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MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
: . .;. ,: 'MAIIU BAG. .Dear::Ruth, --.:I am sending in this: :week's :competition. I have put -.the cuttings together, and they .come out to" be an aero plane )that ;the boy was dream 'ing about.: Ruth,.I hope you are vell.-Yours :truly, Rose Pen .nisi, 30 Melrose Street, Mordial *loe.: . ' . : ' . :" .(I have .never felt better, Rose. -Rduth)., " .. .Dear, Ruti, -h- Thank you for sending me a membership card. :I am sending. a drawing I did. We get ,:a holiday today, and I amn going, to ;a ,party. I have to ,havye :my luneh,' so I will say good-bye for now.-Y ours sin ,c.erely; ,Marieta; Gibson, 27 Den .bigh" iStreet, rFankston. (That is a lovely way of spend irg a tholiday, lIarieta.-Ruth). .Dearl Rui Just a few lines .toS thank '.you?for the birthday :.reeting oyou,.sent me. I got, lots df .presents;,'cards and telegrams. The competition. this week was oeasy enough,- b~t I could not do .i. across .'laybe I will puzzle ,it out..before the cbompetition closes. That's all foro now. ...
LIST OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
LIST OF MEMBERS. Janice Abrahams, Baxter. Ray Aik, Seaford. Angelina Albrecht, Chelten-. ham. " Rosemary Alexander, Beau maris. Jessie Allen, Mordialloc. Patricia Allen, Mordialloc. Valerie Allen, Cheltenham. Barrie Arnott, HIammond St. Ken Assender, Montone. John Atherton. Brighton. Lois Aulicli, Mentone. Lorraine Ault, Seaford. Colin' Austin, Mordialloc. Jean Austin, Mordialloc. Yvonne. Austin, Mordialloc. Lynette Avery, Frankston. Jacqueline -Axford. Frankston. John Axford;: Frankton. Ton'y Axford,. Frankston. Robert Bailey. Red Hill South. Roger Baird, Mordclialloc. Christine Barlow, Morclialloc. Margaret Barnitt, Parkdale. Valda Barton, irrankston. "J 'cth Barrington, Mordialloc. Madeleine Bayard, Mentonle. Alfred Bean, Mordialloc. 'Valerie Beard, Parkdalc. Ralph Biencourt. Parkdale. Earlene .Biencourt, Parkdale. Shirley Beasley, Mordialloc. Fay' Beecham, Frankston. Merle Beecham, Frankston. Jean Beggs, Frankston. Margaret Belcher, Mordialloc. Robert Belcher, Mordialloc. Robert...
A BUSY ORGANISER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
A IUSY ORGANISFIR '. W. H; Iredale. of Melbourne Road, Frankstbmi has beena. busy organiser for the Liberal. interests since 1944, when he organised the opposition to the, 1944 referen dune. Next followed the 1945 Morn ington State ;elections (P. 0. Sharp), 1946 Federal .electio?ns (Mr. R S. Ryan), :1947;State- elecl tions (Mr. W. V.. Leggatt) ;'.?1948. oeferendum: and ?19 49 .Legislative_. Council elections.(Hon' C :p; GGart-1i side)-·~,.' ···· ,~,~,~,i;~~;=~ ~ 3, Garlick 3, Younig 2, 13ell 1. Carrum: Ricketts 3, Fort 2, Payne 2, Nash 2, Botten 1. Best ,players. - Mlornlngtoi: Kimpton, Scarlett, Bell, G uth ridge. Carrum: Fort, lackay, C. Slack, Davidge, and Challenger.
"B" GRADE 2nd SEMI-FINAL AT SORRENTO [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
,"13 (GlRADE2 11 SEMIISI?,?IS\II AT -SO 1IIIN1Tt) Rosebud 11.13 d. Rye S.12. Gate, £S3. Goal-kickers.--RoseC)ud: Lacey S, Fraser, Blacker; ClipIhain. Rye: Beal 3, Blain .2, Wauglh, Rtclhie. B Jest players--Rosebud: Fraser, Lacey, Currie. Rye: Seddon, R. Rowley, B." Cain.
"C" GRADE 2nd SEMI-FINAL, AT ROSEBUD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
AT. ROSI'IIU I) Balnarrlng 12.19 d. Mornington 7.15. Gate, £16. Goal-kickers.-Balnarring: Pig gott .5, Sweeney 41, Tolson 2, M. Stores. Mornington: R. Garlick 3, Hurley, Willey, M. Garlick, Hodge. Best players.-Balnarring: Ben nett, Piggott, Miller, A. Stores, AM. Donald. 1- ornington: Duthey, Hodge, Hurley, Downward.
About Racing F[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
i About Racing F4 Adelaide° :trainer, George Jes ,ser,- did not- accompany . Beau Gem- and-? Regal Gem to- Mel bourne when they came- over last week, but he arrived on Monday, and, was at Epsom to see the pair work on Tuesday. George was very pleased with the condition of the horses, and also with the manner :in:.: which they. -worked. He.-told -ine that other members of his team in Solar Gem, -.Coast Patrol and.:Pennali will come to Melbourne next .week.. George is looking to the Spring racing with .optimism. He considers that Beau-;Gem- has the ability .to :vin the Caulfield Cup, and that Regal Gem will. hold her own in'.the three-year-old fillies' classics. - Another Adelaide trainer com ing to Melbourne for the Spring racing is Jack Plews. He sent -his smart 'three-year-old, -- Illin gerry, -over during the week, and he will follow on later. On' -a prior' visit to Melbourne, Illin gery, at his, only start here, ran third to Prince Ben -and -Auburn over five . furlongs at Fleming...
The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP FOOTBALL Carrum Overpowered in Poor Game Frankston v. Mornington in Grand Final [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
SP 011 TI II t 7ND1YPM FOOTBALL Carrum Overpowered in Poor Game Frankston v. Mornington in Grand Final In1 a rathetr poor, crowtd?ed game that _disappointedl a big. crowd (£1,50 gate), the "hot. favOritCe," CIr'il t1eaml, was well beaten by .1ornington in Sathurday's "A1" Grade funit at I'rnmltston. Carruni suffered a setback be fore the game, when it was known that caplta in and coach T. Whelan had not recovered from injuries received in tie nmatch against Navy, and could not lead his team in'the big game. Except for portion of the aec ond quarter, and the third term, when- Carrum played well and gained a 3-point lead, Morninug ton's heavier team, by crowding tactics, proved too strong' alto gether for Carrum's lighter and nippier side. Carrunm were badly beaten all day in the ruck, where Ward (MIornington) was 'invinci ble, until hurt in the third quarter. Mornington crowded the game from the first bounce, and out classed their opponents withlforce ful play. Quiarter-time scores:....
[?]OLF [?]NAMENT [?]FINAL NEXT [?] AY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
be undefcated SundaY' at Vi al, and after e llantaged to anld will 11no hiell they meet ners of the be played at est coulrse next four iliSt li1t p. FranlkstOll ciabout the re pin ion favored last Sunday's e the pennallnt. quite a lnumber ill be present rs their moral is nothing to e players' cad NOTES ilitn ly s notclC , soe: 11. Robertson, to G. Jordon, oiert son, 3-2. 1. T'yers. 1 tp. . Fuliruten, 1 d. V. C. Jultdd, C. lHughes olt UB NOTES tableford corn y Ian Barwick 11 see the 36 final between S. Davis; "B", eynolds, sent'. hould provide should be well t year's cham tter, but is an f the straight seldom has an ing and putting. iartment he has lub. the other hand, of the longest b, getting ter acquiring a s improved in and, should he have Charlie player should "final" atmo e was Morn for 13 consecu as many times ayer. Stan also ampion before y of the local olf as a caddy e most of the lot to the pro. encouragement knowledge. e members of d win many they lose. ig on Sunday tely 9...
CYCLING MORNINGTON RIDERS WIN AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
fCY-CLING MORNINGTOX Ill)ErlS WIN AGAIN On Saturday, Mornington cyc lists came'under notice once again, when G. Clarke and M. French (botlih junior riders) competed in a 35-mile senior open handicap race at Ferntree Gully. .The coilrse. taken was over mountain country, and the toughest yet en countered in Victoria by the mem bers; .Riding like'a veteran, G. Clarke mastered the hills in great style. and, with a commanding lead, set off ;on the doriwihll run to the finish. ,:_In. a great- sprint,, Clarke just failed by .half: a length to catch the winner. His co-marker, M. Firench; who last week rode so well to win..his first open race, looked again-the possible winner; buit luck was enot so kind tlhis.time, as a blow-out removed him frlom the race.
YACHTING FRANKSTON CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
YACH TING RNIrAo'KSN CLUB Club members and skippers who heard Mr.. "Jock" Sturrock explain the rules of racing at the club last Friday learned a good deal. Mr.. Sturrock dealt with each rule: individually, and allowed next rule. The "'overtaking" rule was giv ei a. good -deal of consideration, as- Mr. Sturrock believes this one to be: nmost -important. Starting on and off the: wind was fully ex plained, and: at the end of the session Comliodore John Gothe asked Mr.. Sturrock to accept the hearty vote: of thanks accorded by the audience. Mr." Stuirock, . who was accom Pauiled by, other members of Brighton, Yacht. Club, will shortly take:.delivery? of a 38-ft. yacht,, aid- hopes ..to aittend ..the Fraiik ston :Club's:opening, day in. Novem
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
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FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
FRANKSTON METHODIST The visit of the Rev Walter. 8lbiston Chief Secretary...to the? Victorian Protestant :Federation,;. to the Frankston Methodist Men. s Society will long be rerenember'ed:.: I Mr. Albisto's inforrmative chal lenging address was greatly ap preciated by a good gathering of men who were present. Mr. Al biston,' ;with "-much clarity of thought, answered the questions put to him at the close of his address. Following the men's meeting, Mr. Albiston conducted the. evening service.in the church, preaching -to a large gathering of worshippers. The preacher at the morning service was a visiting layman, Mr. John Landry, who preached with much acceptance. The Sunday School annivers ary service held at Pearceaiale last Sunday . afternoon was a great success; . the church was filled wtih children, teachers, par ents and 'friends. It was a red letter l day, marked by the splen did singing by scholars and teach ers who had been trained by the organist, *Mr. Melville La moiit. It ...
MT. ELIZA COUNCILLORS IN "BRUSH" DISREGARDING OF RECOMMENDATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
MT. ELIZA COUIN CILLORS IN 'BRUSH' DISREGARDING .OF RECOMI MENDATIONS Felldw councillors .raised their eyebrows at Friday's Frankston Council rmeeting, when two Mt. Eliza councillors were the cen tral figures in a short "brush." Cr. Tomasetti had been ques tioning the advisability of a re commendation made by a Council bfficer,/ when Cr. Hirst rose and protested that "it was the same old thing." The Council, he said: appointed qualified officers, paid their salaries, and, when the offi cers made recommendations to' the Council, the Council did not adopt them. This, to. his way of thinking, was rather foolish. Rising to a point' of order, Cr. Tomasetti took strong exception to Cr. Hirst's criticism, and said he l~ad not the slightest intention of following out all the recom mendations made' by Council offi cers, as he considered officers' re -commendations were only made for .the consideration of council lors as 'to the merits of the re commendation made.
C.E.F. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
C.E.F. 31 EETHNG 'lThe meeting of the. C.E.F. held ast Wednesday opened. with a lhort devotional talk by Rev. A. 1. Whyte on the relationship of he Bible to today's scientific the )rles. o . The hike *'which was to have )een arranged for this night was )osLponed until next meeting ight. Members will meet at. the ?arlsh Hall at S o'clock, and are isked to provide their own supper Ind drinking vessels. The remainder of the evening :onsisted of short story .telling, nith the following members pro 'iding the stores: Rev. : A. J.' Whyte, iMr. Metcalfe, Gordon coffs, June Walker, Don Oster flnd, and Lois WVells.
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN Farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wilson and Mrs. Young [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
FIIANKSITON PRESBYTERITAN P'arewell to IMr. and Mrs. Ted \Wilson and Mlrs. Young. Last Thursday ekening the Church farewelled Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Young, who are leaving Frankston to live in the Jlordialloc district.. Mr. Wilson has been for years the Superintendent: of the Sunday School, and during that period gave splendid leadership in this basic Christian work." Mrs. Wil son for some time was press cor-. respoindent for "Church News." Mrs. Young (and her .late hits band) had been connected with the Frankston church. for many years. Mrs. Young was at one time Superintendent of the -Sun day School, giving her best to this fine work. She also assisted .the choir with her strong alto voice, and was connected with the work' of the Ladies' Guild., . They will be greatly missed alongst the Presbyterian .:people at Frankston. Valedictory. speeches were made by Mt. A. Godie, Mr. L. Lamont, Mrs. Hunmihery, Dr. D. Aitchison, and Rev. L. M. Humphery. . Presentations were nmade by th...
TRUCK SPEEDSTERS WARNED MAY BE FINED £50, SAYS S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
TRUCK SPEEDSTERS WARNED MAY BE FINED £50, SAYS S.M. After fining one driver £7, and two more . £5 each for driving heavily-laden .. 'trucks at speeds far in excess: of the regulation speed limits, on Cranbourne Road and Bay Street, Mr. Wade, S.M., warned all defendants' that this was a bad offehce against the traffic laws, and that they could be fined £50 for each offence. A driver who drove at 50-55 m.p.h. at Seaford, was fined £7 for that offence, plus' £1 for hav ing. no :visible:rear number plate, and: £2 for driving-in the centre lane.: . Other truck drivers, .who were each fined £5, travelled at speeds of 38, 32,. and 35-40 miles per hour,:. whereas the regulation speed in all cases was 20 miles per hour. All trucks were loaded with sand, up to a, total weight of about 8 tons..:
SWAN HILL REUNION COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
" COMMIITTIJ,1 The final meetilng of the Swan Hill. Reuniotn Connmmittee, prior to the big night -in: Frankston on Se?,!,ember .9,:vill .be held at M'r. Laurie _.. Walker's :homlioe,. Cran bour!ne" Road,,tiiis Saturday night. Ss.ceptan.es y.oi ie';,,'?e. e an aHill Ies are:. rolling in from all parts nf Velbourrne'.ý . and.: suburbs:.