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SUCCESSFUL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

SUCCESSFUL DANCE The Liverpool Troop oí Scouts held their annual dance at the Liverpool Town Hall last Saturday night A.though the night was cold outside, a wami friendly atmosphere greeted The many patrons inside the hall. Terry Fitzpatrick was the effic.ent MC and Bob Gray's Orchestra were right in the groove Novelty winners w{ere: Monte cario ene step, Miss M Jewell and Mr N. Noakes, barn dance, Miss E Smith .and Mi Rawlings Members of the committee who as si ed to make the evening su n a suc c ss were- Mesdames McDonald Jewell and Stanton, Messrs. K McDonald, W Gardiner, W Stanton, T Jewell and R Duckworth

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR PORTRAIT TAKEN. Call and tmke an appointment today. AINSWORTH STUDIOS NOW AT 8 SCOTT ST., LIVERPOOL (RigH at Railway) AIFC 53 Bathurst Street. Phone Liv. 150 CHALLENGE WOOLLEN MILLS HAVE VACANCIES FOR (a) GIRLS or YOUNG WOMEN with or without experience. tor Weaving Department. ¡ <b£,§MART ACTIVE YOUTHS, 17 to 20 year», for train- | n& «s Weavers. , (c) BßfeS. 15 to 17 years. Apply atWice, ATKINSON STREET, LIVERPOOL, Tele- I pihone UB7258, UB7259, or through lfce Q-faraonweaîth {Employment Service. '

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARGREAVES PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

HARGREAVES PARK Reaíd:*it¡=| in, the Hargreaves Park area will be glad to hear that a Parents and Citizens' Association is being form ?«d in connection with their local school. The first meeting was called for on Tuesday 9th March and provisional officers were elected. A further meeting was held on Tuesday, J6th at 2.30 p.m. at the school and it is hoped that plans can be put under way to assist both staff and children to obtain batter facil- ities and materials. It is understood rtiat in future, meetings will be held jnonthly in the evenings to enable fathers to be present. The second meeting of the newly formed Parents' Club of the Child Centre was held last Wednesday 10th Marfch at the Kindergarten. Miss Michell, president and director, was in the chair, and Mrs. Johnson, from the central organisation, gave a talk on the beginning of the Kindergarten Union, and tracing kindergarten work round the world. It is an interesting fact that there are kindergarten movements in both China...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

\dones ¡DRYCLEANERSJ Liverpool: 1 MISS HOUGH 187 Macquarie Stree! Cabramatta : ! Mrs. GERAGHTY, opp. Railway SUtion I WOOD COFFILL Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Telephone: UB7623 I "EASTER" | BRIDES! 3 ROOMS of Modern FURNITURE from £99/18/6 ! Cash, Earsv Terms, or ' ' Lay-by ! ! GEO. PURDUE i i 97 ARGYLE STREET ¡ (Opposite Parramatta Station) I Also 150 CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA I Thone UW9057 !_: THE PARK CAKE SHOP and CONFECTIONERY (R. D. LUTZE, Proprietor) For Home-baked Cakes, Pastries, Pies. etc. Wedding and Birthday Cakes a Specialty ' Only the bes' ingredients used. Orders take.i for Picnics, Socials, and other functions. Phone Liv. 21. U ---- FOR LOVELY HANDS always use RAYMUR HAND CREAM 1/- a bottle MURRAY'S ! PHARMACY [I LWpool. Tri. UB7642 I Guardians of Your Precious I Sight I. CRAWFORD Pty. Ltd. | 23 George Street, Parramatta I (Opp. Court House) OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS UW8998 i * N.R.M.A.* I LIVERPOOL District Depot M Barrett'« COLLINGWOOD GARAGE GENERAL ENGINEERS Panel B...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

PROTEA THEATRE CABRAMATTA Friday and Saturday '-2nd, 3rd April. Night 7.45, matinee l.*5 'THE GHOST OF MRS MUIR" (A) with Gene Tisrney and Rex Har;ison. Plus "Second Chance" (A) with Kent Taylor and Louise Currie Wednesday, 7th April "THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL" (A) Phyllis Calvert ard Michael Rennie. Plus "Rhythm Roundrup" (G) with Ken Curtis and Cheryl Walker

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: LT.7W Week-night ctsgons coiuiii. "w '. M p.m. Friday and TSaturuiii »i.it ¿ m. tuurday Matinee. 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify if not coming oy per- manent reserve holdeis cancels reserves. FRIDAY and SATURDAY April 2 and 3 Metro Goldwyn's action filler! drama of the boxing ring "BODY AND SOUL' (A) with John Garfield Also the glorious outdoor adventure "THE VIGILANTES RETURN' (G) Photographed in Technicolor Saturday Matinee, 1.30 "The Vigilantes Return" "Out- laws <tf the Prairie" MONDAY. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY April S, 6, 7. A Great JJuok becomes an unfor- gettably screen experience "THE VALLEY (OF DECISION" .(A) with Greer Garron and Gregory Peck. Suppirtfed by Ann Todd in "THE DANGEROUS YEARS" (A) THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY April 8. 9. 10 'THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY SOXER (G) Tile record smashing comed\ with Cary Grant, Shirley Temple and Myrna Loy Associate attraction, tin ihnlling technicolor sjx'dal. Randolph Scott in "THE ASSASSIN*' (A) ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

HERE'S LUCK. Get your next Lottery Ticket from J. EAGLETON Hume Highway, Liverpool F/RST-CLA3S BOOT REPAIRS. * ^_^-*~- ^ SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE s^^¿^~ " uveHJu ir COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION I ^^^HBSHHHBHfc--^-- ' * LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES. Í^^¿ ~" EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OPPOSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL C. I*:". HUMPHRY'S. A.M'I.A.M K.. Prop Authorised Inspection Station Il THE HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE ? , Tlif M:iin Hole! in the Main Street of one of Uie Main Towns of the South Our Ma:n Advantages ... I HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM I j SPACIOUS DINING ROOM AND LOUNGES ' (iii'.sls ru-ci vc Ik'sl «if Aucnliun Telephone UB7840 I ¡__' E. TULLY (Fellow of Beal E.state Institute-F.R.E.I.) STOCK, STATION AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER Specialists lu Beal Estate m Propeng management Stock Sales. 11 a.m. Every Saturday. TULLY'S STOCKYARDS RIGHT AT STATION, LIVERPOOL. Phone UB7847 I SHAWS PHARMACY I 193 Macquarie Street, Liverpool [ I Inn Vánate Uispcii^...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNCIL TITBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

COUNCIL Triwrs Liverpool Altíermen agreed at their last meeting last Tuesday to give the concreting gang on the Castlereagh Stre.ec job, 3d. per yard as bonus. 9 * * Support.ng a request by Liverpool ¡ branch of the C.W.A. that council make representations for the provision of toilet facilities for patients at the con- | suiting rooms of Drs. Piene and Brown, ? Aid. T. Fitzpatrick said that the people , next door and opposite were made con- veniences of by patients. Council agreed te co-operate with CWA. In reply to earlier representations by Council, the Road Transport Department wrote that the matter of bus fares for children attending Chipping Norton i Schcol would be taken up with the bus operator. A list of daily and weekly fare« for children was included in '.he letter. * . r When a quotation of 42/6 per square ¡ for sanding the Baby Clinic floor, ¡ presented by Mr. E. Webb, was being considered by Council. Aid. Smith ask- ed who the contractor was. Aid. Cullen [ said 42/6 a s...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

YOUR OWN HOME Parramatta - Granville Cabramatta Fairfield and Liverpool Group and Co- operative Building Societies have al- ready advanced £1,250,000 to home builders and home buyers. The terminating Co-operative Build- ing Societies, which is new m the past ten years, have advanced over £40 mil- lion, is now recognised'as the best method of home finance in Australia. The Societies, which are truly co- operative, provide loans of 100 per cent of the total value up to £1250, 90 per cent up to £ 1540 and 80 per cent up to £2240 of the house and land. Interest is only 4 per cent Home plans and specifications are provided for home builders from £2/12/6 Legal fees are two-thirds of the scale cost and repay- ments are much less than rent and are spread over 22 2/3 years. Being a Co- operative Society no one makes a profit out of the Societies' operations and the Group, which JS the largest In Australia, has exceptionally low overhead costs. The Societies are supervised by the Government I...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

GOLF ASSOCIATES The number of players comprting m I the competitions during the Easier holi- days was rather small. However, the weather was good and made the game twice as enjoyable. The event on Saturday was a nine hole stableford. Miss Betty Battye won with 16 points. The runner-up was Mrs. ! H. Andrews with 14 points. On Sunday, there was a mixed four- some. Mis Lei)«, Battye and Keith Longton won a count back from Mrs. H. Andrews and Tod Thorn, both pairs were 2 up. The nick held however, for j Leila and Keith.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

FRED MARSHALL AUCTIONEER POULTRY SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY 12.30 p.m. MOORE STREET LIVERPOOL POULTRY PICKED UP MORNING OF SALE. PHONE, CAMDEN 342 ! Wally Smith's CABRA VALE TAXI SERVICE Available for Weddings. Funerals, etc. To mrs arranged. Phone UBI 726 J. ROWELL GENERAL CARRIER Phone Liv. 34.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

CYCLING Lneipocl Amateur CvcLrg Club has begun its 1948 Road Season The Club has len ted th* hall in NoHhumbeiland Sliest (old Salvation Army hall) for its meetings 'flhoss desir ng cf joining the club mav do so a* anv of these meetings held a 7 45 p m each Ti<»sday m?ht Election of officers tcoV place on Tues- j aay, 23id instant Mr W Ta\lo< b^inn e'ected president and Mr P Trajmai j seoretaiy i All members are s-ieciall" requested to attend next Tuesday night's mee' n? After the con-1 sim of bisme«, enter- tainment will be offered

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

-? SOCCER -? Some very jnteicsting Soccei was seen i at Knight Park, on Sunday afternoon, when players to represent the Southern District Association's new Metropolitan team were selected Twenty-two men took the field to try and gain a position ni the team. The football was of a very high standard until they ran out of gas The names of the lucky players were as follows: L McDonald (captain), S Brown, A Simmons, W. stanton, J Sault, F Cuiles, J (London) Foster, L. Brettle, R. Kent and M Jordon. It was very gratifying to see that tin ciubs from the S.D. are putting a lot of interest into the game, thereby » making it possible to start a Metropolitan team this j ear. With this further sup- port and co-operation in the coming year, it looks as though we will next year enter 1st Grade and 2nd Grade Metrop teams, then to State Games This can only be done by the full sup- port of the affiliated clubs putting in more members eacli year, also to foster the youngei teams, such as under l8 and...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROSSROADS CORNER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

CROSSROADS CORNER By 'Mr. X" Mx Stan Clegg returned over Easter j norn a ucit to Mildura, full of praise | ici us wondeiful climate I * i * I Mi and Mrs Ken Sode and famtfj i ha\e left the Crossroads to take up resi- I der.ee m West Australia. j * * * I We belie\e that the manly art of fish- j uig drew Fied Mills and Arch Denison once again to Jervis Bay. We hope that jou dd well foi jouiselves lads. * * * Miss Vi Seeper, now a resident of BDckom palo; the Crossroads a vsit o\ei Eastei Vi looks excellent, attribut - îrg hei health co ihe wonderful coûntij air * f * We would like to know who the young man was who took his girl to the Show and lost her theie? Quite original we think It s belter than running out of gasoline, isn't it girls' * * . Johnnj Johnson returns to his paper ^e.l ng aft« an Eastei break at St Geciges Basin

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

irr I Our Motto THE CEST FRUÍTS VEGETABLES Only (BILLETT ¡St, LIVERPOOL i- - -- I EELERS L IR ES 1 SHOULDER BACON 1/4 lb. CUPS AND SAUCERS 4/3 each LLER'S LICATESSAN Ï. (opp. Fifi» S'atlon) LIVERPOOL k11 Your Smallgoods ed Poultry a Specialty Phone UB7838 DE THE GATES ¡GREAVES PARK JRNBULL GREAD MLY BUTCHERS VLITY" OCR MOTTO avtl Farther and Far« Worse > WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH DIAMOND RINGS CID GOLD, rUT G1A?S ANT-QUES j GREEN'S Wa'chmaker and! Jeweller 2r>3 MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL | UB 7S10 \FEGUARD YOUR i FOR MODERN EYE SERVICE J consult ; C.T. LORENZ (Western Suburbs) Pty. Ltdi. 85 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA, and at AUBURN fmmmmmÊmmmÊmÊmmmmmmamÊmmm^sismmmmÊmm^mmimmmmËmimmÊmÊm; j VOU USE A T A Yf WHEN IN A HURRY t FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE, Phone UB 7880 BLACK AND WHITE DAY AND NIGHT Weddings, Parties. Funeral«, etc. a Specialty. i KEEP YOUR SPIRITS UP! >ite the temporary Beer Shortage y'pfci can still procure the essentials of REFRESHMENT AND HOSPITALITY AT MARSDEN'S COLL...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

NEWS OF THE LEGION Congratula'io"s ar^ the order of the dav for Geoff Tebb. who was married to Mt«; Jess McDonnell «t St. Luke's last «?furr3'" night. The Lecion wishes you beth all the b?st in your future life. L "ion members are reminded that the return malch with Auburn-I 'dcombe sub-branch will take Dlace at Woodward Park on Sundw.. 4th April. Liverpool trpTiy are requested to assemble at the P*rk. 9.45 a.m. Brine' Mum »nd the kids ann make' a picnic day of it. The hox of fruit at the street stall büß Saturday «a» vee top Ita. Bft9w&.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARGREAVE PARK FVICTIONS SICK CHILDREN HOMELESS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

HARGREAVE PARK FVICTIONS i SICK CHILDREN HOMELESS j I Pitiàul scenes wee witness- , i ed in Hargreave Pírk Hous [ mg Centre on Wednesday [ n ght of last week, when no i ' less than seven families who had earliei in the day been evicted forcibly from their | huts, facedi the elements in j rr.iseiab'e helplessness. | li.c families >.;:e evicted on Court ' oi^e s bebaute ci unpaid icnt. Employ- ees of the F W. Lapait ment, under I 1 c1 c3 gaaia, mo.ed itte iuin>.ure out ' 0.1 (.it nuts. v... 01 tne evicted families wat, a v .CI"K wita nine children One included i an a:\aliQ father Another included a mettler w no enters hospital th s week Ui a confinement Still ano .her family oi paiems ai.a five young children în clLQ^a a chiia ju i out of hospital after j a s-iiois lintis, and an infant of ¿even I weeks. ¡ VV.-LII a Leai-r representative arrived i I i t..¿ i-«.i«, ai 8.30 pm, ths latter I family, :.ick child and all, were shel i ._ i.^.i L..e ian) in one of the open .t..»._ ..- ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor) Sir, it it. \Mih great pleasuie that I take this opportunely of congratulating you on the excellent article on Liverpool that appeared m a recent issue of your paper I am quite convinced that Liver- pool has entered an era of rapid expan- sion, and, will m a few years, be a large and important centre, and journalism, such as the subject matter, will go a long way in aiding thus municipality to leach the goal towards which it has ai- read} made much progress. Yours, etc., C. C. KILLINGER. I Wilson Stieet, Lnerpool 22nd March, 1948

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SHOE STYLES IN RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

NEW SHOE STYLES IN RUSSIA More than 150 new styles and models have been introduced into the Soviet shoe industry. With the aid of new technique in fastening soles, sewing and production of laces, this year's shoe out- put will be 47 per oent higher than last years. i

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 April 1948

MORRISON'S CORNER Canley Vale "* UB1413 I i For . . . PETERS ICE CRE\M, CAKES AND CONFr^T"VT.RY KODAK, and D. and P. SERVICE THE MECCA OF THE DISCERNING CORNES' CROSSPn\ns HOTFL All Roads Lead! to The Crossroads Come to the Crossroads for a Good Drink well served. Phone. Liv. 134 J. Cornes, Licencee. RONEFF TRADERS ( Regd ) SERVICES DISPOSALS SPECIALISTS : UBI036 SINGLETS. Men's wool and cotton. Sizes to 42in ea. 6 « Bib and Brace OVERALLS. Heavy quality, 18/6 pair No\ coupons SHIRTS. Khaki green and white. Sizes to 18| inch neck Priced1 from 5/- to 11/6 each. TROUSERS. Knaki drill From 28 inch tto 41 inch waist. Priced from 10/6 to 14 6. BOOTS Army, newly half soled and heeled. Sizes 7 and Ff only 10/6 and 12/6 SANDSHOES. Sizes 10, 1!, and 12 only, pair 6 -. GUMBOOTS. Szes 6 '© 10 Priced from 12/6 to l8'6. ARMY KITBAGS Good as new, 4/- each. HAVERSACKS, 5 6. DON R. TROUSERS 19 6 to 28/6 pair. Also Goggles and Gauntlets. RAAF TUNICS. Be?utKul quality IÔ/6 and 24/6 each GROUND SHEFTS...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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