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CHURCHES OF CHRIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
I CHURCHES OF CHIIST Young people of Ihe Frankston "Hard-up", -social. evening last SSaturday. Those .who attended dressed for. the occasion in" their oldest. and. most ragged clothes. A "Court of Injustice. imposed fines for every evidence of afflu ence. ; eOn Sunday morning 1Mr. Mor gan preached; on the. subject of prayer. The persistence of men's desire to pray effectively, he, said. arose from the common '.experi-v cnces of aspiration, for better:li - ing and human insufficiency. ,Christ's teaching on prayer: was based on the fact that' God "is always well-meaning towards men. His constant aim is man's best good. Because God is not only.but always truth and good ness, men must learn -to forgive before .they can pray effectively, and must seek God's way of liv ing in all. things. Since Christian -prayer is not an attemp.t to bend God's will to ours, but a seeking to bring our lives into line with His will, our praying must always be based on intelligent understanding"'of that wil...
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN A very impressive service was held last Sunday morning, when a special Confirmation -Service was conducted by Rev.' L'.- M. Humphery for'eight young ladies of Toorak College. The candidates took their first Communion service after their reception into :the fellowship of the church. The minister then ad dressed the congregation on the central experience of young con verts. P.F.A. Last Wednesday, the- present members entertained -old mem bers of previous P.F.A's. and the Order of the Burning Bush. Com petitions, musical items and dances, vith .reminiscences and supper . made :a very enjoyable evening.
PRESBYTERIAN AMATEUR HOUR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
It is inte?ided( to ..old two Ama terur Hdours ?his year, similar to those of last, year. The dates are Friday, Sept. 30,: and October 21. The sessions .:will comprise Juvenile, . Instiiitrmental, Adult Vocal; and -Adult Popular. WMr. Dobitg Brown has consented to' be coinpere, and. to receive en tries:' :Itis: hoped by this means to brinig out :somee of the latent talefnt-o th'e, district.
METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
,: :-. METHOi)IST The Rev.: WalteriiAlbiston (Chief Secretary .of the Victorian Protes tant ''Federation) " \i]l 1he the u:teaker at the'' Franlcston Me.ho 'dist Men's: Society ' monthly tea meeting next Sunday afternoon at I.45; Mein are invited to be pre sent at the tea and to hear Mhr. Albiston, who is% a well-informed spealker. Mr. .Alhiston will also )e the preacher at the evening ser "ice. The Pear4cedale, Suttlday School Anniversary will be held next Sunday at 2.45 p.m. The scho lars, under thel direction of Mr. Lamont, the organist, will sing Anniversary hynins. The preacher will be Rev. J. T. Freeman, who Sstlablished ':the Sunday School 12 months ago. At the close of the dervice the prizes alid rewards will )e distributed. A large gathering s anticipated.
FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
FRANKSTON PLAZA. COMING "HITS" "The White Unicorn," star fe ture this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, features the most viq lent fight between women eve" filmed. This is no ordinary face scratching, hair-pulling episode. The girls (Joan Greenwood arin SJoan Reos) fling each other to the ground, and in general battle as vigorously as any British champion defending his title. Both participants - tiny, fair haired Joan Greenwood and tiit much-taller brunette Joan Rees-weigh under seven stonie. The scene of this fight is a R' mand Home- Dormitory, where both the girls nre inmates. Joan, playing the role of a slum "gil, is sent there after she has at tempted to commit suicide and gas her baby. The support is - Columbia's ,"Best Man Wins," based on the Mark Twain story, "The Celebrat Sed Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." Featured roles are play ed by Edgar Buchanan, Anrna Lee, Robert Shayne and Gary Gray. Repeated requests upon the part of their respective fans have joined Clark Gable and...
POLICE PIONEER DIES WAS ONCE AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
P01LICE PIONEER DIES WAS ONCE AT FRANKSTON Mr. Robert Gray, former. noted sergeant of police, who died last week, aged 9'3. was a popular police officer in charge at Frank ston during the years pirior to the first World War. -.lTe anametof the late Sergeant Orny is Inseparabnly linked with the Kelly Gafg ldays, as he joined the force when the hunt for the bushrangers was on in real earn est. He was then stationed at Mansfield. In later years, prior to his re tirement, he was sergeant-in charge at Echuca. SSergeant Gray is remembered by Frankston residents as a very fine rifle shot.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
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1st FRANKSTON RANGER COY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
I 1st FRANKSTON RANGER.COY. The .1st Frankston Ranger Company spent another day in the country on August 21.. Leav ing the hall. at 9.30, they cycled to Somerville to the orchard of Mr. George Monk. As the*coth pany had learnt something about the growth of, and attention to, fruit trees from Mr. Jouning, Mr. Monk concentrated on pruning, and. had specially left a tree for that purpose. After giving a demonstration, and exolaining the reason for each cut, he handed the secateurs over, and the Rangers completed' the tree. each girl pruning one limb. Many snaushots were tak en to prove this to doubting par ents. Ranger Diana Holt thanked Mr. Monk-on behalf of the Cornpaiy for his friendly and useful co operation with the Rangers in this part of their test work. All then adjourned to a,shel tered place in a riearby .pacfdoc,k, where dinner was cooked. This time a fryine-pan and grid-iron appeared (evidently .the girls we)re a little tired of searching in the fire for their chops and sau...
CORRESPONDENCE UNIMPROVED RATING (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
CORRESPONDENCE UNIMPROVED. RATING (To the Editor) Sir, - The .secretary of the' F. and H.R.R.:League has avoid-' ed answering? vital ;qutestions -oni the U.L.V. 'Rating, as he ?did in his "private .correspondence. Unimproved Land Value Rat ing -7would ;be very hard on s~nall' land owners, and those who late buying their land ..on time-pay .ment. They .could lose their land, owing to :very high rates, -before they. were "in 'a position to'- build a home on it, and 'many,of them would not be. eligible to vote, at the .poll- on :27th August ,to :de= cide their .own fate. It is stated that U.L.V.. Rating has' been adopted in the Shires of New South Wales and ,Queens land., It 'has.not had a stimulat ing effect,, ai farming is .declin ing, and should be encouraged. At 'present, .Frankston is .. noted for ,its lovely gardens, 'but under ,U.L.V: Rating. these gar'cens would' be .cut .up to reduce_ rates. 'Frannkston would lose one. of its great -attractions when ,homes were built on : "ock...
SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 41 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
SSAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 41 ACROM . Ape - 6. Greilt work 11. Iart .of a : plane " S.12. Revoke 14?. M .ain 16. Tint : 17. Stair post Ill Dry - 20." Siequience 121. I)aih" :.23. llammer ' :25. Solitary 2.; ; 6. Cqimndum ' 27i, Chemical. . ompuond $r- J Resinoup substance .$1. Fluid 3'i:'.onvenir 37" . Spu ? en ai Articulate 42. Remniant A-4. 5,taberp 47. Anthem ,48..Regular and slow .49. Clus, 50. Ambassadors 51. Soapy froths DOWN 1. Refuse 2. "Refractory 3. Rested 4. Language 5. Tree 6..Bird . 7. Sweetheart 8. Afresh 9. iOKnon 10. Neipter ?3. Drink 15. Staggers j9. Rover 22. Flower 21.: Ppecn '25. Shield. 28. Wearing '9. Ftlexille ANSWER TO CROSSWORD d , No 40 30. Runper 32. Yielded 33. Hairy 34, Entertains S8. Game-bird .3. Heads 40. Whigt clay 41.. Asian 44. Orgas 46. Gom -: $ lWOM-ANEXT W£WEEK
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST "IS JESUS COMING SOON?" (Condensed from and "Evangel Series" pamphlet.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
"IS JESUS COMING SOON?" (Condensed from an "Evangel ,Series" pamphlet.) While Jesus was talking with H-is disciples on:one occasion, they asked Him :\ "Master, what shall be the'sign of Thy coming, and of the end of the world?" Jesus welcomed the question, and in an swer. to it set 'before them an out !lne of the. Christian era, conclud ing with definite signs of HIts re turn. (Mhtthew 24). John, in the Revelation, makes 'eference to these signs also: "'And, lo, there was a great earth .guake;' and the sun became b)lack , and .the moon became as 'lood; and the. stars .. ; fell unto the earth." (Revelation 6:12-13). 'Without doubt, the earthquake •eferred to in Revelation 6:12 was '.hht centred at Lisbon- on Novem bei' 1, 1755, and which agitated the greater part of the earth's sur face. Some years later, on May 19, 1780, there occurred al inex nlicable darkening of. the sun. A 'eliable witness described the ap learance of the moon that night as ""a' ball of blood." In 1833 'here was...
OBITUARY MR. ALFRED J. WATT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
OBITUARY MR. ALFRED J. WATT Mr. Alfred James Watt died oni August 19 at his residence. George' Street; Frankston, at the age of 87. Mr. Watt was an old resident of Pearcedale, where he was en gaged in farming. Some years ago he disposed of his property and came to live in .Frankston. His. wife, two daughters, and one son survive him. One daughter and one son predeceased him. The funeral took place on Mon day, August 22 to the Frankston Cemetery, where there was a large attendance of relatives and friends. Rev. J. T. Freeman read the burial service. Messrs Hector Gamble and Son conducted the funeral arrange ments.
MENZIES HOME FOR BOYS MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
MENZIES. HOME FOR BOYS MONTHLY MEETING. The' monthly '"meeting of the Menzies.Hoine for Boys was held at the Willard Hall: on Thursday eveniiing, ald was well attended. Arrangements. were made to pur c?hase curtains fdr all windows at the 'Home. It was. arranged alsqo that:swings and slides be install= ed in the playing ground. A picture • night: is to be con ducted I at-.,the ;Home, once a month, for. the boys.. Gala Dance. The next: dance ..will be held at 'the Soldiers' Hall next Wedr .iesday, ..August :31, and will be run..' in. conjunction :.with the •fr ankston .Community Hospital Younger Set. Proceeds :will be shared, betveeni the Home and th'e: "Miss Australia' Quest. "The first of the six heats of the Char maine:. Waltz -will be conducted and' other novelties will be fea tured.. - A" good ,supper will , be provided,'. and :.the*Morris . five piece, Players .will supply? y .the dance, musi:
PROGRESSIVE MOVE CO-OPERATIVE EGG FLOOR FOR FRANKSTON DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
PROGRESSIVE MOVE. &nbsp; CO-OPERATIVE EGG FLOOR &nbsp; FOR FRANKSTON DISTRICT The Peninsula Co-operative So- ciety Ltd., Langwarrin, having become authorised agents of the Egg Board, subsequent to weeks of negotiations,, has taken steps to endeavour to.arrange the work of the Frankston Floor. With a view to first consulting egg pro- ducers to ascertain their views on. the matter, a meeting was held on Friday, 12th August, at the. Mechanics' Institute, Franks- ton. This attracted a very repre- sntative attendance, and the meeting was chaired by Mr. A. Harvey (chairman of the Penin- sula Co-operative Society), who welcomed delegates from Tyabb, Carrum Downs, and other cen- -tres. A brief review .of the negotia- tions during the past few weeks was given by Mr. Harvey, who explained the necessity for the formation of an Egg Grading Floor. A letter from the sectr- tary of the Central Egg Board, granting licence to the Society to act as authorised agents for egg floor oper...
EDITORIAL PAGE The Standard FEATURE COMMENTS Radio Service. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
EDITORIAL PAGE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thursday, August 25, 1949 &nbsp; The unfortunate epidemic at St. Arnaud once again has drawn attention to the shocking neglect of our legisla- tors in regard to the pasteurisation of milk. Six years ago, Cheltenham was ravaged by the scourge of typhoid. Many died, many had their constitutions permanently impaired. What has been done since? Moorabbin Coun- cil, and Cr. Alex. Caldwell, in particular, has striven without ceasing for the Government to implement its legislation in regard to the matter. The warning issued by Dr. Ferguson, of the Health De- partment,. should not fall on deaf ears. It should, too, awaken our State Parliament to its duty. Whilst Parlia- mentarians and Municipal Councillors continue to play the popular Australian game "passing the buck," the commu- nity remains unprotected against virulent disease. The present position is disgraceful. &nbsp;
Hospital Younger Set's Worthy Appeal Frankston Public Should Support "Miss Australia" Candidate [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
Hospital Younger Set's Worthy Appeal -Frankston Public Should Support "'Miss Australia" Candidate 'The Frhankston Conununity Hospital Youngelr Set is work T Cing strenuously and generously for the benefit of that needy and worthy- institution the local hospital, but they are deserv ing of nmuch greater public support than has been accorded themn upi to, the present. The Younger. Set is sponsoring a local "'Miss Austrilia" candidate, Miss June Osterlund, for whom they havo .bee'n set to raise a quota of £.50 the achieving of rwhich will piroe of extensive financial benefit to the hospital, as iwell as ensuring for Fraukstonl worthy representation in ithis world-interest contest. This enterprising and charitable body of young people were bitterly disappointed. on @Saturday night, when they- 'wire enterprising enough to stage, at the Mechanics' Hall, a wonderful ?audeville show by outstanding Tivoll artists. It was one of the finest shows. Frank ston. has ,even seen or heard, yet only ...