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CLAIMS PLANNERS STRANGLING TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

STRANGLING TRA DE Interference by town and country plan ners was causing the slow strangulation of industry, Aid. W. R. Musto, said at Parra matta Council meeting. Aid. IiMusto said that in areas where industr.ies had been es tablished plann'?rs began a series of delaying tactics design ed to block further expansion. Permission for industrialists to open up undevelope. ai t.s was \uncompromisingly refuced. Council was discu::.iag an ap plication from IHud.on aad Sons Pty. Ltd. to establish a timber. yard on land in Victoria Road, Ryaa!n.'re. The Company sta'ed appr-aches to the ad::iistrativc adi ameni ties block facemI V'coria Road would be laid with lawns and gardens. It said that to cut noise to a minimum the timber mill and pre-fabricated homes section wbuld be erected at le~st 400ft. fi cm Victoria Road. The Company added: "We will install the latest machinery and .lower system to eliminate dust and other matter." Ald. W. Kendall said he op posed the application because the are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

iheatt Real hair cutting, not just a cautious snip' here and there, for though many a woman can curl.her own hair, rare is she who will attack her own hair with a pair ofqcissors. So why not call on Sidney J. Bassett, of the DORIEN BEAUTY SALON who, being an expert, will be pleased to advise and assist you. CALL OR RING FOR AN APPOINTMENT ..~~ ~ c . a-moa,,,, ASTRA BUILDING 69 Macquarie St.,. Parramatta. Phone UW 9722 BRUNTON'S FLOUR PLAIN AND SELF-RAISING ASK F0R IT! Classified Adverts. Bring Results oAUSTIN HEAVY DUTY TRUCKS - 2 & 5 TONMERS .TRUKSS 3forman-shze -. \( ' AUSTIN TRUCKS are built for the -tough jobs Come and see for yourself how Austin ,engineers have built these rutgged 2 and 5 ton trucks .. .. providitig everywhere the extra strength' and extra care in design to -meet the requirements of Australia's hardest haulage. f jobs. . Check these features' that ensure long and profitable .?.service:--6-cylinder,. OH.V., 3,992 c.c. motor .. . R.A.C. •rating, 28;8 h.p....

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New Butcher's Shop For Guildford [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

SNew Butcher's Shop For :GUildford Holroyd, -ouncil has approved. an ;application for. a` retail,,but cher's shop and dwelling' in ,r. ringto iRoad, Guildford., ".i': The building will be of brick with "interior tiled wall, tiled r6of and concrete floor. The Inspector,i'V1r. V. R Mack lin, 'told Council. the, shlop to be erected. . adjoining. 'the ' general store in Carrington Road, would be good planning and. would 'serve a large number of local residents. .

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Housing "Problem" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Housing "Problem" A man. who has rexused to comply with cor.ditions atLached to a building. approval in k'air field Road, has asked .Hoiroyd 0ouncil to. cancel the approv.a and refund application fees. He is Mr. E. Howard, of Pa vesi Street, Guildford. The Inspector, Mr. V. R. Mack .in, told Council that about three months ago Howard had aswieu uim to inspect a building in 'airfield Road. The structure was a long skil .ion building roofed with iron mnd sheathed externally with corrugated iron, and was sub 'tandard for residential pur poses. -1 suggested Mr. Howard make application to Council for per mission to occupy," Mr. Macklin said. "This he did not do and an eklctrical agreement card only was forwarded which was held until Council considered the case. "A further inspectionr made by me revealed that the structure was occupied ty tenintr." Mr. Macklin said he. was approached by Howard and ask ed why the light had not been connected. Howard was told he had not male the application...

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Many Applications For Taxi Plates [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Many Applications For Taxi Plates Although it favoured grantij of an additional licence for taxi to operate on the weste side of Guildford station co cil could not. recommend ind vidual applications, the May0 Ald. W. Campbell, said at '01 royd Council meeting. He was "commenting on a quest from G. Morgan of j vern Avenue, Merrylands, th council support his applicati0 for a licence. The Mayor added that of applications received 25 ve from ex-servicemen.

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PENSIONERS GAIN NEW MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

PENSIONERS GAIN NEW MEMBERS Two new. members were wei corned by' .Guildford Aged Pen sioners' Association at a socia afternoon held recently in th School of Arts. New members- welcomed b Mr. Clear, were Messrs. H. Hal and R. Beoth. During the afternoon musica items were presented by Mr. H Gough, and songs by Messrs Cheeseman and Jennings. Prizewinners were: Cake (Mrs Roser), Mrs. Laydon; iced spong (Mrs. Laydon) Mrs Walker; meat (Harrods), Mr. H. Gough; luck door, Mrs. Hall.

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Ex-Students Honour P.H.S. Teachers [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

Ex-Students Honour P.H.S. Teachers At a social evening held re cently by the Parramatta Hii School P. and C. Association, th Ex-students' Union- presente Miss E. Mackaness and Miss ] M. Macauley with menientoes o their long service at the school Miss Mackaness and Miss Mac aulay joined the teaching sta of P.H.S. 25 years ago. After Mr. F. Duncan, presider of the P. and C. Association ha spoken of the influence of .th two ladies from a parents' view? point, Mr. K. McGregor, presi dent of the Ex-students' Union presented each teacher with bouquet.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus, The
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A.L.P. Discusses Diseased Poultry [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

A.L.P. Discusses Diseased Poultry Merrylands branch of the A.L.P. at its annual meeting discussed allegations of dis eased poultry sold in . some instances as "prime dressed poultry." The branch called for action by the Government to prevent what constituted a threat to the health of the community and a "wholesale fraud" on the part of unscrupulous dealers. The branch decided the mat ter could best be dealt with by inspection and killing at a cen tral abattoir. The following officers were Selected for the year: President, -Mr. A. McLaurin; secretary, Mr. A. W. Vippond; vice-president, Messrs. F. Tripp and P. Bald ing; minutes secretary, Mr. T. Gregson. As a result'of motion deplor ing excessive speed of heavy trucks on Merrylands Road, in early mornings, causing a men ace to the safety of road-users and pedestrians and destroying road surfaces, it was decided that a letter be forwarded to. the Superintendent of Traffic to re quest adequate policing. Mr. C. A, Morgan, newly elected M...

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CREATIONS OF FAMOUS MAKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

CREATIO.S .OF FAMOUS MAKERS Mr. Lloyd Olzen, Advertising Director of Muriay Bros., .who compered the show, then re sumed the mAnequin parade it self, and judging by the applause that- greeted every appearance of the girls, Parramatta is. a par ticularly fashion-conscious dis trict. Among the many interesting clothes wvorn by the models, were a frock and suit which were the highlights of the recent Fashion Fair, held -in Mellbourne by the , Australian Guild of Fashion De signers. These two garments ara featured 'on a newsreel short ,taken at the Fair and were Cieated by Fashion Modes. .Many pirominent manufacturers ::.were represented during the Parade. The exclusive lingerie .,ias by Nanrae, and the four piece bridal set, which inspired many admiring "Ahs!" fromi fiie audience,- was a creation of Griffinette. Hart Style House C-owns, Paci fic Supertex Chenille . Gowns, and "Worth" Corduroy velvet Gowns, showed the latest trends in t h e i r particular fields. Frocks were by Van Roth...

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PARRAMATTA SEES THE LATEST FASHION TRENDS MURRAY BROS. STAGE TASTEFUL AUTUMN PARADE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

LAT ST A.. H. I N. R., E' AN IN R~v ""'A L_ ANtt ~ mmT MI.. ..P lm D9; Parramatta Town Hall, scene of many historic events, was given over to glamour when 1urray Bros., Parramatta's le ad i n g fashion house, staged "Autumn's Lady" Mannequin Parade. A Burgundy-carpeted dais, running out from the stage into the hall, enabled the audience 'to have a close-up of the new Autumn and Winter styles, and.an appropriate commentary described the vari ous features and detailed the prices. The display, which was enthu siastically viewed by over 500 people, was in aid of tihe Parra imatta Police and CitL eis' boys' Club. LOVELY GRLS.,, LOVELY' FASHION Some of Sydney's best-known and most beautiful mannequins took part in the display, and thdir obvious enjoyment' in wear ing the clothes added to the ap preciation . of the audience. Among the lovelies who mod elled the lingerie, frocks, furs, hats and other fashions were June Mallett, Pam Clemson, Norma Geneave, Llyris Mcln tosh, Lois Stevens, and...

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How An American City Licked Its Parking Problem [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

How An American City Licked Its Parking Problem How Allentown, Pennsylyania, a city with a population of 105, 000, licked a parking, problem. that had become an acute threat to the city's retail business is told by Michael J. Saada in the April Reader's Digest. The ar ticle is condensed from The Wall Street Journal. Allentown's retailers got to gether three years ago and or ganised a corporation to buy parking space for their cus tomers. The company now owns eight parking lots which it leases tco operators, and licenses four others. Expansion plans include con crete ramps and floors above th lots, and a new 150-car garage. A motorist pays 25 cents (2/3) for a ticket good for two hours parking. His. money is refunded if he spends a dollar or more in member .stores. For each parking ticket it stamps, the member store pays S15 cents to the parking-lot oper ator and five cents to the 'corpor ation which also receives rent from the operators who lease the lots. So pleased with results is...

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WESTMEAD BRIDE CHOSE BRIDAL SATIN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

WESTMEAD BRIDE CHOSE 3RIDAL SATIN Avis Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Sterling, of Cur tin Place, Westmead chose bri dal satin, with finger-tip tulle veil, and bouquet of gardenias, carnations, tuberoses and fran gipani, for her marriage recently to Leonard Richard Bergan. Bridesmaids Pamela and Fay Sterling, the bride's sisters, and flower girl Robyn Sterling, wore gowns of green georgette over pink taffeta, and completed their ensembles with early Victorian posies. Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Ber gan, of Balgowlah, the 'groom was assisted by Messrs. D. De laney and D. Coles. The marriage was solemnized in St. Andrew's :Presbyterian Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. A. M. Stevenson. Mrs. Sterling. chose aqua crepe to receive 90 guests at a recep tion held later in the Westmead Progress Hall. She was assisted by ' the 'groom's mother, in blue crepe. The newly-weds spent their honeymoon at The Entrance, and will make their home in Manly. The bride chose; a tra~telling ensemble of powde...

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BRIDE CHOSE ALL-OVER LACE GOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

BRIDE CHOSE ALL-OVER LACE GOWN Margery Lillian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Dacker, of Boundary Street, Parramatta, chose all-over lace over ivory satin, with long train and bou quet of carnations and fran gipanni, for her marriage re cently to Donald Henry Under wood. Rev. A. M. Stevenson officia ted at the ceremony in St. An drew's Presbyterian Church, Par ramatta. During the service, baritone Alan Light sang "My Prayer." Bridesmaid Betty Jones, of Pennant Hills,. wore ice blue satin and blue lame,. and com . pleted her ensemble with a bou quet of pink carnations and tiger lilies. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen,'y Underwood, of Glen . Street, Granville, the 'groom was assist ed by his best man, Allen Under wood. Forty guests were later enter tained 'at a reception at "Hia- watha," Parramatta. For the occasion, Mrs. Dacker chose\ black and the 'groom's mother, navy. The newly-weds spent their honeymoon at Yarrangobilly Caves, and -have since set up house in Wollongong, where the 'grbom ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

P&rramatta's NEW Furniture Store TASMAN COWELL & Co. in the PREMISES FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY L L. DOBBIE & Co. Pty. Ltd. 309 Church Street, Parramatta FELTEX- - The new owners cordially invite you to call Marbled, plain and patterned, and make the acquaintance of this new Furni in a complete range of colours ture Store. We'll be proud to show you the. for immediate delivery; varied and interesting merchandise we have assembled for Parramatta's value-conscious CARPET SQUARES shoppers. No matter if you do not at present Wall-to-wall Carpet & Rugs, require anything for your home; just browse colours and patterns for: all around as you please. You'll be heartily welcome "just looking," for we want you to know our Store LINOLEUMS and its policy anyway. Wide range of Inlaid, Printed, and Felt Base, in -attractive We're happy indeed to be starting in business in colours and designs. this thriving community; so progressive and yet with a history going right back...

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JUNIOR CRICKET KELBURN v. BOND'S INDUSTRIES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

JUNIOR CRICKET KELBURN v. BOND'S INDUSTRIES Fird~ innings, Bond's Industries 88. W. Creamer 1, R. Baker 5, T. Pat rick 4, G. Cartwright 0, A. Olsen ;8, A. Keniry 24, J. pohnson 10, A. Stapely 3, S. Jessop 2, F. JacoDs 0, G. Schofield, not out 0. First innings, Kelburn, 4 for 13. W. Roots 0, A. Boxall 7, W. Cor ben 5, A. Anderson 0, A. Crilly not out 0, E. English not out 1. N. Love 3 for 31, M.' Corben 6 for 28, A. Anderson 0 for 9, E. Mayes 0 for 19. W. Creamer 3 for 6, R. Baker 1 for 6, S. Jessop 0 for 1.

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BRIDE CHOSE BALLERINA GOWN OF WHITE LACE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

BRIDE CHOSE BALLERINA GC WN OF WHITE LACE A ballerina gown of whited lace, with white picture hat and bouquet of gardenias and red roses, was chosen recently by Marion Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Cooper, of Guildford Road, Guildford, for her marriage to Bruce Adams, in St. John's Church 'of Eng land, Parramatta. Bridesmaid Gwen Coles wore powder blue lace. Son of Mr. and Mrs: F. Adams, of Granville. North, the 'groom was assisted by -his best man, Mr. J. Wyborn. Rev. L. R. Buckman officiated. Seventy guests were later en tertained at a reception at the home of the bride's parents.. The newly-weds chose Ka toomba for their honeymoon.

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WOT! NO SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

WOT! NO SALMON. "A blustery old Colonel was walking up to his favourite pool. He called out, to an angler on the opposite bank: 'Well! .What are they taking. today?'. The ..she:man looked across the river with the dreamy eyes of a salmon addict and replied: 'No, notice.' " -F. J. Barker talking on Wye Salmon in a BBC" programme.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

BROADCASTS Tuesday, 9.30 p.m.--"These 'Old Shades." Wednesday, 8.30 p.m.-"Ashley's Popular Choice." .9.30 p.m.-- Settin' and Rockin'" Thursday, 9.30 Im.-- Sweet, Sweet Music." Friday, . ?9.30 -nim:.-"In the Mood." TEXTILE MENDER FORE WOMAN Required for Permanent Staff Position in Charge of Piecegoods Mending Telephone the Manager (Mr. H. Miller) for an appointment: UW 7185; or 'apply by letter to SydneyWoollen Mills Pty. Ltd. WINDSOR: ROAD, NORTHMEAD, PARRAMATTA Baltic - Baltic LARGE STOCKS NOW AVAILABLE 4' x a T. & G. D.V. (fin. size 4 x 4), suitable for . garage doors and partitions. S6 x' T. & G. (fin. size 6 x 4) for flooring. 6½ x I T. & G. (fin. size 6 x. $) for flooring. 61 x j Rusticated Weatherboards. 7" C. & C.' Weatherboards. 4" Splayed 'Architrave. 3" Splayed Band Moulding. REGULAR SHIPMENTS. ARRIVING Also Good Stocks of CANE-ITE - GYPROCK and HARDIBOARD on hand. Cat & Goldsmith VICTORIA. ROAD, PARRAMATTA! Je .? IONE UW 9974../ 5, ...

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POLITE CHINESE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

POLITE CHINESE "I came to England almost six years ago to study Western nusic, but in my concerts I in oluded some Chinese songs.., At my first one they said I must give their meaning, but my Zhines_ upbringing 'told me it was rude for a girl to try to .each so many people, so un willingly I .stepped out and started: 'I have been told to ex-~ .plain my songs,' in case some of you don't speak Chinese.' Then I couldn't understand why they laughed." - Lian-Shin Yang, a young Chinese soprano, talking in a BBC.programme. "A car or *a wife?" asks a newspaper article. Well,' it's easier to back out of a. garage than- a marriage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 22 March 1950

I hFOR SALE SEWING machines, a White at £7/10/- and a New Century drop head for £ 15. Terms can be ar ranged. Parramatta Live Stock, 57 George St., opp. Gas Co., 1st door in lane. V9. WEBB & CO., Produce Stores, Church Street, Parramatta. Whole sale and Retail. The oldest and cheapest store in town. Orders col lected; goods delivered. Phone UW8141. IRON safes, heavy weight, size 17" x 21" x 11", only £b/5/-. Parra matta Live Stock, 57 George St., opp. Gas Co., 1st door in lane. SULKY harness,. hand chaff-cutter, Canberra inculbator. Lot 11, Ham mers Rd., Northmead. PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Leading maces, guaranteed in faultless condition, available at seasonable prices for immediate free delivery. Cash or terms. Player Seat and Rolls supplied free. We TUNE and SERVICE free for two years-therefore a safe in vestment is a reliable INSTRU Mkh!N'. from:. McFARLANDS, . Re taners of Quality Pianos, 271 Mar rlckville Rd., Marrickville. LM5268. LINO, rugs coir, runner, mohair, mats...

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