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[?]OKER ST. KILDA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

ST. KILDA d at -Pank. 59 lost to. Hill 6 d. Perraton 124 d. Watts 17 d. Wohi St. Kilda 358. at St. Kilda: t to tice 131. . Levy 93. d. Hosking 82. beorts s6. rankston 394;

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY TRAIN BOYS? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

WHTTRAIN BOYS? 'Our Minister for igon I s making. an. all-out effort to bring out as - nany iinn egrt to as' -" ' " ' • lig as possibie . to -assit 'us . In the . building of. a. great natioil.n MIhe Sof- the .people arriving hei-e ill i no doubt, n the future, a1 .good iAustralian. citizens. SAllJiations; as they expand and :progrdess pass' tlhrotugi.r ther 'dlani Scult.and turbulent periods il their 1:.history, and as we are a Young t and virilee nation seeking to ex. pand our national economy, and Sto increase our population, it is the youth of to-day that holds the destiny of our nation in their hands. . At the.Menzies Bqys' Home in : Frankston we have seventy young Australians, not only Australians by birth, but Australian in senti. i ment and outlook, and, in short, -i Australians to the backbone. It ijs our responsibility to give these 'youngA? ti|Braaiisi a' 'soind Chrlst-' I ian education, and fit them to take their place in our national affairs. This cannot be accoumplishe...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILD'S [?] PUSHER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

,Peraa Sflhdayaft trade Ilron Peak, woe sall Co the hl5 rode her .-Even~ could. b t extremei ,, child. Oa Highwaya Sunday, sl mladnesas drstic dangerous dtll

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO SUNDAY FOOTBALL FRANKSTON COUNCIL BY-LAW ENFORCED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

NO SUNDAYi.> FOOTBALL .FRANKSTON -.COUNCIL BY-LAW ENFORCED . Frankstorn Community Hospital Younger Set applied to Frankston Shire Council. foi permission :to hold; a football match. at Franks ton Park on?.Sunday, 19th. Sep- tember, for? Miss June. Osterlund ("Miss .Australia" candidate). On:. the-. motionri of Crs; Gice and ,Fowlerl it was agreed to ad vise the applicants .that "football in Council parks on .Sundays was: against ,Council policy, 'and could? not. be permitted. Motor.-Cycle .Sports Granted. Five minutes after the -Younger_. Set. request -was refused, -'the Council granted permission-" to6' the Hastings Football Club.to: use? the Hastings Park on Sunday, 6th November, for runninig. a motor cycle: sports. Permission was .granted subject.to- the Foot--. ball Club. lodging £20 deposit ias an indemnity against, damage: to the ground. .:

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HANDS OFF LIBRARY COUNCIL AGAINST HINTED P.M.G. GRAB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

HANDS OFF LIBRARY COUNCIL AGAINST HINTED . P.M.G. GRAB The Department of Lands and Survey stated that that the P.M.G. Department wished-'to ex tend the Frankston Telephone Exchange on to the vacant Crown: land adjoining the Mechanics' In stitute, which al:ea is ait present reserved for a Free "Library.. It asked if the Council had any' comments on the matter., Cr. Hirst, said the Mechanics' Institute Committee' shoulde be given an opportunity to expiress their views; Cr. Pratt: It will stop any ex tension of the Institute.: Cr. Hirst: Yes, of course it:will; Replying' to. Cr. Fowler, the Shire. president,: Cr. Klauer, said; the Department may havre the power to take the land, but they were apparently prepared to negotiate. "Crying' Shame." Cr. Fowler: I hope so. It would be a crying shame if, the P.M.G. did take over that area: The Frankston Library is a worthy and growing, body; The' matter was. deferred: f one- month, iwhile the Mechaiiiic' Cdmmittee were as"ked' tocotife with the...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPERTI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

A child's and an auto ed.in at F and are al

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH [?] OBJECTORS [?] STRUCTION [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

OBJECTOpg Frnt meetinga, tionu1fldd Ilton, Cam ledgen, Gorr I toria andL. leigh A'en0 . written ob A total ol fected in tE 30 written cb' of 76 blobh holders thEr. F Several the urgent Ssons, that lh made to pn? voiced the health of Ot over-ride id fact was ale long-term pa to ratepayen The Cou ously topr scheme me modification.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CR. CR[?] RING JUDGE[?] NATINGA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

CO cO? HING Jubl Cr. J. L Mblornington been accork of an io :lght-hore. 1949 Tai to be helt?Ct November. Cr. Grit vitation, a. by IMrs. Crk The Nat mania,. i I Royal Short States.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN MANSE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

PRESBYTERIAN MANSE More progress .can be report= ed. The fibrous. plastei man is. 't .work and .the cei ings are ,ring in. It is holped that the erd of this, week will see: the ,eilings comipleted. - Following this, the plastel:r .is.. ivinE. the rooms his second and final touch. Then the floors .will go .down and the .electricians will. pit the. tinishing touches to. -the. work;. -Iso the plumber will be at.work. "he builder then carries on with 'is cupboards,, amenities, and. lown piping.. The opening day is still un certain, but officials of Presby tery and Chaplain-General: Stew art. will be the main officials . i the opening of the building. P-ni,; prp qaý1k4r «*'* rarr{ thpi' donations to Mrs R, W. McDonald, of Bay Street, Frankhton?- wlho is. the Treasurer of the Boaird :of VManagement.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]SON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

SON Wilson, had not r some daughter, him. lace on ale Cre were a. relatives Messrs. per, J. R. Wil s were Eadie er read atorium ble and: eral. RGAN died at Hospital Morgan, t of Mt. Id. She band and "was pri ugust 11. ery read e grave etery. ble and eral. Tr GIm1Y highly re lkston, Ir. b") Gray -ontmunilty Ilowing an lment. Ided, with ews," 421I kston, andl s. and the I, n Gray. t r. "Bob" r garage t for many nal's Gar- ( I recently c Agency. t d to his

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NEWS CHURCHES OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

CHURCH NEWS [ CIURCItES OF CHRIST" : The insistence of Christians .aat fith"'in God is, essential"to nan's life, is undeistandable Then' the &nature of faith " is rasped, said Mi'r F. 'I. Mogan, t the Frankston: Church of 'hrist 1 a s t Sunday evening.. aith, he said, 'is not mere belief a1 icts, but there are facts that oen must allow for, to live.. God sthe most important fact .men have to allow : for.': Knowing: 3od's action in the life and eath of Christ menr must trust Him and commit, :themselves-, to God's way of line in obedience, to Him.' This .ommitlment to God, which .s faith, depends for its nature wrd worth on the conception of God which • underlies it. There ire those ywho visualise God as a very beneo\lent nd','d"rather imple Santa Claus, who can be summoned to give gifts or help n distress at any time, and then orgotten till needed again. On this basis no commitment of life s possible-only self-centred fu Wiity with a quasi-religious air ,an come of it. A str-...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Standard Children's Club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

childrenms club S Earlene Biencourt, of Parkdale, wins From. Side to Side." I a copy of Louisa Alcott's.bo k "Good Wives " Have you read "Little will enjoy the book I am .sending you more if you read Little Women" been having .glorious weather lately?- It makes yo6 think of swim suppose not even the oravest- amongst you have.been: in for a dip yet. ree ks I hope to publish the full list of membersso please be see if your name has been missed. RUTH. . .. - .. . , - , . . :, , i ? . . i. . . . .. ::: .

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REAMLAND [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

tice tinhat this lad's bed is covered with a c'ut out the 1:3 pieces that make up this quilt gethler to formn t picture. and you .will be able 8 le Is dreaming about. Send your entry to" Newspapers. rEvery imemnber should be able to Scompetitionn. -

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

ADIIS awarded to: amela Watts, Faye uilson; arbara Davis, 'de. Biarbara nhon.

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[?]OR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

It Cs `· '1 e nward-! on Helen Ciii Earlene iTen. e Bever~ly

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[?]AYS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

AYS rley Horton, 'ell McComb, rrlss, Morning lenloie. sebarv .Joyce, rid Clbilrgwin d Pollnrd. Mor I. Mor(ialloc. amptoli rgot \Voollej' rgaret I(eillor, pace Johnson, a Drummond, ed Peter Row

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

TART TINS + SWAN NEWS. TE AlTY Sme ' Address I .e . Date an Y rth .e i 'a to' e ·Rii~ '. 7' N~meL··....~.i~s..¶t;~.ews·.v-omee:~ I···i ·· · Sin Mu Iin gnanl gj ) i ht l H~ n h may save- .,I ,-\ ' . -. ?s,'. ' UST the simple action of the switch girl connects you with those who can help in your emergency. In times of illness, one call may save your life. In case of fire, one call may save your home. In a financial emergency, one call to the manager of the Commonwealth Bank may save you from loss or disaster. But it is not necessary or advisable to wait for a crisis. If you wish to open a cheque account, or obt.in an o )r -draft; if you need a loan to finance a'.busincrs, farm or industry;.or to build or buy a home; if you req..iroe ire purchase facilities; if you want any other ~nnk.ng service, in addition to friendly practical-'advicc, te's phone now for an appointment or just call in at your convenience. The full experience of thie Esnlck is available to you at any Branch of the". ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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RUTH'S MAIL BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

Dear Ruth,-Th'ank you fo? thie Birthlday Card. I. am" having ::i small party on Satuirday, i~lnd !I will he. 10, instead,. of.ll :11,.I will now .close. Yours, sincerely,..Phyl-' lis. Kann, ?Coleman"Ave.; ,Alrdi alloc. Dear Rutlh, Thank ou very mluch for my Biithday Caid .and also the Special Honoi Card. Yours sincerely, Baibaia SliIapcott Ba' St.; ?ialilcston: :Dear Ruth;-I?L-am, sending in this week's. competition;,' I.:tried; it three times before: I.finally, got it right, or 0 hatI ;hope is ,right: I will close now, Ruth. rI remain; yours sincerely,, Earlane:l Bien-: Dear Ruth,-I am enclosing my entry, entitled ??'From ; Side, .To. Side." I wish to thank - you. for the Honor. ,Card. -i?Well:. I~-'ust close, as I. have to, wash, the dishes. -A Memberof .thee Club-, Lorraine Dixon, Childers SLt:i.Mentone.,:. I _ *i ' ·:Ii: .. ;

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCOUT NEWS SCOUT BIVOUAC—CAULFIELD RACE COURSE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

SCOUT BIVOUAC-c' CAUiFI El) S:.-A?CE COURISE His Excellency the Lt.-Govern oi, Sir Edmund Herring and Lady .Heiering will be met on ar iv-al at- 4pi.m. by the Chief Cont missioner; G. W. S. Anderson, Somer's County President, Lt. Col.. Hall, and, the County Coiu missioier, Mr. K. .. Brewster. After 'inspecting the guard of First Class - Scouts and Kilng's Scout,-, Sir, Edmund will visit the various. -camp sites and wit ness some of'the displays. The official party will Ie enter tained. -at- Campl- Headquarters for afternooij tea, which wvill be preparled by the 1st Dandenong Troop. .Members of hlie party will be entertained at 2n1d \lordial loc,., 4th Caulileld. 12th Caulfleld anid Sth Malvern for the. evening meal, DETAILED PIROG'ADI11 The- following lprogranume , will be adheired to 3.1 p;.n: -Display Billy Boil ing-Caulfield District. 3.30 p.m.-Climbing Electric Fence: - " 'Oakleigh-Daudenong 'District' 3:45' Tiaj.-Nigiht Alaini and Smoke Signals- Mordialloc Dis trict. 4 .p i.,-'...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEY LIGHT OUT TRAFFIC MENACED IN FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949

Y- --LIGC T OUT TRAFPRIC,?MENA:CED IN ::. :?RANKSTON . The most: vital street. light on the LFrankston. town section on Nepean .Highway (fronting the, rockeryat' the.Bay-Playnie Street intersectibn):, lias been out on several nightisthis.week. • . This:is a very busy intersection, ,where" itrafllc' is: diverted four e";Thel:placing, 6f the rockery and, pole tin total darkness could .ea~ ily .,result:: in serious and fatal smaslies at this point.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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