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CONCERT F[?] SCHLEEBS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
CONCERT SCHLEEBS Mornington P will tender r., Schleebs a Coop cert at the Plaza ington, on ?0lnde. tember 12, in ra splendid senir~ charity on the P Mrs. Schleeh rh the loss of a la operation aftar a For many we d pital, but is ra gradual impro_ home in Osbohe One of the ted? of music on the Schleebs has good causes, ad whole-hearted d of. many people to splendid serviad
ANNUAL APPEAL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
ANNUAL APPEAL CO?MUL\TL, IIHOSPITAL - The Committee of Management of the Frankston Community Hos pital .acknowledges with thanks receipt of the underinentioned further donations to the Hospital's Annuitl Appeal:- Mr.. and Mrs. C. H. ' La.wrey . .. .. , £2,; 0 Mr..and Mrs. P. Tophamn 2 2 0 Mr. A. Pavlou. .......- 1 0 Mr..J. A. Glouiry .. . . 1 0 Mr.' V. Oates .... .. 1 0 0 Mrs. I: Gormly . 0. 3 0 Dr. J.3 Akeroyd 1 0 Mr. C. JLe Roy .. .. . 1 0 Mr. C. Fairbairn .... 10 0 I0 Mr. and Mrs. P. Hoskilg 3 3 0 Mr. J. W. Moore. . 1 1 0 Miss J..Gormly 2 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. A. Mon tana .. . . .. 2 2 0 Mr., and Mrs. E, W. Taylor .. .'.., . 1 0 Mr. W. J. McLean .. 2 2 0 Mi. C. Proctor .. .. 3 3 0 Mr. P. J. Bevis . . 2. 2 0 0 Mrs.; G. L. Wlson . .. 1 0 0 Mrs. I. M. Cox . . 2 2 0 Mrs. 'B. Laby ,.. 1 1 0 Mr. :and Mrs. G. J. Wicks 10 6 Mr: W. Cain . . 3: 0 Mr.i F. FC. Bishop:. . 1 1 0 Mr: R. W. Sanders . 2. 2 0 Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Smith . . 2 2 0 Central Tlmber Co ... 5 5 Mr. P. 'Wheeler . . 1 1 0 C: W.-A...
HORSNELL—KNIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
.HORSNELL KNIGHT The marriage took place at the Methodist Church, Frankston, on Friday, August 19, of Miss Melva Durotny Knight and Mr. Kenneth Horsnell. Rev. J.'T. Freeman offi ciated. SThe bride is the daughterobf Mrs. Knight, of 16 Stanley Street, Dandenong, and the bridegrooin the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hors .nell,, of Raymond Avenue,' 1'rankston. The bride was attended by her sister Irene, as bricesmiaid, and" was given away by her uncle, MMr.-Eletcher, of Dandenong. The :brother of the bridegroom, Mr. Hlaroldi Horsnell, was best man. 'The bride looked very attrac live in her gown of white satin, with all-over lace; a coronet of I orange blossom held the veil in place, and a bouquet of white ( -riowers was carriec. The brides maid wore a frock of pale blue sain wlth all-over lace, and car ried a bouquet of flowers. SThe bride's mother wore a light , brown suit with hat to match ana a shoulder spray. The mother of s the bridcgrouom chose a spotted satin frock, and a fur cape wit...
FRANKSTON EX-SERVICE LEGION DEBUTANTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
- FRANKSTON EX-SERVICE LEGION DEBUTANTES I~ack row. (1. to r.): IHazel .Jones, "l'Margaret Johnston, Diana Davis, jila li rew, M1arg:'eLt McGilmuisklen, (:weinelda Molg'ln, lerverley Hond, Pott. Tongue. " Second row; (1. to r.): Janet SinV.wyer, Eileen Leslie, Miss NSallcy.V (lrice, Ma~'garet Fu'ttrness, Patricia Stokes, iorlotly Loa der. * Front rovw '(1. to r.): D)le Hirkness, (Glennis Sehlipallus, Jolhi n3 Angel, larbara Schliplius. : .,:.!?-:, " = Strand Studios, MU4-97S
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS New guests at the Grand. Hotel, Frankstbn, include: Mr. W. Kelly (St. Kilda); . Miss I. Stapleton' (St. Kilda); Misses L. and P. Jewson (Burwood); Masters J. and D. Pope (Caulfield)I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Groves (Elwood); Mr. N. Lane,, Mr. and Mrs. ? G Lane (Wangaratta); Miss M: Moody. (Box Hill)' '"Mrs,7 G Haynes CAsbot Vale)"-? M-? ?i 1 . " Ridley. (P.O Mess.: . "Watson"). rss,; n -;
HARTNETT WORKS FOR TWO STATES? Mr. Ryan, M.H.R., Tells Frankston Council [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
BHAR TNETT WORKS FOR TWO STATES? Fraiikston Council ::laking his annual address to Frankston Shire Council, on .Friday, Mr. Ryan, M.H.R., described as an extraordinarily bad S-''".thing the absorbing of country populations in the big cities, and the fact that 1947 figures showed 60 per cent. of the total population of .Victoria to be settled in the City 'of Melbourne, and suburbs. Above all, said Mr. Ryan, decentralisation of in dustrie .was wanted. Industries should be pushed out into ^ healthy country areas, and also help the, local economy of *those areas. '. SA . . .·.f'~..?- . . t large :industris beingreat vaue of 'laige industries being estab lish'ed inr.the 'Frankston district, Mr. Ryan :said hie: had been in touch with '-Mr 'Hartnett, only three days\ ago ~ind could say that the proposal' ifor a Hartnett ihdustry at ,Seaford was by no means "dead.' '-: VWorks at .Brisbane, and Seaford. :. IIr:. Ryan said' the Hartneti plan had now been altered from the. original idea, where...
SURPRISE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
SURPRISE PARTY Twenty frieiids met at "the home of-Mr. Clarrie Fox, Claren don Street; Frankston, on Satur day. night "to- give him a surprise party in honor of his 41st: birth day. The attractive birthday cake had 41 candlesi, which the guest of honor. blew "out in one ?puff. A tasty supper was partaker, of, and an impromptu programme of songs and; dances .was en joyed. ' -' :
UNIMPROVED RATING ADOPTED NEW SYSTEM FOR FRANKSTON FROM OCTOBER 1 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
UNTIMPIIROVEDI RATING ADOPTED. NEW1' SYSTEM FOR FRANKSTON PROM. OCTOBER 1 By more than. a 2 to 1 ma jority, .Irankston .Shire ' rate payers adopted rating on unim provedl values at the poll held Inst Saturday. The new rating system will come into force on. October 1... ... ..... Details of votin?: Yes.. 'No Inf. Seaford; . . 221 135 4 Frankston . . 1279 477 . 9 Mt. Eliza ...:691 175' . 2 Centre". . . 144 188 East . '4 :141" 136' 5' Postal- .? .41 64 1 Total . . 2517.. 175 281 .Total~. . 2517· 1175· 281
SLAPSTICK COMEDY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
Memories. of. years gone by will be revived among vatrons :at the Sehford -Theatre next Wednesday, when a new set *of Mack: Sennett Comedies'will.? be? shown, bringing to the screen again those favorites of' yesteryear,. Ben :'Turpin,. Slim Suminerville;.= Chester- Conklin, Fattvy Arbuckle .and the Keystone Cops. These films, re-lphotogl?iphed with sound effects alid comment ary. will stir up :nostalgic memo-. riep in the hearts of those who remember the originals, and will provide. grand "entertainment for the younger generation at the. matinee" this Saturday.
"PHOTO FINISH" WRONG CAMERA POLICEMAN PUT IN WRONG PHOTO [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
"PHOTO FINISH" WRONG CAM ERA POLICI?MAN PUT IN . WRONG PHOTO Senior Traffic Constable Tom Cunningham made his first "slip" in Melbourne Courts on Tuesday, when at Frankston Court he in advertently -put .in. the wrong photo as evidence against a -dou ble lines offender; "That's not my car," said the .defendant; as he examined the photo.. i'My car is an old Middle East' station 'waggon,: with. big tyres." SThe correct photo. was., then brou.ght' ,from Frank'ston police station;:and' the defendant was convicted.
The Standard ABOUT PEOPLE WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
tIIIIIIda IIIIdIIIIIIIIIu Iit I............ .. ABOUT PEU PLt WEDDING Mr. Eric Bell, of Young Street Frankston, is recovering after, his recent illness. Mrs. Olsen, of Melbourne-Road Frankston, has, imptroved "greatly inl health in recent~i eeks. Mr. Bill Pratt, of. Melbourne Rd., Frankston, .is :holidaying at Hepburn Sprligs...' ' Sister Anderson, Sister-in charge of Frankston Shire Baby Health Centres,. left on Saturday to spend -her annualbholidays-with her sister in thle Riverina, near Moulainein, N. SV.W. Dr. and Mrs. 0,'Brien, of Mt. Eliza, have just i'eturned froni a holiday slent in ' North Queens land. Mr. Bert Preusker, of High St., bhgan his annual holidays on Mon day norning. ; Mr. and lrs. Ia n. Evns. 'and. their two children, who.have been on a tour of th'eUiited Kingdom, America and "Germaniy, with Mr. and'Mrs. .Eric; Hall, will arrive back in Frankston on September 15. Mrs. Evans is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hall. Mrs. A. L. Rogerson, of'Davey St.,. is holidaying a...
MUNITY FORESTS FOR FRANKSTON SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
IIJO RESTS FOR FRANKSTON SHIRE )c, MV.L,G.Addresses Council Sinvitation of the Council, Mr. Isaac; M.L.C., resting talk to councillors at Fridya's meet Ihire, when he dealt. with proposed corm Ing in this Shire, coupled with the Fores "Save the Forests" Campaign. __' _ " eresting fea alk was the -wood trees ow variety, amp areas, t valuable pulpwood, in great de *stralia; also he idea of while com straliai, was d in Europe, ears old in e had been :i when the reversed, by ing the sup r than dim Essential. the Forestry of the keen pporting the ampaign, but ot be saved ation of the ation of the public, the operate its g through ise open to th the help of plus abouit uch as the bodies, the ve is the pre rests and re community Park, said e a great sula, includ is park had erve all the te. The com a look-out at a kiosk, with full-sized ned for the will be sur- 1 tal trees and I bush will ; ground, with 5 the steep 1 down the tural beauty etained. spects. here are any areas unim kston Shir...
for Big Industries [?]ent Asked to Acquire 100 Acres [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
ifor Big Industries 0t Asked to Acquire 100 Acres rd Riding cuncillors to urge the State ig ndustcres of land at Seaford, to be industriee, wa strongly supported at Fri Council mseetii'5trngl. s brought the three appli vn Scotlalnd htly for land Klauer sup. , and stated any acres of land near Melbourne .-nowy;av able for: big industries.i ;:?,-Y, - The land. -is. adjacent '.to -the: Proposea:Hartnett site: ,Mr: ?Ryanl M.R.R told the Council the':.re-: vised Hartnett :propOsal-! , would now require'. approximately : 30 acres Seaford,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
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