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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

SO WONG. HARBOR BRIDGE WATER EYERYWHERE AFRICA WILL ILUlE GLAD TO SEE SOON BE AUSTRALIA- 7 IN SIGHT. AGAIN. ~:ii;a' f E'E HALF WAY STTO IS JUST LIKE A NEW ZEALAND. BOOT, ISNJT ITo WEVE BEEN FLVING "v 8 '- "ONN.W. SINCE WE LEFT DOESNT PANAMA. CALI FORNIA S THE THAMES HERE WE COME LOOK iT0HEP.E'S THE !~T~ .?~~ GOLDEN GATE. WE HAVE REACHED T5E ST. SAN FRAN ISCO. LAWRENCE IS COMING INTO VIEW. ___ ----. ...... plane is fl ying right round the world. You will notice that one of the another different things along the route. What you have to do is work try or sea they are flying over by studying what they say. For in ily see that the answer to 6 ACROSS.is AUSTRALIA. Now fill in the rd. Send your entry to "Ruth," Standard Newspapers, Cheltenham. - Preventative Maintenance S a Pays... -,, ? , I- SERVICE We wish to announce that we are now in a * position to Service All Makes of Vehicles, under ? 1 the supervision of MR. I. R. EVANS, who has - recently completed an Intensive Course at the. i V...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEAR TREES FETE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

PEAR TREES FETE The: recent" fete held by the Frarikston Comimunity Hospital Women's: Auxiliary at "Pear Tirees;"' the i-home of Rear-Ad miral and : Mrs. W. J. Carr, Mornington ;Road, Mt. Eliza, yielded the sum of £114/3/6.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

RITCHIES OF FRANKS.TON LICENSED GROCERS c T'he Ideal Gift This Box (No. 5) codntains: 1 DRY SHERRY ,- ". · 1 C LA R ET 1 HOCK 1 SAUTERNE 1 CHAMPAGNE 1 CREME DE .- MENTHE SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR OTHER GIFT. ASSORTMENTS at 24/9 and 32/-. BOX: BUY ONE FOR YOURSELF - SEND "ONE ! TO YOUR FRIENDS :. . .. THEN YOUR ARE PURCHASING .YOUR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES 'AT. . . . PRATT'S STORES . . . . . AND RECEIVING THE BEST GREENS. AT THE LOWEST PRICES. OPP.. STATION. PHONE 22 A TRIAL ..WILL: =CONVINC . Radio . - ° F/ OM Service / RING TO FRANKSTON -130 FRANKSTON ELECTRIC SERVIcES 554 BAY ST., FRANKSTON BRICKLAYER •CMtOKX CHIMNEYS REMEDIED Fireplaces Modernised,- Septio Tanks, Garages, Garden wiDsi ELMES; FRANKSToNý ýq 18 Argyle Street' FENCING .5ft. PALINGS ERECTED ..Or Materials only. S M ROWBTO5 . 11 FEWSTER. -MPON. j XW35561, '. r ~ · PAINTEER I AND DECORATOR. C. M. LATHAM " "Treholme," George St., Frankston Best Grades Material Used Only. Estinmates Given. Prompt, and Satisfaction Assured. To confo...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Plaza Pictures COMING "HITS." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

/91ad.c /1Lctu,'e CO?" 'ING "HITS." Some of .Irving Berlin's favour ite .old: songs,. together with seven new .numbers from ,the pen of this facile .:composer, are heard in the: M~GM. Technicolor musi cal. "Easter.'; Parade," which will be thelbig attraction at the Plaza Theatre t?niight, Friday, and Sat tirda;r'. ,;Thes l'.numbers are given by a stellar cast topped by Judy Gir la~i , Fred :Astaire, Ann Miller and- .Peter '.Lawford. The' new nbers include "Better. Luck Next Time" ':.sung by Miss Gar lrnd; "Happy Easter," "Drum Crazy'. and "'Steopin' Out With My Baby,': danced by Fred As taire; "A. Coiple of Swells," sung and danced; by Astaire. and Miss Garland;` "A' Fella With An Um brell,'"..sung: by Miss Garland and :Lawford; and "It Only Hap pens :-When ý:I: Dance With You," sung by Miss .Garland and .danced by Astaire arid Miss Miller. Old time Berlin songs used in the ela borate production include "Michi gan," . "Everybody's- Doing It," ."Beautiful: Faces," "I Love a 'Piano,""...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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(Advertisement) MR. CHIFLEY KNOWS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

MR. CHIFLEY KNOWS By "DEh1OCRAT" * ;G We could , agree wtlih :MrChif ley ,whed le said in?:his '-:policy sipeech, There never has been any mil:,ystery about the. abor ,Party's:: policy, and:' platform. " -tit 'e couildir't agree. withli hlim wlhen hlie .said, "It is knowii to all."- :if ., it- :we?ie. then; -diespite :.the 'efforts' of Labor ,' politiclans: . to Persuade the people "tiithat :the banking: issue . is : dead,' '.'there ;could ,be no doubt -in ,anyone's niid as to Labor's intention- to carry ;'on ?with its policy ot nation ilisiung-thle;,banks, if ittis: rettuined to pow~er on DecemberOhth. By reason' of the "fact .that Mr. Chifley and every otlher Labor candidate: is. irrevocablyy conm ii;tte. , by rpledge "to do .my u it most. to- ensure the.cairr-yig .out of theo principles embodied-.in the Labo r'"Platfortm," one of which is "the- nationalisation :.of'-,bank ing, c.redit and instirance." Mr. Chifley" dannot say that: hle -will noth , d(o" his 'ut'tost to flindmeans ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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BRIDE DOLL RAFFLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

J315RIDE DOLL RAFFLE The 'attractive doll being raf fled";i by the I-Meazies. Home for Boys' Auxiliary. can be seen in the :window of Mr. C. R. Byrne's frock shop, Bay :Street, Franks todn, and tickets .canii . be purchas ed at the shop. The doll raffle will be drawn (definitely on Sat urday, December .31 (New .Year's Eve) -in -Frankston .strcets.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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"MOOYOOPGOO[?] INMA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

s,3100YOOPG New and r tions at Mr, y00o00onenf den, God are "The See (loft. itin. Wonga Pigeem stiggins" with a wick Papers); a and scratching Frankstoan Fle frankstonia), jng exhihid on the lapel; and a chartree *The bride of the Franksl and served tralian Navy' viously a me staff of the iospital The cauple the honef home, ? Street, FranR

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

Parnell's Jeweilery Store Pty. Ltd.F FOR ALL CLASSES OF 'WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELLERY s REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED 57,2 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON PHONE: 360 You CAN Get Delivery of AUST IN 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 l Broadcast But we find things out I ! . CORBETT' S (Late A.I.F.) Advice Given Free on Secret Divorce investigations. Missing Friends Traced and Found. Persons Watched Day and Night 317 COLLINS STREET .Cent. 1552 U UD .f XMAS HAMS & POULTRY. . ' o" BE WISE - ORDER" NOW " . " ? 'Ducks - Chickens ? S Turkeys - Fowls. SW HALF ONLY "WELL-KNOWN SCOOKED or RAW ,f " 'BRANDS STOCKED. ' ? CLEANLINESS' AND PERSONAL SERVICE =...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Menzies Bo[?] Disp[?] REPRESENTATIV[?] ANCE AT GYMNA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

'flenzie e ANCE AT GYM Seventy-eight h boys; a deligh beautiful sccun enthusiastic audie parents and friend, the ingredientss o to a very sccsly entertainment last Menzies Home for Mr. Pre, Hom ent) welcomed, or Piers, visitors frdp and Frankstln Air bei's of the Comn agement, parent gret was expressed due to family ii iHomle President, The boys displa and physical stni trimmed and spa hind the Home. The exhibition jungle dances by directed by Cubrc Soing. These in standard of ruon the cubs and th Interesting dom the Scouts includ vising of an esne from only the staff (regulation Team games, un ters Ha'garth an competed in as o can compete. A comedy sketch tumbling, under Mr. Haygarth, co half of the pro Afternoon tea room was a po afteriwhich 'vi'it sp!endidly-kept av of prolific beasn the Young Farm the specimens of spoke volumesifo and wise guidan friend of the b schoolmaster, iMr,. SThe second ha gramme was des contests (includig mids, gymnastics; ing displays. Wel edy sketches ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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SANDERSON — CLIFFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

SSANDERSON - CLIFFORD. T: :he inmarriage -of Dorothy Mary second daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. L.. H. -Clifford, ' Geraldton; W.A., to John. Andrew Sanderson, only son of' Vrs.. W. Y. McIntosh, OiB.E., Victoria -Parade, Franks ton;: was celebrated on Saturday, November 26, at St. Paul's Chuirch '-of-' England, : Frankston. Riev. A. J. Whyte' was the offici ating cl?rgyman. .-'-The bride, who was given away by, her ;uncle' (Mr. C. Clifford, Lang Lanig), looked charming in ?iperiod gown of white lace over white:oyster-satin featuring a fit ting :bodice, with ; boat-shaped neckline 'and small satin collar, and long pointed sleeves; the full.:lace skirt-:.opened in front to :show- the satin,- and was finished -with ?-:a nmediumilength circular tirain :The embroidered veil was ,arranged with a' halo, of frangi .pani and :orange blossom, and a bouquet: with trailer of white, water-lilies'--and ' frangipani. was l :caried. . """The, bridesmaids. were Miss Elsie Clifford :(cousin ..of .the ,bri...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Ryan For Hinders [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

With '.nly two days to go be S fore the Fedeial Election, it is of interest nriow:t6 .evaluate the posi -e tibonand' tryrto assess the chances r of the :political parties who are as'ing:: th? "_electors to elntrust them 'with the Government of Australia during the next thiee e years. ? .. ,. -"3n' previous elections it has .f- been ,largely -,a question of the eelectors:. beingi asked to decide emerely..which:.of two methods could bi:best applied to bring 0 about 'th? sam e-or at least a ?t simil a iresults= :lThis time .there is a very sig nificant: difference. : ;At' the polling booths on Satur y `day, "10th 'Dcember, we are :charged :with the duty and privi r:lege of decidliig not merely be tween: .'two ?different political methods:. .we have to decide be r'.tween .two. coiiipletely different isystems: between two Different Ways :of Life.?! In listening-to the speakers, and in reading political articles and propaganda, we are faced with the task of'setting aside those minor: issu...

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Weddings BUTLER — MATCHAN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

S BUTLER ... MATCHANf Joan; only: datghter.of Mr. and Mrs.? J. E. Matchah;. 1 Daihde nong ,Road, Frankston, was mar-i ried on :Saturday;, 19th Novem ber, at -the Church of Chirist, SFrankston; -, to :Richard (Eddie): only- child of. Mr.,. and Mrs. R. Butler. Hastings Road, Franks top. Mr. Morgany?was the offici ating clergyman. The bride, who was give' away by her father, wore a frock of cream embroidered French tulle and a full-length Limerick lace' veil fastened with a topknot of cream roses. - A bouquet and I trailer 'of cream roses was car ried. The . bridesmaid, Miss Patricia. Brown, of Preston,, wore a dress of white net;. the skirt was ar ranged with bands of white satin, and the yoke had three frills to give an off-the-shoulder effect. A circle of red roses was worn as a: head-dress, and a bouquet and trailer of similar roses was car-! ried. Mr. Brian •Dawes was best: man. .The church' was most artistic ally" decorated with rhododen drons in cyclamen shades. .The :reception ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Menzies Boys' Home Xmas Appeal The "Standard" Will Accept Subscriptions [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

Menzies Boys' Home Xmas Appeal The "Standard" Will Accept Subscriptions The annual appeal for the Menzies Home for Boys was opened on Monday, the objective this year being £5,000, which amount it is hoped to achieve for this very worthy cause, and to give numerous young Australians a chance in life. "The Standard" has agreed to open a subscription list in connection with the appeal, and donations will be acknowledged in these columns. In connection with the appeal, 5,000 letters have been sent .to Gelninsula residents, and a fur ther 5,000 to other parts of 'the State. As a result of the appeal this year, the Hoine authorities hope to be able to admit an additional 30 boys to the Home, where 78 boys are now being well cared for. The general behaviour of the boys at the home has been excep ticnal over recent years, and not one boy has absconded: It is now a model home, - and one of the best in the Conmonwealth. Rising costs render it impera tive that money must be obtained urgently. ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUNIOR LIBRARY FETE Big Day at "Kooloongatta." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

JUNIOR' LIBRARY FETE Big Day at' "Kooloongatta." The fete forthe Junior Library'I was he'd at the:home of Mr. and Mrs Mirams, '"Kooloongatta," Oli ver's Hill, Frankston, 'in glorious. weather, last Saturday. The grefinds looked charming and there were wonderful' bar gains on all the attiactiiely ar ranged stalls. Business was very bri'k after the Shire President (Cr. Carpen ter) declared the fete open. The final result shouldC be very satisfactory to all who had work ed so arduously for some months. The final figures will be publi=h ed in next week's issue. The tray. was won by Mrs. Beaumont, Davey Street, Frank ston, and the dressing gown by Mrs. Rodda,'"Nepean Highway, Fi'ankston". -

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Frankston Theatre Group Excells Again [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

Once more, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday a s t, members, of the Frankston Theatre Group lived right up to their. grand reputation as amateur theatrical performers, with a brilliant and almost faultless presentation of "The Crime of Margaret Foley" (by Percy Robinson and Terence De 1[arney), produced magnificently by Jock McLorinan. Packed houses greeted each of the three night shows; first night's proceeds went to. the Frankston Pºe-School Centre. Whichever way one looks at it, "The Crime of Margaret. Foley" is one of the definitely oustand ing efforts of the Group-and that is really saying something. The cast was both talented and consistent, the acting throughout being both natural and finished. As the specially big and en thusiastic "houses" on each night suggests that every real enthusi ast for miles around .was in the dleighted audiences, it would be pr:bably superfluous to dwell 6n the actual story, of the play, ex cept to say that the murder was realistic to a remarkable ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Surprise Party [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

Tins; buckets;, dishes and 'any thing that would rattle were taken to the home hf?:Mr. and,Mrs' Har old Gooda:n :Satuxrday night last =? when! frienssiurprised'; the .:co'uple', on ireturni-.fromi their hongymoond. with a? . old-fashioned , ,'tin ket-" Mrs:- Gooda's' parents," Mr :iind' Mrs. 13l1 Robertson,` weretlihe.' de-` coys to entice: :the couple :to stay: at' home :for -:the evening :.The" uninvited :sguests .. arrived,:.': about, 9.30, a.ndid like a line frodm a well known :song :'the "din. was-'heardI afar." During supper; wvhich lwass provide'd- by the guests, Mr. Gooda: thanked the gathering for; their happy; 'if- -somewhat "hilaripus," welcome.

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The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE FEATURES COMMENTS Editorial Thursday, December 8, 1949 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

I ~EDIeTOR AML FEAn2»iRS I PAGE COMMEI SEditorial Thursday, December 8, 1949 On Saturday the Australian people will exercise their trien. nial privilege, of choosing their Parliamentar3 irepresentatives and, -indirectly,. the Government for' the next three years. Before casting their votes, electors should forget the wave of. propaganda. which has' wept the -country for the past- few weeks. The' expenditire .f huge:sums of money by TParty bosses for the sole purpose of intimidating .the electors is surely a blot on what wivcall Australian Democracy. Forget it all. Electors have to decide whethier tlihey consider the Chifley Government has` done a goo: d r. a :ad job during its term, or 'whether they consider a .Menzies-Fadden Government would ddo beitter As Melbourne .'Arg'us" 'so'very aptly iput it'. when': Aist?alians wake up-_ioni the morning of December 11, if fM Chifley has won, they will ,.nt find:.themselves members .of a "slave State - as silly - propaganda 'suggests, or if ...

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The Standard TABLE TAL[?] About People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

IT ia ............. ............................... ..........TL AboutL /-eople Mrs. C.. E. Tank; Austin Road, Seaford, who celebrated her 92nd birthday a few. days ago, has liv ed at Seaford for. the past -25 years. Popular as "Seafords Grand. Old Lady,"' Mrs. Tank is still enjoying :splendid health; MissP. Power, 440 Melb?iotrne Road,' Frankston, scored a first award 'withi her? Dachund; bitch; "Sally,". at. ; Saturday's record Berwick Show ?: a ' Mrs. Hartley -Watson, J.P:,-was absent from-the; Frankston. Court Bench: on., Tuesday,: for the :'first time for several; weeks:. ::.. i Mr;' Gordon-' Austin'sa fiiie pas tures at Langwarlin have attract ed the attention recently oof" Gov ernment research :experts. " .; '.Miss Pat Shout Nepean High way; Frankston, has done: a. grand job during'.her first year..as' pre sident of thei Friankston Commun ity Hospital ..Yunger. Sit;,:.which is about' to. wind ;up. a most suc cessful year ":of': hospital benefit work: Mirs:, C:- Willcox,: Play...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

"` - FOR FRESH MILK, : :,;l u ~ -AFTERNOON TEAS, . a HOME MADE CAKES, *U * VISIT. ... *:The WATTLE C.AFE _m • -• -O- - OU . * 536 BAY STREET. Frankston 37. ggggIl a a ' aa ag Il ga ga ga a ~I I W HIM ll RING FRANKSTON,: 145 10 CARS NOW AVAILABLE -- McCOMB'S MOTORS (Gawley. & Johnston) OPPOSITE THE` STATION, FRANKSTON *ills WW W W W W W M W W W E U,. m FRANKSTON - SEAFORD I .. CE SUPPLY " . A LOCAL. INDUSTRY . . (Albert-Byrne &.:Son) * 16 OVERTON:ROAD - - - FRANKSTON '-Phone: F'ston 261 At Prankston Entrance to Mile Beach Estate "Also at Your Service for General Carrying - : A Wedd .ing ., PORTRAIT by MICHAEL TOOHEY , Will Capture the Loveliness i of. Your Wedding Day COMPLETE ?,WEDDING :ORDERS ; all in and Iiquire ' '; 28 PLAYNE ST., FRANKSTON or Phone. 692 STRONGA FIBROUS PLASTER MANUFACTURING. CO. PLASTER CORNICES AND PANELS FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY (No Sheets Available). INSPECT OUR .STOCKS - - 24 WILLIAMI. STREET, BALACLAVA PHONE: LF' 1933. DEAR MOTORISTS, The terr...

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BIRTHDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 December 1949

BIRTHDAYS. Dec. 9: Peggy: Hannell, Mentonc. Bobb Young, Mordialloc. Dec. 10 Elma Edwards, East ::.., Brighton.. Dec .? i;,Fayc- Knight :Mentone. :: everley H-;aysom, Mordi a . bc. Dec'l 12 :Pamela ;Freak, Seaford. Dec. 13:: John: Nettleton, Carrum Downs "'r Dec. 14:Gwienda Dickason, Park A: lanri' :Nankeivis, North _ ", :Brighton.:.;:.

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