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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

AUCTIONS` . - GLEN IIRISS , GLEN IRI ? ' '::'WEDNESDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER ..- 3. P. ON-THE PROPERTY No? 1:644. HIGH STREET. , ONE MINUTE FROM TRAM AND TRAIN W.B. RESIDENCE. 6 LARGE ROOMS, HALL. BATHROOM, LAUNDRY, ETC; GARAGE, LAND. 60' x .160' - Lawns, Gardens and Hedges Title Certificate - Terms Cash.- Subject to 'Tenancy WM. H.' HARRISON, OPPOSITE STATION, GLEN IRIS (U2076) PHILLIPS & NICHOLSON, .MORDIALLOC (XY 1094) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, at 3 p.m. On the Property, CANADIAN BAY, ROAD, MT. .ELIZA. ..MODERN WEATHERBOARD TILED "ROOF VILLA ON APPROX. 2 ACRES LAND. .Two Bedrooms, lounge, dining alcove, kitchen, shower recess, enclosed rear verandah, porch, etc. -Elec. L. and water. H.W.S.- Vacant Possession. Handy to -beach * and bus sirvice. View over Port.Philllp Bay. One Quarter 'Deposit, Balance within Thirty Days. GEO. G. AUSTIN AUCTIONEER -- BAY STREET, FRANKSTON - . Telephone:.i.1. and 70. FORTHCOMING: .::AUCTIONS. SAT., 10th Sept., 2.30 p.m. New .Subdivision, 32 lots. E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

TIJATIONSVACANT ". }:":... RLS AND 0WOMEN TO LEARN ;ING AND .FOLDING Full Time. Plus Piece Work Bonus LIMITED WOOD ST., RICHMOND ELEPHIONE JA 4181 Orthopus -Wlasted: 11:il to CS fer;ttly to "Il. Apply 1H. Apply tnditiolling ltvices of ter, also The basis unusual. oea 153. granted I'or rk. Apply Irti ollice, lItk, mtale, ltancy st1 I excellent right klad til Coloaur tranhoturne one Frank \1imbledont ston Road, IT FED heltenhatmn lil. STS 1t. eck I1lonus. ES, shk~ton. 'IIANKSTON - GLENHUNTLY CRICKET, ASSOCIATION. Applications for appointment as UMIPIRES !o the above associition for the season 1940-50, will be received up till September 19, by Jthe ccretary. J. McKenzie,- Jack Road, Cheltenham. Foe:-15/- per- afternoon MEETINGS MOUNT ELIZA CRICKET' CLUB Notice is hereby given that the 1st Annual General Meeting of the Mt. Eliza Cricket Club will be held at Dunstan's Cafe, Mt.: l:!iz.a, on Saturday, :the, 3rd- of Sepltember, 1049,. at 8 p.in " :. Business: . ..- 1I 1. To receive the rep...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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LADIES' [?] EDITHVALE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

EDITilI 1 On 24th A vale LS. HI1 social evenii Ladies' Aucn vale Fire fi tion of the oT butantes for Ball. Les Paynes the dance nia Payne and D.1 vale llusij Pittson, Bra Florence 0ib items duringb Mr. W. Fai duties of ILC The preside JMrs. A. I. speech of wd sent, extended committee to I Farrar, for 1b at all their ti of the Banjo and Mrs. bh Mrs. G. Pitt Mr. W. iliilk Mr. G.Joy ( Brigade) com mitteeonitli sented loveli the debuta' chocolates t, flower girli. received a I of the debut Supper se ing was indd . House p3r for the Mloet ber 19, are

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SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 47 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 42 1. Runsged rock 5. .Iish S9 Chihls game 1-.3. Income , 14. Matured 15. Portent S16.-. pe".dy ' ':17; French. river I:' 8. Presage: 19. -Walk-,. ' e'. " i7 li:u redistirl y - i ' 20. Specimen ! 1l.: Paspenger» S. ^A. ..Rogue' ,.27. 'Watchful : 9. 'Apart- ".' ,. 32.' Graze. fpr x ,., d sum :' 3.5. F'sisteoed S56. 'Spon 31 ';Spioed', ine "49' : Guardian :' 3" ..IBlu iaberr, -: ;.~ Is aiefninte' . . 48. \W, h 49. Clusters 50). Answers 51. Binds 52. Sprang: 53. Formierly DOWN . •1. Harvest 2. Shifting 3, Affirn 4. Milder 5. Scorched 6. pruporeel 7T . Oiccy 8 1JfeJo man 9. Tionlike 10. One I1. Mert- r 12. German river 21. Deadly Z2. Souvenir 23. Horse : ,24.: Corral. 25. Shin . 26. Exalt. ANSWEiRt '10 C1{OS SWO ll) fr.. I 30. Japanese Warlords 81. Groups often 33. Antelope 34. Parts of garment 37. UJnusual 38. Obliterate 39. Arrogate 40. Rain and fpil 41: Vehicle 42. Cereal 44, Setpof two 45, :Retainder ;$QLIjTON - NEX~T WEEK:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

on aagsa l wlil Hilll ?Ia man ??laIIMMW ' FOR FRESH MILK, * ; 1 AFTERNOON TEAS, ? ""\ HOM MADE CAKES, "_ The WATTLE CAFE ? ? Th -- ee - a S.536 BAY' STREET. Frankston 37. . *mu I m a mm a m m** E*** *** [I - 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 Information sent on application Principal, LEO COLLINS, L.R.S.M., Lond., A.C.M.M. MIember of tlhe Cojuncil, Music Teachers' Association; Chief Study Teacnoher, Melbourne Cnnsorvatorium. ADDRESS: "THE STUDIO," Clarendozn Street, (facing Dell Road), FRANKSTON Address Correspondence to BOX 101, .P.O., FRANKSTON The Secretary will answer telephone enquiries at the follon ing hours only: Fridays, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.-Saturdays. 9 am. to 8 p.m. 'PHONE: JA 4586 JENKINS' Radio Service ,590 BAY STREET, 3 DOORS PIER HOTEL. -:Phone ,Frankston 745. LLO'YD'S HAMS BACON AND SMALL GO00 CRANLEIGH are enjoyed by everys only MILK AND Gy...

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CR. A. R. HAYWOOD RETIRES RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT IN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

CR. R AYWOOD. RETIRES , RECORD OF: ACHTEVEMENfI .' IN DJSTRICT. ' Cr. Dr. A. R. Haywood, wh6 iretired -from -tfle Frankston :and Hastings Shire:Council last week has a fine record of achievement on 'the' Peninsula, and " in the Shire, Dr.- Haywood is now re siding at Camberwell. Capt. Robert Heard, Cr. Hay wood's grandfather, owned Sand stone .Island. nearly 100: years ago. He 'planted trees and sowhd. cocksfoot 'and rye grass on, the island. iLater 'he owned 100 acres south !of ,Seaford railway stati6n, -which:.he: hold. during the -First World War, With the exception of a .few years at the Melbourne Unive s-. ity, -ex-Cr. Dr. Haywood has' lived his life on the Peninstula: He .was ?,: member of the:Penin sula Development League '20 years: ago, and was Hastings.deje gate. ito .the ,iM.P.F.L. for, many years?i:He was .the- first :to :,mqve for atiBush Hospital at Hastings. A keen student of astrology and' re-afforestation, Dr.. Haywoo'4 now ;ha's o.n ,the Peninsula 600 acres, of gras...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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PETROL TAX GRANT MR. RYAN, M.H.R., OPTIMISTIC [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

PETROL TAX GRANT. MiR.' RAN, 1[.H.R., OPTIMIS Deploring .i thei.fact that most :minicipal? Councils are hard '-up for; ,money, -M1 r. Ryan, VI.H.R., told ??:ankstorl councilor's p. Aepf the *causes was :the construction. and nmaintenpnge of roads.. Mr. Ryan said the unusual traf fic, on Frankston- Shire roads-, dur- ing .the war. :had. played havoc ,with- the roads. Visiting motor. tourists were another contribut ing factor to the destruction .of .roads., The only source from which'the Councils can get money for road maintenance is from the netrol tax. 't: was now essential thait a muchi' larger percentage of petrol tix money should' be paid to the State, for the. con stru-.tion and maintenance of roads. When Cr..Webb said he did not think the State had "a hope in life". 'of .getting. the required amount of petrol tax refund from the Federal Government, - Mr. Ryan reulied "You are less opti mistic than I am. I think.'that even Mr. Chifley might still be open to persuasion." 'Answeri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

ni A 7A DIrTulTC, e BCB Move t Ouiz Shows? 0onths ago didn't .I tell you that this Control Board soon would be paying the conduct of Australian .radio on the Board to get at the ,f these quiz y must wait se has been rd. ts of Ameri ction against sessions gave d chairman unity to tell s newspapers f radio quid prize-giving ,ralia is to be Broadcasting yet," con ig, "whether :ricter control gaming laws words again, c' times more !ad them half s every com tive in Aus it from me' sanagers of? dishing up hiving pro ried. Their out to be at the Board n't read into But I can the Qlimina It of chance rom the selection of those tak .ng Fart in . quiz- shows. This ould. be an over-powering move. -It could clamp, down on. the :warding of. prizes which, are too big to be healthy. It could iri po:e a charity. tax on all quiz n-izes. It could place a blanket ban in the type of session .which en ourages listeners in the fond .ope that they (the listeners) vill get a 'refrigerator, or wireless at i...

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C.W.A. FRANKSTON[?] NEXT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

FI?LNKSTO.] SET Invitatlions tre all branches at Women's Aes.hh insula for the Frankston Bract. celebrated on s The preside?Il requests all meak the Birthday as. cess. Some lovrely displayed by N gems of the ne It was decidd birthday cake tl Tihe loss of Miss I. Stuarih is tihe Ortht gain. New membent 31esdames Dognt and Mesdamnes blunt.

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PLAZA PICTURES COMING "HITS". [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

PLAZA PICTURES COMING "HITS" A comparatively newv star is rapidly rising to take her place among the movie greats. She is diminutive, charming Wanda Hendrix, whom Paramount con siders one of the most refreshing and talented personalities on its new. star roster. . Wanda is easily the tiniest full-grown actress in Hollywood (she stands just over 5ft., and weighs unaer 90 lbs.). In Parainount's comedy, "Miss Tatlock's Millions," to be present ed this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the iPlaza .''heatre, the hilarious film co-stars her with John IZund, Barry Fitzger aid and Monty , Woolley. Highland Dale, the magnificent equine actor who played the title roles • in "Black 'eauty" and "Black -Gold," appears in another 'top assignment, Columbia's • ?lack Eagle, The Story Of a Horse." This good supporting film Is based on an O. Henry tale. Richard' Whorf, one of Holly wood's - most-in-demand among the screen's young directors, held the reins on. M-G.M's. lavish 1'echnicolor :musical, "Lu...

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AN EX-SERVICE REUNION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

-AN EX-SERVICE REUNION The Melbourne W.A.A.F. Branch of the Air Force Associa tion: intends holding a reunion of R.A.A.F. and W.A.A.A.F. per sonnel who served at Ascot Vale during the war. The reunion is to take the form of a dance to be held in the Club Rooms, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, on Friday, September , .and a special invitation is ex; tended. to all those who have ever served at the .ShowgroundS: A good orchestra-and M.C..hlavb been : engaged .for the' :eveninm and ,a- tasty: supper, has bed planned.... ..... .... :: .-. . .The • ubscriptionf'.is :?fYt,0 t -

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"CARPENTER CYCLE" MAYOR AND PRESIDENT IN ADJOINING COUNCILS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

"CARPENTER CYCLE' MAYOR AND PRESIDENT IN ADJOINING COUNCILS Proof that life runs. in cycles, and. is foretold by.the stars, seems to be forthcoming from neighi; boring municipal circles-- at Frankston and Chelsea, syhere two members of the "Carpenter Clan" are tipped confidently'. by persons who should be in a posi tion to know, to be Mayor-elect and Shire president-elect of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings and the City of Chelsea, respec tively. Cr. Carpenter (Frankston Shire) represents the East Riding. from Hastings, while Cr. Carpen ter (Chelsea City) represents the Centre Ward from Chelsea.:""'' .. . . ..

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[?]YS. [?]und, Brighton [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

YS. nd, Brighton mt. Parkdale. lbrecht, Chel m, Frankston. MacDonald, ty, Mentone. Non, Mentone.

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NEW MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

NEW ,MEMBERS. -Moira Fitzpatrick, Franliston. Beverley Harper, -Seaford: Leo Blake, Mentone. Eileen Blake, Mentone. Adrian : Warren, Parkdale. SToin Wood, Frankston. Roger Baird, Mordialloc. -' Lorna Moller, Mentone.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

'DOZEN. 3D C L C 6D 2A aD . A 9D SI|S$ FlatUme SIE 1(fE - SYDNEY ve 13 letters is the initial letter of some er in a bake house or a pastrycook's k]it can pick them all. For .instance-. in 4 can easily see that the S' stands for ! ·.7 " u 1 1 m 1 i,,,n lil mlyy l mla n gul mil te lla mittlliu lill niMlf llul Nlm a HILDREN'S CLUB Join the "News" Children's Club.i ........ .............................. . ...... . . i i .... -. - . Sof Birth.............. o r t h .. . . . .... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . ... . . . . ...................... ..... ............. o l O"Ruth," '.News:' Office. Cheltenham, . SS- O CLEAN 'ers and Dry Cleane r PTON STREET, HAMPTON DRINGHAM.. Phone.: 1W 49. MIOTOR HOE 1. CULTIVATES BETWEEN 10" ROWS 2. FITTED WITH. TINES AND CULTIVATORS 3. MECHANISES YOUR HAND MOWER £98/10/0 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: ROTARY HOE ROTARY SCYTHE - HILLERS," ETC. PLOUGI-I For Particulars, contact: Dysons Peninsula Mofors . YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON ' Telephone: F'sto...

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[?]HAT COMES [?]" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

IAT COMES er; 4, Thun ; 7, Frog. our; 2, Tele Boed.

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MARATHON WALK MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON ON SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

MARATHON WALK SllI0lloui.':r TO IltAN~~'STON ON ,SATUI.RDAY One of. the strongest fields for many years will' be competiig -in the annual 25j, miles Melbourne to Frankston VWalking Handicap, to be held' thlis Saturday, Sept. 3. The race will start fromn the cor nor of St. Kilda. Rd. and Alexan dra Ave:; thelimlit men leaving at noon, with the scratch man. .;V. Skujins-Grundy, being sent away at 1 p.m. .Tlhe event will follow St. Kilda Rd., High St.' (St. Kilda), Brigliton Rd., and Point Nepean Rd., and will conclude with onfe lapron the Frankston football ground, where the winnei; is expected ,to arrive at abrout 4" 45 p.m. Ilecotd Tihte Likely Skujinis Giriindy,' on his recent efforts a-over 15 :and 20 miles, Is expectedto take the time honors, and hass every ichance of lowering the post-warirecord of 3 Ihours 583 minutes -541 seconds, established by A. Theobaldi who secured the, time honours in last year's event. Other. notable entrants in the'field aie A. Theobald;, last year's r...

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The Standard children's club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

childre s i ·club The prize for the answer to" the .competition, "In Dream dd to Rose Pelnisi, of Mordiall.c. -Iam sending ou "The Fifth hope 3o0 enjoy reading it. Faiher's Day on 4th September. - " ; RUTH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

l,??-.W-E3'--?' mi?? ma ?. ..m--..-- 1 U -? ALL PROGRAMMES SHOWN SIMULTANEOUSLY AT BOTH THEATRES THURSDAY (TONIGHT), FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2, 3. ? . sU 'I U lana ene June Van Anela TURNER KELLY ALLYSON HEFLIN LANSBURY : Lady d$Wnt... D'iAr gaan Con-atace A fhas Qu`'o$^ s A FRANK MORGAN VINCENT PRICE- KEENAN WYNN JOHN' SUTTON GIG YOUNG re,:ted by GEORGE SIDEY Poce bPANDRO S. BERMAN METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER Picture SUITABLE FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION - -ALSO - - a TURNPECIALLY SELECTED SHORT FEATURES Ladext Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Sep. 5, -6, 7. - IT WILL GIVE YOUR HEART A NEW LEASE ON LIFE! Not • Suitable ar Childre-n. JOHN EMERY -TAAR GEVA in a THFRANK MOANINCENT PRICEKEENAN GA Y I NTRUDERS IG YOUN (SuMETRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PicturO OMIN THURS.UITABLE FOR GENERAL EXHIBISEPTIO. 8, 10 ,- o the .a. Se h i-- , .... o No t Suitoble or Children. JOHN EBUERYAN TA ANNA GEV in . THE GAY INTRUDERS (Sultable for Adults Only.). COMING" THURS., FRI., SAT., SEPT., 8, 9, 10i "i Not )-table for Chd...

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FOOTBALL FARCE SORRENTO SITE FOR GRAND FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

FOOTBALL FARCE, S 01(lilNTOjrS1LT V 4OliG~II)AD The M.P.F.L. foolishly alloweil the "tail to wag ,the dog,"' aend acted withl: utter disiregard- bf-;hd majority ofi the siuppDrthig pitii1il who keep thel gailne going on the Peninsula, by. salctioning Satur day's "A" Gtade. grand- final be tween Frankston 'and Morninugton to be played "far. from the mad ding crowds" inl an obscure corner of the-- Peninsula at ..Sorrento. This is Gretah Garbo policy at ;its very best. .By this amazing decision, not only is the bulk of the Peniiisula football public' prevented from' witnessing the gaiue at all, lit the League ý-and,- affiliated clubs suffer iheavy ?revenie losses, ,due to a stupid decision on site. (late Figures l.Prove Farce In 194 S the first semi-final w~ts played at Mornington, with a £94 gate; . the, second. semi-final at i'rankston, with a £13 gate; and the Miornitigton v. Frankst,onlfilnal at Sorrento; where the - gate droppeld to £63; :but a week later, at Mornlngton, - the Has...

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