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S.M. DROPS DEAD REGRETS EXPRESSED AT FRANKSTON COURT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
S.M. DROPS DEAD RIGIIRETS EXi'PIIRH I4I) AT PFIANKSTON 'COU11 : Profound regret was expressed in Frankston, Court of Petty Ses sions on Tuesday, at the passing .of Mr. John Francis Meehan, S.M., of. 25 BambiraRd... Caulfield, who had .been .for a long period the Stipendiary Magistrate at Frank ston Courts of Petty. Si3ssions, held weekly. : Befo're calling the first case at Frankston Coilrt on' Tue- day. Mr. Wade, S.M., said he: felt he should make some remarks regarding the siid en and tragic death of Mr. John Francis Meehan. S.M.. and express his sorrow at the passing of a "true friend of'everybody.. ;ind particularly to juniolrs. lr. Wade expressed deep sympathy to Mr. Meehan's.wife and 'family, anld re quested the Clerk of Courts to write to the family conveying the sympathy of himself, the Court officials,' and the Bar. Similar sentimelnts of adumira tion of Mr.'- Meehanis personal and magisterial .qualities, as one who had teminpeed justice with mercy, afnd great. regret at hi...
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST "Infidelity in Modemh ?Litera ture" (condensed. from', an. article by Ernest Lloy, published in the "Siens of the Times,"' May 2nid, 1949)... . It is disappointing ,to believ_ ing minds, in 'turning 'over. :the t rages of. recent books, to' see that r nuch modern literatuire is taint 'd with infidelity. .Infidelity: arely appears nowadays in .the old revolting forms, but in the ar more dangerous disguise of a' 'sweet, -humanitarian philoso shy," a religion of science and i ature, a sort of sanctified pagan This tendency is' .not confined to books that treat only, with reL Sigious topics, but it pervades, in" greater or less' degree, every :epartment of modern litera tire. Out of a dozen books ion variety of subjects eight' or. ten. will have an impre.sion unfavor-' Ible to Christianity, ' yet perhaps vithout containing'. a sentence' that could be interrreted- as open Y hostile to ieligion. It is this characteristic that ontains -the great o'danger .in much of t...
FRANKSTON R.S.L. SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
FR ONhTON I 'S.L. 'sOCIAl An, enjoyable 'combined social (Frankston .R.S.,L, Women's Auxi liary and ItS..L. 'subl-branch) was attended` by more than 100 at, the Soldiersi Hall on Mondaynight.: Splendid Vocal items were ren. dered bY..Mesdaines Munro (presi dent), Coventry (secretary ',Mjss Janetf. Prewitt,. ,Mesrs. ",IdwinL ;Johnson, and iJ. Ie1.f._ `', ;`" Dancing was enjoyed-to .music by Wick's orchestra, and supper; was, .as usuil, -excellent. .
GENERAL GRIMWADE MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
* GENERAL 6GRTMWADE MEMORIAL CLOCK TOWER : APPEAL . 'It is desired to acknowledge the following donations to the above appeal: Prevy. acknowledged..,£51 18. 0 V.H.K,; : 5 5 0 Dr. D. Galbraith.. . 3 3 0 ,Mrs. P. ,M..:Young . 2 2 0 Mr. K: Stevenson 0 10 6 'Mr.L. O. Shields . .. 1 .0. 0 £63 18 6 All donations to. the 'Appeal should. be: forwarded to the hon. treastarer ;(Mr. G'G.. Austin, Bay Street;. Frankston), or the hon. secretary, (Mr.: C. C. Pentland, Shire: Offices, Fiankston);
COUNCIL AND RATING SHOULD SHIRE CALL MEETING? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
COUNCIL AND RATING _ SHOULD. SHIT?r E CALL' : 31EETING? Mr. Murray. Smith, vice-plres? dent, of. Frankston R.S.L. . subi branch, suggests, on. behalf o4 many' servicemen block-hoidl~ers and other land- owners in the'dis' trict, that the Frankston Shiri Council *should convene a. publio: meeting before electioli day to pt before the. ratepayers unbiassed opinions as to which system of rats ing would be most beneficial ,t ratepayers, and also advise rates .payers where. the voting.boundary, would be if rating on unimproved' land values is adopted.
FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
I FRANKSTON. PLAZA. PLAZA COMING "HITS" The big 'star feature for to-i night, Friday and Saturday, is. "The Loves. of: Carmen," with5 Rita Hayworth, and Glenn Fordk in the leading roles. The pictures.: -is all in technicolor. An unusual combination ofd thrills, drama and comedy isI scheduled with the support. I is "Fighting Back," the new Twentieth Century-Fox release, featuring Paul Langton, Jeani Rogers, Gary Gray, and Joe Saw-e yer. "Fighting Back" unfolds th4? action-packed story of an ex-soli dier who, on his return to civiliat, life, finds himself faced with-a. challenge greater than -he had ever known before. In the star feature for Monday, Tuesd'ay -a n c1Wedn?.---? Au 22, 23 and'24, Errol Flynn's fans are due for a film treat, with Warner Bros'. new romantic conm edy, "Never Say Goodbye." They will find that their dashing hero has donned the mask of comedy for the first time in many years. Co-starring with Flynn, and also playing a role considerably dif ferent from those wh...
ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY .The .annual. "meeting of the Alfred "Hospital' Auxiliary was hleld in the Soldiers' Hall on Aug. 11tli. A very good balance-sheet was submitted for the yqar's work. .The president (Mrs. Rogerson) was: absent through illness, and the .acting-plresident, alrs. Baker, took the chair. Mrs. Campbellr (president of Aux iliaries' Council) officiated dur ing -the election .of offmce-bearers, anid' coi gratulated Frankston on its good balance-sheet. She spoke of the worik of the Alfred HosPi tal, which often had had cases passed on-to them that the smaller .lhospitals could not handle. She said the small hospitals were do -ing a wonderful. Job, and relieved the city: institutions considerably. During .the nine. months ended las;- March 44 1inpatients and 10i out-Patierf been scaý Each tap Visit. . c. SI nppea~nrs aethe AU i record J! Iad of d 1: rot Aeeti'B
SWAN HILL REUNION FRED FLANAGAN LIKELY FOR FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
SWAN HILL . REUNION FRED FLANAGAN LIKELY-I FOi FRANKSTON Noted League 'footballer, Fred Flanagan, champion half-forward of Geelong and the Victorian. League,. also leader in the, "Her, aid" £100 contest for the best League footballer for 1949, is ale most certain to visit Frankstoi for the important rounlon of ex:. Swan Hill residents, to be held in the MIechanics' Institute on Frl= day, September 9. - .r Fred is a native of Swan Hilft and learned his football with tlh Swan Hill High School, and later the. Swan Hill senior team'. 2 a. It is now expected that more than 250 will attend the reunloa, includinig the guest patrons,' t , and Mrs. Allan Garden (M;tyo and .Mayoress of Swan Hill).
The Standard Home Magazine [?]IO REVIEW "Jazz Concert" Warning [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
hL Wdayt 'Jazz Concert" Warning , o heard a "Jazz Concert" broadcast ursday night of last week must have er they were taking a peep into the *ng of the far-distant past. Ba memorable o listeners a grl trumpleter, Stewart. Rex g that I, and other Aus heard of him w advertised. might give on to know have bIlown ernories, our em is how to as compere, o what I pre ed opening brass more bull-ring, or ,the Battle of concert hall. onths, a re: mpere, made shouting' that tart was pre ge." ee was, cast uld. If any harsher, and So the eir hlungs as were suitably. last of brass ent south of That's how it rifie. And, at used of under. of the night, er Rex Stew elling, stamp accompanied that it almost follow the her played by ent from the that they "Honeysuckle ad Day" were Though both re of the very listeners to recognition of y Dear's vre of the title. "Night and off the beam rter, the man Id not have Indiwork it Of the number plauyed by .all three bands, and .Rex Stewart, only "Sulumner Time....
C.E.F. ANNUAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
C,EF. AN?t At the annud Frank: ton bran~ held last Friday lowins office ed:--Presidelnt secretary, Mii5 treasurer, lia ville; acting r Ernie Hoskikf. leader, Miss L MIr. Ron tt one-act plas. members. I teresting nighb Another sugg and carried o deavour be al one who teach folk dadil An indlaa from St. 3fa their 7th birh' Sunshine Shin 18. ' A part d ing arranged to tion. It was dea night be chsa% WednesdaY: next meeting FellowshiP ' ly tinited t0n The cormia'" Mlondn" at t?O Louis toelir, gramme for meetings. The e tembn , ship thank tee membet for the ste into 'olding gether. and throughout the
"SAWDUST AND PILES" BUT COUNCIL CAN'T STOP SUBDIVISION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
" SAWDUST AND PILES" BUT COUNCIL CAN'T STOP :. SUBDIVISION . Although: C.ri Pratt said the land was filled: up with sawdust, and Cr,. Wells. asked if it was proposed to erect houses thereon, -the. Frankston Council had no power, under the Act, to refuse to sign and.* seal a plan of sub division 'in - Sheridan - Avenue, Franilkist6n. , Thde -Shire :Engineer reported that: "The subdivision proposes to provide :for--. five allotments, with minimum frontages, to Sheridan Avenue of 50 feet, by depths:of 144 feet 6 inches. The area is low, but can be drained." Provision is made for a drainage easement. I - recommend that plans be signed and sealed."
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
FRANKSTION THEATRE GROUP (By :'Stargazer") I spent anl interesting hour the other evening .watching the first act of ".Grand: National Night," and .cam'e away elated. Firstly, although 'I read the play, I real ised it "plays" even more excit ingly than it reads; secondly, I was impressed with Bill Wil liarms' ability as a producer. ,Two players..who will be mak irig their Sebon.d appearance are William Marshall and John Dun can.. Bill's ihitial role was that of a salesman in' "Jupiter Laughs," and quite recently as the artist "Conway" in the "bob in" production, "Truant in Park Lane." To my mind, the latter was a particulairly smooth per formance. In this new play, now in re hearsal, Bill: will be introduced as "Philip Balfour," a solicitor, and like most men of that pro fession,, the possessor of a fine brand: of. dry. humor. His pet aversion is the society sponger, such as Buns; Darling. Who and, what is' Buns? "Buns". is a :chubby forty, who in his early-twenties decided that a :...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
U Humor from the ABC ' Funny isn't it ? A session * : boasting the programme line * 'of "Humor" has replaced * AR'S "Let' :The People S Speak" on --Saturday nights , * at: 9.45.' . S -do :not. "know" whether: • AR's "Humor" is a funny * - session,, but, however weak,; its strength mnust be greater " Sthan was that of its thrice * face-lifted predecessor. r Maybe, .after all these * years, the voice, of: the lis Steners has .been heard at:. ..ABC headquarters. . All dUr.r wesvei4t.t.
FRANKSTON YACHT CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
FRANKSTON YACHT CLUB Illn the report of the Presenta tion Night in last week's issue, the J. C.-. O'Brien trophies were inadvertently omitted.. Mr. Ralph Lane, wlio. won the 12 Square Chlmpionship', received a silver teapot, and the winner of the V.J. Championship, Mr. J. Symonds, was"the recipient of a silver cup. Mr. Tony Fletcher, r:ilcivda-h i.lin te 12 Squares, re ceived a: silver cigarette- case fromi an anonymous donor. Club Ilazecrs.' M'ore than twenty members rc ceived club blazers on Sunday fiiorning. -' Members generally agreed' that the garments and the pocket designs are outstand ing; and will give distinction tc the club. Member Overseas. A very interesting letter was received. this 'week by the Sec rettry from Mr. Bruce Hall, who is holidaying with his parents in England. He says: ''I have just spent a day at Cowes on the Isle of -WWight, on the third day of the annual regattavwhich is known as Cowes- Week. This is a 'festival week.-from the 1st to the 8th of August, ...