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ANNUAL APPEAL FRANKSTON PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE, FREE KINDERGARTEN (To the Citizens of Frankston.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
ANNUAL APPEJAL FRANKSTON PRE-=SCHOOL CENTRE, FREE.: KINDERGARTEN : (To the ..Citizens of Frankston.) .Duiring the ..current year, in slSite of. illne s, shortage of staff and other difficulties, :the 'Coii. inittee of thi Frankston: Pre School .Centre has niaintained the kind'ergirten and play-groiup programinme, which was. rimapped out at the last Annual Geneial Meeting, with' the excetion' of- a few .weeks,: prior to 'the May vacatioirn - when,'. ovowing"; to the refious .illness of the .Kinder garten Directress and the inci dence of. poliomelytus it::iwas, thought expedient to close .'th'e Centre. - I?d oever ;w ith the .approval of the 'Deibar6rent of Health the Committee -has been' able to' con tiflue "vith'. a staff of fwo dyoung women who have earned ! the. approbation 'of the supervisor, who -attends. regularly from E the depairtfimnt: .. While .it, is recognised . that,, tihe State:. Govermhnent peir. ,capita,. subsidy is affmlaterial heli: 't the wv'irk of. tie'' centre,; ...
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
FRANKSTON. THEATRE GROUP (By "Stargaier") Do you intend being in tlie fun on -August 25, when._.the Group's fourth bii-thday will :be celebrtafd? . As you. kno6yrtne tickets (which are li.iit d) .mayn be purhased fr6m Mr. Bill Han fofi, aid he tlls fYie that theFd'e-7 mand is so brisk, only-a few re main. The ladies': committee are al ready full of grand ideasto make this cabaret dance the best yet;, and a splendid orchestra has been engaged. It is important to remember that all. tickets must be. claimed by the 19th. After that date all outstanding tickets will be pooled and. sold. to the many who.are anxious for extras. Among the many problems that continually face the decor, artist are the furnishings when staging' a play-particularly small tables and stools that are used time and again in every production. Per haps you have such an article (in good condition or otherwise) pok ed away, that is of no further use in your home. If so, would you make it gift to the Group? By so doing ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
-t FOR FRESH MILK, a,. AFTERNOON TEAS, i IU\ HOiME MADE CAKES, SVISIT. .. * The WATTLE CAFE Um 536 BAY STREET. Frankston 37. •mua asrraann earra seralia a a" LEO COLLINS' SCHOOL of MUSIC FRANKSTON CENTRE Tuition G.ven In All .Branches of Musical Art, Including PIANOFORTE, VIOLIN, SINGING AND THEORETICAL SUBJECTS Handbook of Informationi sent on application Principal, LEO COLLINS, tLR.S.M., Lond., A.C.M.M. Member of the Council, Music lTeachers' Association; Chief Study Teacher, Melbourne Conservatorium. ArIDiESS:--" "THE STUDIO,". cilareridcodi ;Street, .. (facing Dell Road)', FRANKSTON " Address Correspondence to BOX 101, P.O.,. FRANKSTON. Tbh Secretary will answer tdlephoine enquiries at the following hours only: Fridhys; 1 p.m. to'6"p'..p --Saturdayns, 9 am. to:S p.m. 'P'HONE: JA 4586 SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 38 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 - 28 29 30 FOR BETER 31 32 33 34 s BUYING 1ATER o.oe* ooooo 35 37 38 39 0 a 42 43 4 45 6 . 7 4 49 - ACROSS 48. ransport ANSWER TO CROSSWORDi 1. Condi...
WORKING BEE Help in Campbell Street. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
' V' W ORKIN' -ABEE : Help in Campbell Street. A'4 workinig b'ee ,was organised by l~r.: irank Lee, who was 'ssisted -by l6Messrs;' :Ould, James, aad Brown, in'1-connection with ;Calipb]l; . Street drainage. The .r.ies w. were supplied by the: ouicil, at cost price. "The .th eet is imore thoroughly duaine.dind . is a boon to several T-esidentI .?t.ks- . as,. far. afleld. as Ashiigh Avenue :In aditi'tlso f"the.Iiembers of' toB ioking-bee: spr ea^a and sur a calaboirt 40- :yavrsof crufshied, ck, :us' brgingig Camnpbell Steet: into: line with first class private *streets'." ; .*"A ' - :Ajpirefiation- .aid -thanks .are .dueto these wortiy men.i .
INDOOR BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
.N9o0R BOWLS T'ihe position of teams in the rcminiership ladder are as under: P. W. Pts. It. Eliza . .... 18 17 68 M\inois':. . . 18 15 60 .iggers A .. 18 14 56 itchliies.. .. 13 11 44 Sports'B. .18 10 40 Sports A .. .... 18 9 36 N'o IDopers .:... 18 f 32 Yacht Club .:.. 18 7 28 I.U.IO:O.F. .. . 18 7 28 Ramblers . 18 7 28 Xwxiliary .18 7 28 .S:M'.MC:.' 1 .. . . 18 6 24 'region-. . ... . . . 18 4 16 Diggers' A. is the only team to date to defeat Mt Eliza. The rio' TQuinan ent play last Fri iaY was wQn f by Miss Fitzsim p:onds; R." Downie and N, Taylor rom the runners-up, Pat- Clark, Virs. Horton and C. Causer. Con graturatlatios go to both teams. :iDuring :the. interval Councillor r'omasetti addressed the members jnd made: an appeal for support onj behalf of the Frankston School Pand. It" is felt that- his remarks did not fall, on deaf- ears and that the Association -?ill give every •.upport to such i worthy cause. ··: ?' ? . .
FRANKSTON YACHT CLUB Presentation Night [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
FRANKSTON YACHT CLUB " p esentatioin Night: ":' le anpntal Pr'esentation Night will be: beld at '"The Fernery,' next Saturday, when trophies will be presented. A shield, generously donated Sy niembers - of the Grim?wade ,'amily, and known, as the H. W. Grithwade Memorial Shield, will b e ireepted to the Club by Mr. W. Watt Leggatt, D.S.O., M.C., in behalf of Mr: John Grimwado, who is, unfortunately, out of the State on' business, The E. M. Hall aggregate trophies, J. C, O'Brien trophies, and club scrol.s and Spoons. will be donated td the various skippers. Catering will be arranged by the manage merit 0of the Fernery and the musical programme -is being at enided to by a well-known. radio crouple. Mr. R. S. Ryan, M.H.R. for Flinders,'and the Shire Pro .ident '(Cr. W. J. Klaucr) will ?e. among the guests. Billiards Tournament Upward of 30 members saw the final of the billiards tournament at the Club on Sunday night, when Brian Kohlar defeated Ralph Lane, junr. Kohlar obtained a big le...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
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TIVOLI THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
TIVOLI THEATRE , Talk of the- Town, the iv s show, which launched out this week, is a combination o the best turns from the p Thus show, plus a world-ranking act and another from a previous per formance. Thd result is a splen did night's entertainment for patrons. Ben Wrigley confirms first 'im pressions as being an up-and coming comedian. He is an. ex tremely funny fellow, and 'aoes not have to be coarse tonerite~i tain the customers. Rolley Rolls, as before, proves a top-ranking o entertainer, and certainly ,not the i least of the famous entertaining I pianists who have appeared here in the last twelve months. The Flying Elwardos, the new act red ferred to above, are an amazing troupe of acrobats who enter in to their turn with a zest reminisi cent of the enthusiasm of school boys on break-up day. The ballet is always well-dress ed, dqnces.well, and forms. a pice turesque background for a num. ber of scenas. This show. provides a good night's entertainment.
CORRESPONDENCE UNIMPROVED RATING (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
CORRESPONDENCE U.'NI'I')O?VEI) IIATINI (To the Editor) Sir,-May' I ask the favor of space: in your widely-circulating paper forithe purpose of..answer ing certain charges .laid -at' my door by. your correspondent, Mr, H. R. Hutchison". . In the first instance; lie states that, having- initiated "a corre spondence,. I wisely.: sought to clos'e saiile -by reason of the fact that- his?i rguments were .irrefut able. How'.:viln is man! ' The facts are these: Mr; Hutchison opened, a .private correspondence .with nie dealing with Unimiproved Rating, and in concluding my sec ond 'letter. I made the' following request:' "With due deference, would he consider the `correspond ence closed, as I was very busy." Anyone. who has performed secretarial duties for an organisa tion will quite understand my attitude in this matter, -knowing how impossible it is to conduct a one-man correspondence of in terminable length, which would not achieve- any useful.purpose. Now, coming' to the second charge: Th...
STAGE DOOR "EVER SINCE PARADISE." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
_ THE STANDARD, Thursday, August 4, 1949.-PAGE 5. ISTAQE D O:OR:. S By "FIRST UIQH-ITER" .2 ·t I "·-·.-·... ·-· · , .. ...., .... ... ÷. . "EVER SINCE PARADISE." On behalf of the company of six; Aztec Services Pty. Ltd.,. by arrangement with Carroll-Fuller Theatre Company Pty. Ltd., will present for the first time in Aus tralia, Tom Rothfield's produc tion of J. B. Priestley's witty and original comedy, "Ever Since Paradise," at Melbourne Princess Theatre, commencing on Wed nesday, August 10. J. B. Priestley is considered to be one- of the world's three greatest living dramatists, and "Ever Since Paradise," first pro duced in London in 1947 at the New Theatre with Ursula Jeanis and Roger Livesey, proved a scintillating modern comedy suc cess, with many surprises for the audience. Critics said: "The audience cheered itself black in the face." "It" has true and touching mo ments. Mr. Pi'iestley certainly arouses strong feeling." "Eve'r Since Paradise" will in troduce to Australian aud...
UNIMPROVED RATING (The Editor. Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
UNIMPROVED RATJNG (The Editor. Standard.) Sir, - Those correspondents who are endeavouring to con demn the system of Unimproved Rating no doubt were very for ward in also showing disap proval with the recent increased assessments -.under Net Annual Valuation, which affected one and all, some, unfortunately, much more than others. 'The increase of course fell heavily upon .house--.. property, because of. its enhanced or 'in flated',Capital Value, thus be coming the most lucrative target for- the extra revenue required and,' perhaps, the only available' source within the present meth ods. STo me it seems "illogical that a super-tax should be levied on improvement, but:': under 'Net Annual Valuation such is the case and its. application to to day's values is totally unsuitable. SIn past years; this Peninsula has been thehappiest of..hunting grounds for. the hard-boiled ab sentee. speculator; By that, I mean. the purchasing.,:of large tracts of .land. beyond the pre cincts- of built-up:...
"THE GLASS MENAGERIE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
"THE CTLASS MENAoGlF1ugF' The National Theatreon Satur- " day night was ascene of pl?any~ notable theatricals, who. canme to see "The Glass Menaaorl?'' which is having such an'out tanc ing, success overseas. The play.. by Tennesse- Wtlltams, is one._bf four':chiaracters which In the a tional. Theatre production: was well.cast.and played. Set" in- an apartment house .in St. Louis, the story ?ringer" arouI a- mother-an-. over-anxious on* for her- shy, crippled- daughters- and.:her. son, the.. mainstay of" the family. Reginald Gillanu plays: tie: son:. : He .has- a: good: voice, aand uses it well. and- gave.an.excel-. lent-performance.: . - Betty-LegoG, -- as the : dbZ"er ,inderstood the. role, . and-,,pltaye the part with the right amct obf. domineering. As the daughtper, June. Brown. was shy and"eharm- I lig. ,.Keith: Grieve-played the. p'rt of. her friend..- . -. . ,'- Pnduactioan :Was ? n. the ?capablG :hand, oY'ýPfliz~rýcar? ..I
"JOHNNY BELINDA" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
"JOHNNY BELINDA"'9ýt This film, adapted :fro[it"'tlie stage. play of Elmer Harri. I memorable for the. portra1 of the deaf mute, "Belinda,' Janie Wyman. .'It is an' outs diln performance, and one whi gaid ed the Academy Award.; Expressing amazingly-j wet through her eyes and han what cannot be put into speech by the afflicted .girl, Jane Wyman is .fa splendid actress. Her ability in such that the sordid story is ovet looked.. It is in sharp contrast with the refinement whiclh Jane Wyman .infuses- into the .part of Belinda, and her life :on. Cape Breton: Island, where cruel gossii ing is the inescapable cusfom' of a small town and community. ..:, To forget- his own'."'brrorl ari to get far'away froii the eit, tfli doctor who buries himself 'fi this village, befriefids the: girl; aid_ trains the deaf mute to speak with her -hand:s Lew"Ayresý plays the. doctor with sympathetle restraint. "Belinda's. aunt-' (Agnes Moor head); father (Charles Bickford(, and- 'a -"village lout i (Stephen ...
A.P.P.[?] CEN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
P. P,p CE, At the Peninsula held at dairy tarm, retailers the failau authorities for rises h amounting b at the.sau retailers a Milk rL are entitled creases in was pointed that cost i to 16/"-. granted for ter. They their price but hoped extra costs ter fat ed a ri:e increase ta ed for mit Many. would be butter fat, the highl with milk de:ided, to would find ed mores Letters d warded to and the A.P.P.U. In the anomaly of mand that forward 5i to the Bearod per cent One well that onea eggs, last only 21 pei able s for. forssucha that 'the (Austnrali complain) coodition is of fno real The manage Frankston i kept some reriod of as stQrage, sad deterioratoa The moid for Frank Shire seend vided op ducers. It speakers at sides of the ing would be would take If speakets the normal at Mooroodx nesday in A Membersa the "S ments, as verti'ed in meeting r
[?]G [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949
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