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SILVER WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
SILVER WEDDING Mr andi Mrs .L.. V. Mudge, 44Q: Meibodurne, Road, Frankston, cele brated' their. Silver Wedding (25th I Anniversary)-,-. this week, on Tuesday, 13th December. They. were married. a t St. Mary's Church of, England, Caulfield, by' Dean H.- T. Langley, onDecember loith,' 1924.
The Standard AEDITORIAL PAGE FEATURE[?] COMMENT [?] Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
EDIITO IAL FEA PAGE co11eIJV The electors- of. AuStralia .have spoken. The result is the end of the Chifley Lab&iorGovernneint, and the dawn of another ternii? t?or the politicial:. parties'? led by Mr.' Menzies and MIr. Fadden.' It was a bitterly fought election. Side issues were magnitied ihnto ~iajor. ones..: B.ut, :nevertheless, the decision is deflxite aind decisive'. - Australians should inbw forget the 'itterness and partisan ship of1 recent- weeks, aind .display National unity Under the leadership ?of R: G. Men?ezies. We "wbuld have urged the same thing if 1Mir'Chliley had been victorious. It is the only action a 'really. loy;al Australian can take. It must be taken at this stage of history. '?\"heth?erl;we agree with Mr. Menzies' politics - or not tlhe fact is thati now he is .the Nation's leader, and as such mnust be accorded the loylalty due to:such a high office. 'IMr, Chifley retires 'vith ?Honors thick upon him. He steered Australia through a very diffeU~lt per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
SERV ICE O HIRE CAR -SERVICE, 24-HOUR .. - Agents. for Holden. Cars. B-AYSIDE-MOTORS SR.A.C.V.$ Service Statioii- : General Engineering. *_I 610 M orningt n -Road. Phone - Frankston 191.: T GORDON LIN'D SA.Y COMMERCIAL - GENERAL. - Specialist in . Child. Studies STUDIO - 13. DELL ROAD, FRANKSTON.: - (Across Cranbourne Road Bridge) Phone: F'ston 735 SFOR MEAT OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY ! :'?, A. MARKS . -' (Previously LAWS) 4 .. . C. SQUALITY BUTCHER . .585 BAY. STREET , Phone: F'ston 275 PENINSULA BUS LINES ' TOURS EVERY. SUNDAY (commencing 25/12/49) L TOUR OF MORNINGTON PENINSULA " .80 MILES OF TRAVEL IN COMFORT TOURING COACH LEAVES:.--.. =, .' - -FRANKSTON, 1.15 p.m. ' MORNINGTON,. 1.'30, p.m. . Via Mornington, Tyabb, Naval Depot, Flinders, Red Hill, Arthur's Seat;. return by Dromana and Coast'Road: SFARE: 12/6 'DAILY.? (Sunday excepted). . ARTHUR'S' SEOAT: (1Q030fLt.y ) 'IOURING COACH: LEAVES:, FRANKSTON, 1.30 p.m. MORNINGTON. 2.00 p.m. FARE:..Frankston, 6/-;' Morninngton, 5/ PENINSU...
Engineer's Staggering Report [?]7,000 Needed for [?]ston Shir Roads [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Fineer's Staggering Report ,000 Needed for ton Shir Roads Sldre Councillors were staggered, . but giuavely most comiprehensive report submiutted at F]ri eelng by the S lre Engineer (Mr. Varcoe), ong that the colossal amount of £1,777,000: to do necess try reconstrtuction- of Shire colplete the construction of existing private" ent drains in tixe Shhe. The Council decided f?l Council m.eting early in the "coiiing ?yeol report, and miuadm 0spclal reiquest'-to therePioeT gincer's vital r port too the:..mann. ratepayi eis report reads: - 261 Miles urvey of exist that there are 261 miles of including 49 C.R.B. roads, roads, and 65 treets. oads, 87 miles constructed or , 37 miles con and 23 miles of the Shire at 83 miles re n, 7S miles re re-sealing, and maintenance; of the uncon ds, IS miles re expansion of ncurring large number of ve ads transported as greatly out strruction, and 20 years in ad system, which the horse and r the pavement • iflent in thick in many cases or foundations, co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
io (0 ET S SChristmas- Holiday Arringements ? This paper will be published a day earlier ar " next week. Advertisers and contributors are i : asked to note this and lodge their copy one day : ? earlier, than usual. m. -All.. offices of Standard ,Newspapers will " • close on December 22nd, re-opening on January 9. . m? •-There will. be no "Standard" Newspapers printed for: the two holiday., weeks. This -follows a • -the usual practice..-of all provincial and. suburban * * newspapers, to` enable. employees, to enjoy a well earned ..reast during the holiday season. Standard a - Newspapers' employees .have had. a .particularly ? hard -year, and their holiday: is ungrudgingly- given I. -' -by a grateful Board of Directors,. *.·: .EEEEUEE~i EU:;;;jp EUUEUi;;~ ·.U U OLSEN'S IFraIlkston For1d Dealers D1)I.[?, ERIY OF NEW CARS FOR XM3AS R.A.C.V. Station. Phone 101
Mereweather Drains Sweepers Charged with Neglect [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Iiereweather Drains Sweepers. Charged with NeglectV When a letter was read: from, hIr. J. Bromllow": complaining of filthy drains in Mereweather Ave nue, Frankston, Cr. Wells said; the nl "p w a adis rr&e to any nniciplally, ' : If.- they:..-were : on private property, lihe said, the Ccuncil wotild order ah ? prosecu lion. There '.were worms, "miles on""' in, tlihe drains, andl some drains never saw. the ;brooid s. He. moved that,.: immediate attention he aiven to M.tr?rezweather Avenue. drans,and, that, the foreman be requested t seep that .'all town' drains are, swept. -Carried -
Rupert Ryan Re-Elected Over 3000 Absolute Majority [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Rupert Ryan Re-Elected Over 3000 Absolute Majority Colonel Rupert Ryan had no difficulty in secpr ing re-election for Flinders at Saturday's Federal election. Always regarded as a Liberal:stronghold, the recent -re-distribution altered the' se-uip quite a .lot, hbut despite. that, Colonel Ryan ,jolled very well. Political friend :aiinc foe alike -ill congratulate `the genial Col 2nel on his. victory. -,I all Parlia mentarians had his approach two ',esti-n= we would 'ot .have the bitterness which exists today" in `', nolitiral world. -r :"His victorywas made much eas ier. by the utinfortunate strife .which occurred iin connection with the "-Labor` presdelection. What ever "chaince Lab?c, had was dis sipated :'then It is putting it mild ly .to ?say :that 'the . incident was very badly handled .by the Central 'executive :f ,,:tlihe Party. Local branrch officials w-ere tre?ted like a Ictof chi'dren by Party officials at headquarters.' :.What happened was most un fair to Labor stalwarts ...
Church News ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
C urck fýlewJ ST. pAUL'S,- FRANKSTON Tire Sunday School . Festival .,ill.tuke piace: next Sunday, 18th Dccember. Children are asked to cone at 10.45 a.m. instead of .45 n... o1l this .Sunday,' an] pmeits are urged to attend with heir children., Kinders will come, Next Tuesday, 20th, the break up night for the S.S. scholais tex uept the Kinders, .who are having. heir own party this vweelk); will be held and 'thet story, of Xma. will be told in carols, story, and bmovie film. Childiren "will xre eiive their prizes; and ? ,supper will be served tob *theml ?Parents are also invited. -
Langwarrin POPULAR HEADMASTER LEAVING DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Langwarrin POPULAR IIEADMASTER LEAVING DzSTfIC'" One of the best-liked' and. most : repecteQ persobnalities ever resl Qa , "inl Ldangwarrin is the' 'heaa master' of the local school, Mr. C. t J.. Smith,? ?wose resignation' has idbeen receiveca ith protound re gr"et:- 'The news came as a bomb 1shell' to. parents- and scholars alike,.as, Mr. Smith is. regariea Swith esteem and genuine affec tion by alle . Ever' ciosely associat e"d with progressive educational Smethocis, no has been the insti gator of -many happy, moves for the enjoyment of both children and parents. As secretary: of the Young Farimers' :·;.League,'. this. efficient leader: enlistec the .interest- and suppoit' of -pupils and district residenits; .and the meetings of the .Y.F L. were ' always . an in spiration. Programmes .were ar ranged of an educational. yet most. entertaining nature, featur-i ing' well-chosen film' strips. (The film projector was one of inany popular innovations" during. Mr. Smith's' regit'ie). : La...
Brownie Pack Concert FRANKSTON BROWNIES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Brownie. Pack Concert__ -FRANKSTON. BROWNIES 1st. Frankston -.Brownie Pack celebrated the ending of the year by giving a concert to parents and. friends-last Monday in the Guide Hall: . Brown Owl, Miss Florence' Hos king, expllained ?that the Pack had Ibeen unable Eto raise money for:; the Headquarters' Appeal, be cause 'of :the; polio'- incidence, and asked for -.pennies, to be -put in their' 'penny ;box.. The .response to this .was- £3, whicih: delighted the :Pack..:' .There ,i's nodubt about the beauty- of. young V'oices, and the followirng.items Iere enjoyed by the:':-. audiece:: Recitations by Janice Gardidsr, Margaret Schae fer, Jeanette .McDonald and Gab riel: Hurst; Christmas hymns, ,"While: Shepherds:Watched Their Flocks"' (with Nylma Sparks as the: angel), and "Away in a Han ger";;,piano solo; Nylma Sparks; Christmas carol,~. "Good King Wenchela's,"- with.'Joan Fowler as the .King, Gabrielle Hurst as the Page,'and Beverley Suttor as the Poor 'Man; and 'the carol, "Silent N...
1ST FRANKSTON SCOUTS PICTURE NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
1ST FRANKSTON SCOUTS PIC . TURE .NIGHT By courtesy of the Shell Oil Co., a -pictuire show will be given in: the.,Scout Hall this Friday, (16.th Dec.), at 8 p.m. The pro giramme will be comprised of films which are bLth entertaining and 'educational. Most of the films are new releases. No admission will 'be charged, but a collection Will be taken up to defray expen ses.:Al'. members of the Group as well as parents 'and friends are invited. -,I
FRANKSTON DIGGERS CARNIVAL Grand Opening December 19 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
FRANKSTON 0IGG NIVAL Grand Opening- Dec r-19 Frankston R.S.L. Club officials, headed by ; Ir. C. E. Jchnson (secretary) and Dr. Jo in Akeroyd (president) have arrangements wvell in hand for what promises to be a record Grand Opening of the Annual Diggers' peach Carnival, on. Saturday, December 19, at 2.30 p.m. Special engagements have been made for. the very latest'-rides, games, and novelties, headed by the largest "Dodgem" cars in ,be many. other great thrills, side -shows and novelties.' It will be a Case of "All the.. Fun. of the Fair," foe-- young. and, old.? 7 -:""` Poipular attractions' for- children will include pony .rides on "spanker" little ponies,' and a" miniature train that toots andi runs merrily all the time.
Lovely Garden on View FOR ALFRED HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Lovely Garden on View FOR ALFRED HOSPITAL When. Mrs. Trenchard opens her. garden at 'Wolfton Cottage, Oliver's, 'Hill, next Saturday and Sunday, .the public will have the oppdrtunity. of enjoying after noon' tea amidst lovely surround ings... The •-terraced hillside, with manyr"are and unusual plants and trees,- and the' walk through the rose gardens and flower beds, and the banks. 6f hydrangea around the house,. will. all delight the garden lover.. The proceeds of the afternoon will aid the1 Alfred Hospital, and the Frankston Auxiliary will serve afternoon tea. The Mount Eliza bus passes the house. ...
Conviction Quashed SUPREME COURT RULES MAN DID NOT OBSTRUCT FOOTPATH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
CoN'vicUson:. i. - Quashed . :in, SUPREME COURT 'RULES M'AN DID NOT OBSTRUCT FOOT ' PATH: ': ' iOn 7thiDecember " Justice k Sir Jamos?rMaCFarlan quashed' a con cictiorni impbsed ' byyFriankston ourt -'of' Pctty Sessions (Mr. Wade' S.Mn , and Mr. '-Austin .P.) ioniGordon Stuart Haigh, of Shleridan:t; Avenue, ': Frankston, *ouilder on *o18th October 1949, when- 'Hiighl was charged :on the information of First-Constable Cattinachi;;f Frankston, with ob structing the footpath of Davey t.treet,. Frankston, on 1st :October. Evidence hiad been given in the Frankston :Cdurt that Haigh ,had refused .to .imove from. the foot path odutsid the Grand Hotel :when told by Constable Cattanach to do so ,and had then been arres ted by tlhe Constable and placed in a cell- at :the Frankston .Police Station.,- : ' . His'- Honour said that he felt that the Court of Petty Sessions ahould have dismissed the charge, as, the.:, evidence .was not saull ienta to justify a convictiop. Ac cordingly 'the order :t...
Fran[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
, of Tlhe pty. Ltd.) ERS have a gar i or the flowers for house deco do to rely plants you oration. It to be a pity or border of hem to last few days ook well in and per this reason, some por put aside sgaes where garden dec d by some taken from the Dahlia: o thle Dah its lowering e does not Phlox or it apply to however, I oas a plant * Personally, grown solely d moreover able garden. is that when show color, in the gar-I period, and not be lift has almost esore in the than it is a at some part should be rs. They can a way as to display, and so that they a period as ent time the nted which p cutting pur e have Ast odetia, Del ), African golds, Ager= nations (the ing Malmai ice); and in there are nums, Glad (these can d in pots at ear), named ations, Sea re are, of perennials but they are ble at this d are more the winter- t annual used ng with cut sophila Ele ophila, with e flowers, h to the at mixed with ors. This is' the seed in and when it plant is just t ots and cut ngth. It ist ...
Grand Hotel Guests [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Grand -Hotel :: Guests New guests at the Grand Hotel; Frarikston, aie:MMr. and Mrs 'J ,H.H Rogeis. ;(West' Bruinswick),0 Miss S..Quinlan (West Brunswick),l) Mi: and Mrs ^I. D . Voss (Traralgon), Mr:; and° MiS. ,D. Grant:: (Surrey. Hil:s); .Mi s'iP' Ahern (Euroa), 'Mr H V: Storer'(StKilda), Mr. and Mrs: J Dare (BrunsIick), Mir: and'. Mrs .'J?':Taylor (East ?MVal vein),- Mr aiid Mrs: H. Lane;i the, hii ses .M.a..nid'.?K;: Lane ;(Hawi thor-n' ast) ;'"Mrs K" -Barber aanc on`' (Stiuth :Yarra.), Mr. and 'iMrs S'-L -: Bichaid;: lTatura,); Mrs:::K. DahlSen , aii:d 'daughter (Bairns zkise) -.
Yachting FRANKSTON CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
Yachting FRAN KSTON CLUB Aggregate races ftor all classes will resume on Saturday afternoon at 2.30. On Sunday morning at 10.30 la race-for all classes will be sailed from Fraiikston to Carrum. In the afternoon boats will take part in a regatta arranged by Pat terson River Club. The club has donated the sum of £5/5/ to the General Grimwadd Melmorial Clock To\wer Appeal: Streamers and bunting will de corate the club for the Cliristmau party and :dance next Saturday. eveniing.. A merry eveninig is as= sured, with good music and sup per. Local' boats did ex'ceptionally well in. the : Victorian Champion ships of,. the 12 Square Metrd class at Fi'rinkston last weelk-endi. Chequers (P. Liaugier).. gained tllird place in.a field of 24-yachtsi and Greengleeves (L: Gloury)`-was sixth. Chequers is almost eertain to go to Tasmania for. tle :Aus. tralian Cliampionshliips n..Febru i ary of next year. i : -. On Saturday five of the' club's boats flnished inL the" first . pine, and on Sunday, Hiar...
The Standard Infant Welfare Birthday. Frankston's 20th Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
57'1 taSa g Infant Welfare Birthday . Frankston's 20th Celebration. The Committee of the. Franks ton Infant Welfare Centre cele brated its -20th Birthday. with. a Birthday Reunion on November 24. The present Committee were Je; ighted with the response to in vitations to be present. Among those .visitors were Miss A. McComb, "Mrs.. Hosking. (Sec.), Mrs. De Silva; Mrs. H. Stell, Mrs. Keast, and Mrs. 3Booth. Foundation members still' ac tive oi 'the' coimittee are MVirs.: ":. Whittaker .(now Pres.) Mrs A. Polghase ,(nowv,?ice pres. ) , rs. G. Farmer now, Treas.) Fr~agrant :;thought, lingeied round the: memory. of Mrs. W 'J. Oates, Ms.s :Faimer . Mrs. ,Pratt. Mrs. Moriis; and Mrs. J. Cameron 'sen:) .These ladies served the Cehtre well, andi have now passed to higher. Service.: Mri. Whittaker- welcomed., t the- Party' Miss Thelma JBaker, wholi represented the Public Health- Depiartment in - place of Dr. Meredith, and also / other special guestsr'of the Centre Com mittee. Miss . Duncahi (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
kREADS ;r~~~~ OUR STIIE STANDARD, Thursday, Dccciber 15, 1949.-PAG!-: 9. You fCAN Get Delivery of A -UST 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 QF 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 ! ! 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 - I XMAS HAMS " & POULTRY r BE WISE - ORDER NOW! ! Ducks - Chickens - Turkeys - Fowls _ WHOLE or HALF ONLY WELL-KNOWN COOKED or RAW JEL. BRANDS STOCKED. .' CLEANLINESS AND PERSONAL SERVICE BOND'S FOOD. AND DELICATESSEN STORE-: N 15-17 Playne Street, Frankston -- Phone 304 - r U U. ....t a...
About People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 December 1949
About People, The friends. 'of Mr, G .Dawson, of Laxter, \viii be pleased .to knotw that he has retur ed home romn .the Alfred Hospital.: '.Mrs. 'VM. Cook, of "Brentwood," ;'t.. Martha, has been staying with i:er son, Mr. 'H. V; Cook,• at:'Ki. oran," Boonong Road, Seaford. Cadet-Captain Eric Johnston, of the LRoyal Australian Naval Col .ege,;Cib Point, is home on Xmas; leave, and is staying with his mother, Mrs. Rita Johnston, Mel iouirne Road, Frankston. IMrs. Florence Hosking, of Kars .street, Frankston, is the first re Presentative from Frankston on the State Schools' Committee of t ictoria. Mrs. Hosking has been the Frank ton State School Com mittee correspondent for a period of 16 year-. The Misses Elizabeth Scott and Heather Vaughan, both of Ep worth Hosptial, spent the week end at Mrs. Johnson's home, Gould Street, Frankston.