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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

(Advertisement) ranstn Sevlenth-da Adventist Church MINISTRY OF PAIN ROY F. COTTREL O..... had suAiugated iudea. f Nebicdnezt Temple, lay in utter ruins. of It srael were .overwhelming. Yea n:the ;ibteff robandl a lmetations, wenear c bitter sobt s of the Lord's meicies that we . becauseer. t Ssions fail "not. Tlhey are - ause His Thy faithfulness." ; "But' though Hi; wre have cormpassion according :to ,the-' S.Forire doth notafflict willngly nor. merces-. F (Lamentations 3:22; 23,. 32, 33). Sprophet Was learning that our heavenly - :*in -the night 'of sorrow. - Swhota are ill: When prayer for healing a m anywho areand .marvcllously ;restored ' to ; are instantl siritually blessed,' may, con their beds of affliction. It .is. their/lot and and 'i ten for the "songs in the night,.:? in thle furnace of affliction, our. faith may ain the almost appear that God's promises .the Chri-tiain should ever remember.that a: Fathe Chmay sometimesg deny our requests, answer isFa no, it is just as ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

r·' .,?: 2rCR VICE: S BAYSIDE MTOR:S GORDON LIN:DSAY :: COMMERCIAL -- GENERAL=- ,Speclalist'- in. Child: Studies STUDIO - 13 DELL ROAD, FRANKSTONUR (Across Cranbourne Road .Bridge) Phone: F'ston :735,, rFOR MEAT OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY,! ! . ,A.,. MARKS . -'j (Previously LAWS) R .A. C .V. Seic.Station Gencial Engine.ring . QUALITY BUTCHER 585 BAY STREETon Road Phone: Frankston 11275 -PENINSULA BUS LINES SUNDAY,".. -DECEMBER 11th BACOMMEC?LLARAT and ERAC:AKE-at iENDOUREE. ChldStd FRANSTUDIO- 13 DELL RaDF.RAKSN " CHELSEA`. PICTURE THEATRE, 9.15 a.m. - FOR ME"AT OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALIT Y.! !- ., FARE:_ £1/10/0 (INCLUDING 3-COURSE LUNCH) BOOKING ESSENTIAL PENINSULA BUS' LINES,- Phone- F'ston 466 - 588 E. JACOBS & -LOWE, Mornington 2 BRIGHT LIGHTS MILK BAR, opp. Chelsea Station-: PHONE: FRANKSTON 367 QUAT .TY .. -BUTCHER. . - ULBRICK & 'BILHAM ":AUCTIONEER . .. " " STOCK, STATIONU REAL ESTATE, LAND AND F AT AND STORE SHEEP AND CATTLE. POULTRY, OGET TOP VALUE CONSULT VS YOUG ...

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AN APPRECIATION THE LATE ARNOLD JOSEPH NOBLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

AN APPRECIATION THE. LATE ARNOLD JOSEPH NOBLE' Though only 49 years old, and .for many-years at the latter part of his'life- kept indoors by severe illness, .-Arnold *Noble in the 'earlier part :.of his life had achieved more for the Tyabb dis trict than most have been able to .do in a full term of life. While still a young: man he was *elected as' secretary of'-:the Progress Association, and for' many years he not only worked hard himself, but was 'always looking .out for new members to join in its activities. At' that time the Association was responsible for looking. after the Recreation,.Ground,, and,.only those still surviving among. the members of. that committee, and those others i-who -have studied the minute book describing their activities, can realise the - amount of ' interest - and , practical"'woi'k (often;without much- active sup port:' from the general public) given ?to. the' upkeep - of'*. the ground.: Probably' one of the iriiprove ments :to the'.district .in which ...

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BUS MAKING STOPS DYSON'S CONSTRUCTION WORKS CHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

3US MAKING STOPS SDYSON'SLiQONSTRUCTION WORKS CHANGE .Mr. Eric,'.c.. Hall (Governing Director of?'-Dyson's Peninsula Bus Lines) announced at. Tues day's function that the firm. would. ..be' r;eluctantly compelled to. close down,;the bus construc tion works, department at Frankston, and would have to find some other type of goods to manufacture, in an endeavor to 1 keep the present staff in the bus construction works employed. Mr. Hall said the firm had ,enough-buses now for their own 1 operations and, by the time they I put in the necessary, bigger-sized motor (cost. £900) they would not I be able .to sell the buses made, 1 as. the..selling price would have c to be £5000 approximately. Every. effort would be made, 1 said- Mr. Hall, to find some other .line to manufacture at the works, i other than buses, and thus keep m tlhe.. staff. employed.

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NEW MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

NEW' MEMBERS. John Nettleton, Carrum Downs. Patricia Sirett, Mordialloc. Bob Young, Mordialloc. Gerald Rowe, Parkdale.

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FRANKSTON—PLAZA COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

. CQM- G "HITS" Excitement and gripping sus pesise ageents': ':arnier Bros.' of tIrinig.-.-"Dark, Passage,"- which .brings .toetter -for the third time on .th$" srceen:tbhe dra ma tic.-talents of Humphrey Bogart and. Lauren Barcall, at the'l' Paza tonight,-.. Fri day and tu.rt??y: "Dark 'Pi.s e" is packed.with thtlils-ana rigmaritl- interest, and strikes a new.:hlgh, in smooth.ac tion. ". -lMost of, the scenes were 'sliorfr Sii ~.Fra:cisco, with con siderable .footage devoted. to out door scenes around the Bay City. The astounding film, "Urubu," the supporting picture from to night till Saturday,. features an all-native cast of Indian tribes men, whol "zeaiously guard their domain," the wild Matto Grosso jungle; of Brhzil, from both ruan and beast. The filmn was produced by George Breakston and Yorke Cop len, two hardy explorers, who would not allow themselves to be fazed by the hostile Indians, deadly reptiles; manl-eating beasts or' unbearable tropical heat that are part .of, this...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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"SONG OF THE YEAR" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

"SONG OF THE YEAR" The gold medal awarded an nually by. the- Melbourne Bread and Cheese .Club composers' group, for the. best song of the ~ear, has been-won this year by .iss Alice`, e l?5iiald (Langwar cin) with hdei'r? song, "Lovely read on .'Higbi.';The lyric was writteni by irP:'Harold Hoad:

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"THE PARK VIEW" ONLY MONAHUE BUSINESS IN FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

"THE PARK VIEW" ONLY MONAHUE BUSINESS IN FRANKSTON' "The Park View" (fornierly Corlett's); 589 Bay:Street,,Franks ton, is the only business in Frankston with .which Mr. and Mrs. J.. and M: Monahute are con nected in' any, way.. The Park View"':has a latest hygienic milk bar, qnd i$ at this time featuring large stocks of delicious Christmas confection ery. Other specialties include Peters ice-cream, milk, bread, cakes (Adam's Famous Cakes), and cool 'drink.': Inspection by the public is .cps dially i?nvited, and. special.atten : tion iis .given: to -children .

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JUNIOR LIBRARY CHRISTMAS FETE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

SJUNIOR :LIBRARY CHIRSTMAS . FETE "Fun Ball" Day, next Saturday, December 3, will. lead all those in merry pleasure-seeking mood to the home 'of ?Mr. and Mrs.. Mirams, Oliver's Hill, where a monster Christmas Fete will be held in aid. of the Frankston Junior Library and Craft Centre. Father Christmas will be there to, meet evrey child present, arid there will be a great array of stalls, novelties, and fun and frolic' for all ages.:

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HONOUR CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

: .HONOUR CARDS. ,Special Honoiur Cards awarded to: Billy McMahon, Marieta Gib-, sohn, Margaret "Edmond, . Julia .Laven, Eric Jewell, Nyma Spark, Beryl ;.Paul, Valda Genge, B. Patterson, Irene Hinchcliffe. Honour Cards awarded to: Barry Petrie, Bob Young, Wendy Blake, Harold Sincock, Christine Barlow, Berice - Jewell, Michael Rowe, Margaret Lang, Fred Womersley, Judith Ann Genge, Barbara Thompson, Noel Grasso,. Lorriane Henly, Valda Dixon, David Brame.

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CORRESPONDENCE BANK NATIONALISATION (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

CORRESPONDENCE: BANK- NATIONALISATION (To the Editor) .Sir,-We hear and read a. lot of propaganda s?ionsored by 'the trading banks as :.to' how. we: will lose our freedort.?if :the'.banks are nationalised. I believe iin free. en terprise, and have nriothing against the banks only that. none . of them will. allow us.to.. draw .iany money out,. unless we ,first pay some . in,' which seems ".to rme rather hard. - Now the system under, which we live is not as free. as the banks would have :us -'believe. Under our. so-called free system-i a powerful firm can ..open .up .in Frankston, and the people'.of the district are' free* to flock to the new shop if they find they .can buy cheaper there. -Whether' the local traders -would. be pleased to see this happen is very doubtful, but still it is free enterprise in operation. If any " shopkeeper should find that':the 'competition from- a' powerful organisation .is too strong, -let him ask any- bank manager for. help to stand. up. to it, and see...

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[?]TUNITY [?] 9th December. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

9th December ions ,from the Austin (Auctio Will be offering me furnishings situated at 15 rankston. Shave been well are have retain Svalue. All are ,l and will un far their attrac eaving the State, to realise, and erigany. ba invited to in ·Z) olo. r mill; .Ronald: Eason,'.Jean` Cross 'Mary- M l.cKenzie,' 'G w'e d- O'Qrien, Graham Snmith,' :Betty O'Rourke, Charmaie Moore, Reeva klansen, Kevin Lillis.. .. r he. "vocalists -' were: " James Paearson, Peggy Allen, Charmaie Moore, Lyala Liebe, Thomas Leach, ,Enid Harris. and Elma Mitchell, and violin solos were contributed by Peggy Nolan and Joan Egan. The third section of the.,con cert was :devoted to operatic scenas and choral numbers. "Little Cactus Flower" was given by Peggy. Allen and James Pearson. A scene from "Maritana". was presented by Jillyan Offor.. (as 'Maritana"), :Doris Offor, George Offor, Phil Offor, William Gil christ, James .Pearson, and Thomas Leach. Included among the choral' se lections were: " (a) ''Creation's Hymn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

SEDITORIAL FwrfiE PAGE coMnMEM * - FOR FRESH MILK, * AFTERN OON TEAS, :`/ I 1HOME M1ADE CAKES, n VISIT ... . The WATTLE; CAFE T h _s . " : 536 .]AY STREET. -Frankston 37. Taxi:s RING FRANKSTON 145' 10 CARS N(OW AVAILABLE McCOMB'S MOTORS .-(Gawley & Johnston) OPPOSIT'IE THE STATION,.. FRANKSTON] . ? mm ?n i?m n i nm i •• im • n?a f YIi •nU rn i·m I N im m'= SFRANKSTON - SEAFORD " ICE SUPPLY. ' ' A LOCAL INDUSTRY . .a (Albert Byrne & Son) : 16 OVERTON ROAD - - -" FRANKSTON = I .Phone F'ston 261 S"At Frankston Entrance to Mile. Beach Estate . *" 'Also a:t Your Service for General. Carrying PENINSULA BUS LINES ALTERATION TO TIME-TABLE: SFLNINDERS AND RED HILL ROUTE SOn' and after the 5th DECEMBER, 1949, the. following ADDITIONAL SERVICE will be run on - FLINDERS and RED HILL Routes:- MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS BUS LEAVES FIRANKS'ON 1'0.15 a.m. and 6.00. p.m;. BUS LEAVES FRANKSTON: 2.00 p.m'. and 8.00 p.m. JOLLY , ' . . ~G-OO. D, WAY TO REMEMBER YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. THIS C...

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[?]DICKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

DICKSON. L?n passed away ber at the Com Frankston. She d and two young ok place on 21st here was a large Springvale Cre A. J. Whyte read gave a short ad Gamble and Son ?uneral.

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Editorial Thursday, December 1, 1949. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Editorial Thursday, December 1, 1949. Sc'ierice has'C.achieved amazing things for' mankind, more particularly during the last quarter of a century. In the field of medicine, in aeronautics, in building, in "the crafts-in fact, in rhbratever .'feld you care to, choose, there you will find that trienidous advancement has lIbeen made through the applica tion of Science.. But the-layman has grave cause to fear for the future through Science. In 'recent 'times the, Scientists, at the behest of .Wary L: ds, are devoting their time to the perfection of an instiument; of destruction which', 'if carried to the ultimate, could destroy. the earth, or at least, eliminate everything liv ing on the earth. ;=These investigations and experiments are costing millions ..and ? millions"'of ponrids; The best scientific brains are being concenrtrated ori the quickest 'way of blotting out cities. Yet, so much work. awaits the scientist in other directions. If the men who 'todaynare concentrating .their G...

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[?]Y A.H. UNTHANK [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Y A. I. UNTHANK Arthur Herbert ied on November munity Hospital, born at Hastings, e district all his were early set s. One daughter survive him; his ughter predeceas eral took place to the, Hastings e there was a of relatives and phrey read the d gave a short life of Mr. Un rred also to the parents. were: Messrs N. Inthank, R. Un Jones, W. Mar , R. Barley, N. were: Messrs. Unthank, E. Un rk. Gamble and Son funeral. [

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Let's Write a Letter HON. A. W. FADDEN, M.P., Leader of the Country Party. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Let's rte a L ter IHON. A. W. FADDEN, M.P., Leader of the Country Party. Misguided Sir,-Your promise to borrow money with which to buy petrol shows that your political organisation is incap able of learning its lessons. Apparently it wants the electors to forget that a previous Country Party Treasurer named Page once sponsored a spurious form of prosperity in Australia by borrowing money abroad. Its sequel, was a terrific depres sion, when" the lenders refused to lend any more, and the borrower found difficulty in meeting repayments. Surely you do not wrant to re-introduce the system? Ac cording to Melbourne "Sun" of 24th November, you do. Both Labor and Liberal Parties are opposed to such a maniacial scheme of public finance. We would also remifid you, Sir, that although there are niany .petrol users in Aus tralia, .the' bulk of the .people do not own motor cars, and, therefore, to them this question of petrol is not of the slight est interest. Obviously you do not know your Austra...

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OLLINS' SCHOOL OF MUSIC Brilliant Concert By Students [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

nilliat Concert By Students Sies was packed by an sprr Lg c-~ee r Im 6.45 to. 11 p.m•. last Satr hteo audience fr, C ncert was giyven .'.j . -to ed-it wDs Sthe' ap' Stalented per iath gierous:and cn rMr.eLe°tlc Sof pianour1e, Sof the pro , ote of thanks othe wonderful oig for so many neole ,as moved pseconded by Mr. ied by great ap , big audience. Concert openeu duet by Heather IMargaret Bicker, another duet by and Leila Royal. e contributed by Leonic Murray, Fay Farrer, Fay Gardiner, Ronald la Holland, Lau Anne Lindsay, on, Nylma Spark, rs Patricia Russo, ,ois Flitton, June argaret Nepham. erings were inter ,ogs by John .Wil Burridge,. and concert commenc he pianists were:. Leila Royal, Jean Offer, Mavis or, Peggy Alien, r, James Pearson, ee, Valerie Ham

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SOMER[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Two hundred feet glided to the of Marshall and A.L P. dance at day. Percy Go M.C., handed P Robinson and (lucky paner and Mr. RobinSo Mrs. Chancellor Monte Carlo), and Mr. Bron During the ea dent, Chas. Y? and Mro Mart cake stand asr from the dis fro secretarytS t troducedhee late from a Members w know that the Stave FAedral tion f""'ter b (Author se ho: secretary A.L.P.).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

Seaford Theatre t Theatre-Phone: Chelsea .5 yd SATURDAY, DEC. 2 and 3 4 H;iS ERING SMITH NLADD ROBERT PRESTQN . FULLER F RUSH MAN !:I ON - HILLARY BROOKE : Both SItabbl 'or. General 6xlftalbtlof. : r Serial, Short and News EDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7.i, CHOT TONE - ANNE BAXTER :in. . : GRAVES TO CAIRO (ut sultablo for General Exhibitlonf.l Y .: - COOPER - JACKIE COOGAN in-: " FRENCH LEAVE : Suitable for General Exhibitton. SHORT, FOX NEWS Y and SATURDAY, DEC. 9 and 10O ACCUSED (Fur Adults Only). IES CRAIG - LYNN, BARI in' . . IE MAN FROM TEXAS, :: (Sultable for General Exhibltlon). SERIAL, NEWS ' • :. .*C m** -*-* -' *'--' * * " .:*-"***«*" -' iOPPORTUNITY u;.:,KNOCKS BUT ONCE SYOUR OPPORTUNITY MAY - BE IN TODAY'S WANT ADS. ..jREAD :.':THEM NOW.i e"I lummale???NR niI, ia gagga???ggIAi?| U? PLAZA THEATRE, FRANKSTON e FOR BETTER ENTERTAINMEN'l , _ BOX PLAN - 10 a.m. to 12 noon DAILY ? Phone: Frankston 407 Ii ° THIS THURS., FRI., SAT., DEC. 1, 2, 3 m=i "DARK PASSAGE" a ? Starring Humphrey Bog...

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