeght s here, but only to base them wbrought uhen I say: We ought, to give up, a cf our, deliberations, every thought that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
of Discriminating Housewives. LLO Y-D' S Sugar Cured Bacon; Epping sausages, Boneless Cooked Ham Pork Loaf (shoulder) Pork Stras Eist - n LLOYD'S -Producs you goce. r;delicatessen ............. t ,I ,? ,^ ,L ,, = . li , I I I I ..I -" B SIRYAN" for . FLINDERS N TLIBERAL &A CODUNTM 1t i .. CANDIDATE O P SWILL TDDRESS OTHE ELECTORS AT U THURSDAY, DECEMBER . 1st. BR YAN, R. S. And Support the Liberal - C.P. Senate Team (Authorised by W. HI. IREDAL., Campaign Director, Seafor&lt;) Dr. RUSSELL V DeLONG A.B., TH.B., M.A., PH.D., DEAN OFP TE NAZARENiE THEOLOGICAL SEINARY; 3 MECHKANSAS CITY, U.S.A.. : . T. . ' -E . "m Collins :Street Baptist. Church ." MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28th 12.50-1.50 and 7.45 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29th. 12.50-1.50 and 7.45 g WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30th 12.50-1.50 and 7.45 T THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1st . Lunch Hour, 12.50-1.50 l FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2nd 12.50-1.50 and 7.45 I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd . 7.45 ,. I S SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4th 7.00 SProgress Hall, McKinnon - W SUNDAY, ...
HUGHES FOR FLINDERS THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
HUGHES FOR FLINDERS THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM. In this election we are fighting for FREEDOM. rheafight Swithin Labor, and "the fight against the Liberal - Country s Party revolve round this issue. 1 We now have the sorry spectacle of an, alliance between reaction_ ary Labor and the representa t tives' of monopoly Capitalism in an at.ttept to keep Mr. Hughes " 'It shows the depths to which ' party. politics has fallen. Mr. Hughes wovn the Labor ballot for . Flinders on merit. He rightly - should have been the only Labor - candidate for Flinders. Justice i demanded his endorsement. His only. offence is that he is not a "yes" man. Those who supported him were expected to take the dictatorship of the Central Exe L cutive, and like it. This is an in fringement of democratic rights; a real denial of freedom of choice to Labor voters. The only ap propriate tribunal to deal with the case now is the electorate it. self - the people lof Flinders. Now. that Mr. Hughes is stand. ing as an independe...
RYAN [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
RYAN T Li Tefull em' a Labor is Wsnre i( Autaia sh aroatlnre,1 in Trade a amounted t d members. ments tac !to such eR this figupe 3.7 per cent a It is as 1 are wonde should have hampton th to see 10t gates loo. b 100,000 no dernourished IStatement and adse Party to the I erals are ment and ment pool of cent, are than lying The ,real the Labor Full Emplo stands fbra Public no recession. a full use of to impl scale dir The Li wrvks:ta be no ind If full a progressive a man, his thpir home, pend primai of businesses The indus human un genuinely both sides, will encou schemes of p tive paymen and the poo In this wa alone, can f full producti Don't let socialistic destroy the workers, rep agement and together th which soil a interests and perity. I(Authorised ISeaford).
BAXTER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
The Sunday School Anniversary, together with a !Flower Service, will be held at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday at 3 p.m. The organist will be Mrs. Hors borough, of -Frankston, and the preacher Rev. 'L. M. Huinphery. At. the conclusion of the, service there, will be the .presentation ?of prizes: The flolversi will be sent to the Franksto?Comnmlunity Hos piltal. "It is hopedti'at all parents and -friend. will ;attend, ande :en courage and.uii poift the church and itse workl amongst the b.oys axI :idI girl&-:
CHURCH NEWS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CAN RUSSIA CONQUER EUROPE? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 24 November 1949
CHURCH NEWS SIVxI NI'H-I lY)A ADVENTIST EUROPE?. 1:1rhoe:. ýopein ln:1sero e in the Voice :obft Praphecy Tabernacle; Chelsea,- was conducted, last Sun day iat .,_.i ? Pastor W. J. Hiawker aninrounced a series of ad diesses irvhich;'l le said, would tell one!pomil)ete stoly. the fmost won derful story -of all, that of Jesus Christ alid thel? salvation Hle has wrought for the lihun al race, and freely: offers to thopge ho will ac cept it. Pastor Hawker then proceeded with his inaugural address, "Can Russia'Conqtier Europe?" lHe said: that. Daniel; chapter' 2, gives the aniswer. .Here "is recorded a dream: *4thich God. gave to Nebu chadnezzar;,: King' ..of Babylon, over f2590: years. ago, - foretelling that there, would be, four succes sive. vorld,lcingdoms.". The four kiiigdoms, :Babylon, ~MIeedo-P'ersia, Greece and Rome, have since been written :down in. the pages of his tory. . .The :irophecy ft!rtherl foretold that the fourth kingdom was to le div?id.eil *No longer was there to 'be...