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CHURCH NEWS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST WILL THE ATOM BOMB BRING THE END? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

CHURCH,... NEWS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST WILL' THE ATOM"BOMB BRING THE END? W:.'Will, the. atom bomb bring the -end? ',,,The ..q'estion that nearly everybody,: has asked was the subject ,of:an address given by Pastor . W;-J. .:awken in the Voice. ':bf o Prophecy Tabernacle, Chelsea, last; Sunday evening. .Pastor Hawken said that scient ists and writers such as Hutchins, Wells; Laurence," Oliphant, Fos dick"and'Urey had disclosed the dread' iossibilities of full-scale atomic warfare. Will this terrible weapon iibring :the end? Many do not like ' to contemplate the answer. Godd had.not. :abandoned this world nor left it to be destroyed by:ambitious;"uniigodly men. The atom bomb will not bring the end. Nevertheless, the end is coming. It is 'God's purpose to deliver. the repentant and destroy the wicked. In His own appointed time and mnanner He will achieve His , purpose. By. a direct act of God, the earth and all the. ungodly, whose thoughts are only evil, shall be burned up. God will br...

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[?]abor Saved Australia from gradation and Ruin" [?] Wilson and Supporters Outspoken at Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

- GES. - Registered at G.P.O., Melbourne, for transmission by ?onst as Newspaper. E t 1l89. Thursday, December 1, 1949. ibor:Sved Australia from -rradat on and Ruin'S .. . ., Wilson and supporVers Outspoken at Meeting d saved Australia from degradation and ruin, during the last depression -were not given the become men till the Labor Government came that Mr. Menzies had given away the Prime , Australia in 1911, when Australia needed its greatest hour of danger, were among the emphaised by Federal Labor candidate for Ii, Wilson, and s ipporting speakers, before good c,,tnn_ Chelse t and Mordialloc. hRY IN THE :LD." ;y, M.L.A., said ie an excellent ection of Mr. Bob it Flinders. They 'troubles in the had a candidate proud to associ before, in the atralia, had the ed to express an more important more important Ibeen governing ars in succession, 'country in the vell off today as the Labor Gov Ministership. Mr. Menzies, as had never been le of Parliament, ame Ministership because he was ...

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

Y B &(0. TIIEET ii and Ltd. jers) '103. IG= REftS & 3S, OLSEN'S Phone 101 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FOIID 10-10 PANEL VANS Frankaton's Only Autliorised Dealers and Serviqe Station for all Ford vehicles. Used Cars For Sale Taxis For Hire R.A.C.V. OT?lce.

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CLEAR AS MUD FARM PROPERTIES AND U.L.V. RATING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

CLEAR AS MUD FARM PROPERTIES AND U.L.V. RATING The Municipal Association of Victoria wrote setting out the Association's opinion as to how proposed legislation relative to unimproved rating of rufal farm lands would operate in Victoria. Cr. Webb said the letter made the matter as "clear as mud;" and the letter was merely re ceived.

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No Magic Wand for Drainage Troubles Years-Long Plan to be Accepted [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

No Magic Wand for Drainage Troubles Years-Long Plan to be Accepted Following the abnormal rai. s in . Frankston Shire areas, many ratepayers are adopting a "Ned Kelly" attitude toward their Riding councillors with a "stand - and - deliver" demand that the flood waters and bog y places be abated immediate ly; seemingly with the firm bt lief that their Shire council lors will, in traditional Moses' fashion, be able to produce and wave a magic wand at sh rt notice, before which the waters and slush will fade aW ay like some misleading mir age. It is not as easy as all that, by any stretch of imagination, and ratepayers of Frankston Shire must Iesign themselves to the stark naked fact that, al though councillors and the Shire Engineer have given, and are giving, most earnest considera tion to the completion of a com prehensive plan for the ade quate drainage of Frankston, Sea ford and other Shire areas, and all possible preliminary steps to this end have been taken already, the plan mus...

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CHURCHES OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

S lCHURCHHEHS OF CHRITS'T - _On -ednesday of last week, a social farewell 'was given to Mr. R. ;'? -Holnes,?who'has served for the oast. two yyear'?? as assistant -Piliter in the Frankston-Moor -orlic Cirruit; 'The function was held:at Mobrooduc, and about 60 neonle ,attended," many of them Foinme out fromni Fi~nkstfn. After social gaires, . erpr2esitatives ibt the Mobdirood i and. Frankston churches exoressed their _oodwill 0to Mr. HolWes:.; Mr. Campbell, -· .; ,, ? - .,. (headmaster of "the Mooroodue State School) spoke appreciative ly of .the work Mr. Holmes had, done in the school. Supper 'closed a very delightful evening. Mr. Holmes has taken up.work as the minister of the ChurchW?.ofs Christ: at Emerald. Many .friends of Mr. Thos. Hagger, who was minister of the Church of Christ in Frankston for several years, will be sorry to know he has been very ill for the past three weeks. It is expected he will shortly leave hospital; al though he will not be able to take up any activity...

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PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY .The i children :specially trained under the ,baton of . Mr. Doug Brown, and, .the;? organist, -Mr. Dick Adamsori,?will render spec ial anniversaiy,:.hymnns next Sun day. :The: preach?ers for the oc casiori ill be the minister from Cheltenham, 1Re?' A. W. Ivory, and in "the. afternoon Rev. J. R. Finlay " from Dandenong. The' evening service will .be a special Young. People's,. Service, when the .members of the P.F.A. will join .with the school in rendering special; pieces. :The.:preacher for the :evening will ·,be Rev. L. lVI. Humphery.:.,.:. The Mothers'Club is preparing the. children's.- teas:,,which will commence.: at 5 p.m., to be fol lowecr by the concert. and . prize giviik.:Thersupenintendent of the school is: Mr:tLes:' Lamont, and the secretary Mliss -,Betty Harris.

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LANGWARRIN SHOW POSTPONED TO 10th [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

LANGWARRIN SHOW POSTPONED TO 10th Due to,;n no 'fault of the' local Society,, butt because the Royal Agricultural? Society had allotted the Langwa-riin: Society two dates? that' :have clashed .with other shows in -the district,.. ,they Langwarrin .Agricultural. Show has: had to be -postponed to Sat urday,_ December" 10, A -great . show is assuired, ;and record entries .have. been. receiv= ed in all sections.

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R. I. V. B. SOCIAL AFTER[?] BLIND INS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

R. I. V. B, SOCIAL AT£ BLIND LNS The final m?tin was held by R.V.I.B. Auxiliary diers' Hall on 2h There was a splun in spite of heavr winds. An amouni passed for Chri. the blind babies This wa. made suit of the stall House (by kind Mrs. Kimpton), penines and rafle tively .brought in supplemented by friends, and pr afternoon. A cheque for sent to the Instil annual meeting, i the half-year. Miss Howitt, h?b pressed the thanks ary to all who liberally to the a who cannot see. S- A set of babyl.v Mrs. Bristow) Thomson, Somme . A delightful m was piesented Brown (pianist), mont and Mon tions were given Bowes. These la sented with houl thanked by Mr president of the A life-govern was presented to ton, who has d work 'for the Montana, who is the Rev. Finch If terian minister and was a mothe blind babies, told ing stories of the endeavors to bright for'the lit After a lovl)' members exch greetings and e ufitil March.

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BOAT MISSING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

BOAT .MISSING Frankston' police are' making? inquiries, regarding a new dinghy, valued at '£20;- from the bank: gf, the Kananiook Creek in 'front of Leslie's . boat sheds. The o. wner is Mr. D. G. Pullen, 91 Playne Stro'otf "Frnnkctnn

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FRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL SPEECH DAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

FRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL '.S..':SPEECH DAY *:iAlthough the iicidence of the 3olio epidemic has dropped con iderably, it; has been decided hat it."would be inadvisable to iold .the Anniual Speech Day in it*:public: building. Arrangements, iowever, have been made for an ,pen-air ceremony at the school n the afternoon of Monday, De :ember ;12, at 2 o'clock. It is hoped 2that all scholars' •arents and .interested citizens ill endeavor to be present, and hat all will accept the invitation f 'the Headmaster and Advisory 'ouncil to attend. Accommodation, 1950. The number of pupils seeking o enrol for next year is so great hat the present accommodation of he school is insufficient to meet :he need. The matter has been ciscussed with the Education De •artmient, and parents will be •leased to know that executive jfficers of the DePartmentIare 0ompleting: plans whereby t is i6ed: to arrange se0oridary eds ;ation for "all qualified .pupis vithin' -the- area:. ' " - toflflnd hs brde( WYere married ...

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

children's claub and Boys,; ,... S Barrie PattersonfVh Fait Brighton,. ivwn last week's com ark ending ? y,:i? oed?' on the: River," seems;, to belong to Sabout Ned I think you. w ll. ?nd it an. exciting' book, for the in it abre fullt f.f ierce beairs tand }Indinans. o of abre u-swirmifiYett, ?his season?' The' <weather hasn't much of a chance, has it? I was dowi?'at. the beach a few days would have preferred to be sitting in a deep. arm chair or rocking it of a blazing fire. Sofama zi ? ose you are over a' attacks "f':the jitters by Ir RUTH: a ig lady is now, setting out for -an :interesting day in tpwn. You will notice topping list that she has. to 'call' at nine different, places. You fit into the the names of each of these people or places she is. going :to {ivisit to day. Send your entry to ."Ruth." - To conform .?with the' N requirements -of the Elec N toral Act, Edward Joseph - I Trait, of 46 Milan Street, U Mentone, accepts full re-. U ? sponsibility for any un- ...

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[?]A DAY [?]AVAGE AT [?]STON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

DAY VAGE AT TON a of Frankston eneral .Savage well-attended SWednesday. eting, Cr. Car dent, entertain d the presi ries of the and R.S.L., re :r at the Pier delivered an on the history e meeting de mittee, repre terested local ate the possi g some suit elebration in tralia Day. It able that the permit of any on this year. ly be a flag on the beach, Gala Day of etc., is likely the conmmit

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

PAGE 10.-THE STANDARD., Thursday, December 1, 1949. 's time to selecc your S GENUINE SPARKLING; CHAMPAGNE S ""WYNVALE" 12/- Lge. Bot. "McWILLIAMS" 11/3 Lge: Bot. Wines for a Festive Occasion. S "WYNNS" SAUTERNE .... 4/- Bot. OLD CASTLE REISLING: ........ 4/3 Bot.. Serve These Wines Ice Cold. ."RITCHIE'S" SPECIAL PORT 4/6'Bot. "WYNN'S XMAS. PORT ... . .4/- Bot. The Traditional Wine for Xmas. : ASK US TO DRESS YOUR GIFT WINES . , .Y S. PRA S XMAS;HAM . GENUINBE SURE OF DELIVERY ' This Itern sho?s S'f' s tig esf in gin short sidply w L- . ... ye.ar PhoneW 22 Opp, Station WN Ra STEo . .?,.? OLD ".r AN ... TH./S Services nes C FRANKSTON 130 "H/ FRANKSETON E.LECTRIC SERVICES 554 BAY ST., .FRANKsTON S •PROFESSIONAL, i. . MURIEL: E. MACKENZIE, Teacher of 'PIANOFORTE SINGING THEORY Pupils pred fodr all; Trinity College, Lonridon, and ' A:V.E.B. Exaniinations . "Windhoeki Cliff Road, and :. St. e PIaul's Kindergarte. Ha lla . Phone 891 LOUS:: ? .PE TR IE- : Teacher of PIANOFORTE 6 BALMORAL ST...

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SHOP EARLY! [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

.You know" .thie ; time wasted when' you .- shop,' during, crowded shopping periods. : ' Ritchie's, ., of. Fraiikston , - do their very best to save :your time by .having.. additional staff. avail able during weelk-ends;' buit;, with the 40-hour opening time, it is in-' creasingly difficult to -give you, as yout wish :immediate attention. If ,you care, to. drop in.-youror der the day before Ritchie's de iiver to your street, you will have, your . order' deliveredi.fired:' e Per laps you, prefer to collect your or ler.;,then if you-post-or telephone it Ritchle's : will hliave it', ready Whe'n; you call. ? If you shop early, in, each' week and wi.bell??"efo'ret Xma?i Ritchiey ? w ill .be .able= to: 4lteip.:you,;-jnore

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GOLF "HOBOES" TO BE BARRED FROM MUNICIPAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

GOLF "HOBOES" TO BE BARRED FROM MUNICIPAL At the- request of the Franks ton Municipal Golf Club, the Frankston Council has agreed to 'fte appointment, durming the Council's pleasure, of five Golf ?lub members with authority to supervise the links on Saturdays and Sundays, as some players using the links on those days are hot. paying green fees.; The Engineer said a lot of, people who -iisu ;ste liulks uised them as no private club member. o.pulgl use .tleme.. Theytt cianytiit out";of, 'the?'"gbl'f'curse':aan' got away , without paying anything for the use of them.

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WAR VETERANS' HOMES COMMUNITY CENTRE, £54,700. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

WAR VETERANS' HOMES j COMMUNITY-i CENTRE, £54;700. At last Friday's meetingr 'g Shire of Frankston and Hastin~gs. Council, the" Engineer advised that toward§s"tl~end of ;Octobeir plans 'of the CorWi'itdity Centre" for the :War i Veterans' Homes. Trust -were; subinitted and passed.? This 'section; :,comprising; staff quarters,."hospital ::section, ..dining room, ,lounge,: billiard, roomr Library, kitchen' and, housing:,for mechanicale-;quipithent;, etc., is to' be constructed 'in brick 'and "con crete. Besides providing : for - maxi mum ..light,-.and , ventilationii cen tral-. heating 'arid nmechanical air conditioning will! also- be; install. ed.' " The-architects are ,Messrs Leith• and: Bartlett,;;and- the contract .of £54,700:\was let to. Messrs Daw, son and Snrith,:of -Footscray.

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PRE—SCHOOL CENTRE Annual Fair and Christmas Party [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

PRE-SCUOOJ. CENTRE_ Annual Fair and 'jChristmnas .Parry, This great annual event '?villbe heid at ..0, p.m., Saturday;-lOth. December, Di 2'the.. 'Park.., There;` will be' Circus ~I clyns and per=" forming dogs,.. and the' highlight; of the afternoon will be a Tvisit from Fatner Christmas, witthh a gift for each child.' At.-1;45 there':Will be the Fancy Dress Parade, for which a' num ber of prizes: will be given:. Miss V'Vsier's;r talented pupils will 'dance, and :boys from the Menzies" Rome :will give a dis-" play. of 'tumbling and pyramids. Further' details will be 'printed next w.eek.

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SOMERVILLE C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

. OUMIiKV LLL U.V .1r. The Somerville -branch of the C"W. A.' held its first annual meet ing on Tuesday, November 22. The Group president (Mrs. Jane) anid ' Group secretary (Miss Whelpton)" were present and were extended a cordial welcome. 'The. office-bearers and commit tee. were; all re-elected, with the exception' of Mrs. D. Hilton, who retired' from office as secretary. Mrs. Beecham retired as treasur er. totake office as secretary, and Mrs Manley was appointed tre asuireri h. auwingrer to jthe - hristmas, holi day~ ..The.Dec ner -.-jneeting will be theld Qn Tuesday- .6th Decem

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ENGAGEMENT PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 December 1949

ENGAGE-E. TPARTY ' .Several IFrankston friends ac cepted- an invitation from -Mr. and Mrs. C. Booth, of. Edithvale, ,on' Saturday evening .last, to : a party' at .their home, to celebrate :the engagement of daughte'iPam to Mr. Bruce Hall, who recently returned from. abroad with his parents. Mrs.' E. Chadwick pro vided music at the piano, and Mr. E. Hall obliged with a couple of songs..:During supper, Mr. Dick Ham proposed" the toast if ) the newly engaged couple and wish= ed them- every 'happiness.:-.-Mtn lHall- responded 'on behalf: of himself and fiancee, who proudlyr displayed a." sapphire and- dia mond 1rig.

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