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JUNIOR SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950
JUNIOR SOCCER All Age A, 2 (T. Johnson, W. Salton) lost to Balmain, 4. Best players: A. Craig, W. Dalton. All Age B, 7 (K. 'Bar 3, R. Cunneen, C. Barr, R. Chisholm, N. Stewart) d. Gladesville 0. Best players: C. Barr, R. Cunneen. Under 18, 2 (M. Ralph 2) lost to Mascot, 3. J. Plunkett, K. Jennings, W. Shepherd, M. Ralph, H. Bunton, best players. Under 16, 0, lost to St. Peters, 5. Best player: H. Bunton. Under 16, 1 (P. Davies) d. Con cord, 0. Under 14, 4 (N. Carter 2, C. Cruchley, P. Watson) d. Auburn, 0. N. Carter best player. Under 14, 3 (M. Sutton 2, P. Wilson) d. Pendle Hill, 0. Under 14 B, 0, Homebush, 0. H. Friend, best player. Under 12, 0, lost to Christ Church, 3. Best player, G. Mc Donald. Under 12 B, 1; Lidcombe, 1. Under 12, 0; Gladesville 0. Best .payers: K. Kelly, D. Baxter and goalie A. Cash. SRangers will play the follow i4g next .Saturday: :All Age A v. Gladesville Pres., Parramatta Hospital, 3.15. Under 18 v. Leichhardt, Ham mond, 1.45. Under 16 v. Hornsby, Parra m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 17 May 1950
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Parramatta Lass Weds Dutch 'Groom [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
Parramatta Lass Weds Dutch 'Groom The marriage took place re cently at St. Patrick's Church, Parramiatta, of Ellen Patricia Phelan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Phelan, of Parramatta, to John Van Koeverder., son of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Van Koe verden. of Holland. The Rev. Father J. Noonan, a cousin of the b'ide, officiated at the cereomenv, assisted by Mons. b'Donnell and Rev. Father Bo land. 'Ihe b':=aý, wore a twelve-foot train with her gown of lade over sat!r. ar'd a tune veil with coronet of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white gar denias; gladioli and tuberoses. Attending the bride were her two cousins, Misses M. O'Keefe and R. Witney. They wore frocks of lemon organdi over taffeta with matching Dutch caps trimmed with blue delphiniums, and carried bouquets of blue delphiniums, yellow orchids and Talisman roses. The 'groom was assisted by Mr. Cornelius Van Koeverden, best man, and Mr. Thomas W. Phelan, who was groomsman. After the ceremony the bride's mother, Mrs...
SPEEDBOAT CARNIVAL FOR SPASTIC CENTRES [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
SPEEDBOAT CARNIVAL FOR SPASTIC' CENTRES Next Sunday's (May 28) Speed boat Carnival in Farm Cove t6 raise funds for Spastic Centre, will be the greatest aquatic car nival ever held in the British Empire. Over 40 speedboats will com pete and it is anticipated that more than 70,000 people will attend. One hundred spastic children will be given a grandstand view on a ferry moored right in the middle of Farm Cove, and will be treated with ice cream, sweets and cakes. At the conclusion of the meeting these children will present the trophies to the win ning drivers. Admission is free.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
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FEDERAL MOVE ON HOMES FOR AGED [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
FEDERAL MOVE ON HOMES FOR AGED The Government was consider ing subsidising or assisting from the national welfare fund the building of homes for aged and infirm people, the Minister for Social ServiCes, Senator W, H. Spoor..er, said in the Senate last week. He was replying. to Senator J. H. O'Byrne (Lab. Tas.) who ask cd the Government to consider providing well - constructed homes for old and infirm people who were forced to leave hos pital because of the shortage of accommodation.
FAREWELL PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
FAREWELL PARTY Last week at Hiawatha, Parra. matta, Mr. and Mrs. L. Free. man and the staff of Freeman's Pharmacy, Guildford, tendered a farewell party to Miss Mele Violet. After eight years services with Freeman's Miss Violet is going into business with her brother at Leichhardt. On behalf of himself and the staff Mr. Freeman presented her with a spray of orchids and a dressing table set. SMr. Freeman paid tribute to Miss Violet's valuable assistance during her stay with the firm and wished her every success in her new venture.
21st Birthday Party [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
21st Birthday. Party Over 100 friends attended the coming-of-age party of Patricia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. McKean, of Broxbourne Street, Mays Hill, at the Con gregational Hall, Granville. The guest of honor wore a charming frock of blue chantilly lace over taffeta. Vocal items were rendered by Mr. Frank ("Lofty") Armstrong and the McKean sisters. After a buffet supper she was presented with the traditional key to the door by her father. True delicacy, that most beau tiful heartleaf of humanity, ex hibits itself most significantly to little things.--Mary Howitt.
ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
Ly"Broc". TOONGABBIE Scot, James Milne, now on his way to visit the land of his birth after 42 years, is probably one of the last still alive who sailed to Australia in 1908 aboard the ill fated Waratah. Chatting with me on the eve of his departure last Wednesday, Jim recalled that grim maiden voyage of the Waratah, and spoke of the mutterings of `the crew, superstitious sailormen, who swore she was top-heavy; an "unhappy" ship, sure food for Davy Jones' Locker. On Waratah's arrival back in England the crew, to a man, left her, only the captain remained. On her second voyage, be lieved somewhere between Cape town and Fremantle, Waratah and all aboard her vanished from human ken. GREAT doings the other night, when the Guildford ,Auxili ary of the Parramatta Police Citizens' Boys' Club staged:..a feast of fun and frolic and raised thereby.. a luverly -btn.ch of the crisp green, lettuce 4 t?e:,t good About. 200 .put -.theiir -heads down and wadeedinto.,the so.up, fish, salad, curried b...
MOTHERS' PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
MOTHERS' PARTY Mr. and Mrs. D. Brayford and friends honoured their mothers with a delightful .arty on the eve of "Mothers' Day." Among the guests, who escort ed their parents to the party, were Mr. and Mrs. Shaman, Mr. and Mrs. Dubber, the Misses Louise and Audrey Shaman, and Mr. Max Wade. A feature of the supper was the cutting of a cake, appropri ately' decorated and inscribed with "Mother." Promise yourself . . . to give so much time to the improve ment of yourself that you have no time to criticise others. Christian D. Larson.
TECH. T.B. TEST 100% NEGATIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
TECH. T.B. TEST 100% NEGATIVE Not one of 776 pupils of the Granville Techni cal School recently X-rayed by a mobile anti T.B. clinic, showed signs of infection. The Headmaster (Mr. T. I. Kempster) revealed this at the meeting of the Parents and Citizens' As sociation. Mr. Kempster added that X-rays of the teach ing staff also showed 100 per cent. negative.
OLD-WORLD CZECH GOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
OLD-WORLD CZECH GOWN When Emily, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Jones, of Prospect, was married re cently to Edward (Ted) Boxall, youngest son of Mr. T. Boxall, of, Miranda, and the late Mrs. Boxall, she wore a beautiful old-world gown of Czecho slovakian lace encrusted with silver. With it the bride wore a three tiered veil held in place with a coronet of orange 'blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet of ginger blossoms, roses, gardenias and tuberoses. The bride was attended by Mrs. L. Fradgley, Mrs. B. Frackham and Miss Eunice Jones, who were gowned in pale green organza and wore in their hair trails of red roses to match their bou quets. 'Attending the bridegroom were 'Messrs. A. Bush, T. Bellamy and K. Jones. The marriage was solemnised at St. John's Church of England, Parramatta. Mrs. C. Jones, mother of the bride, chose a navy and white ensemble, while the 'groom's sis ter, acting for the late Mrs. T. Boxall, wore a brown beaded frock. A cyclamen crepe frock and hat wit...
S.M. Says Speeding Truck Drivers "Menace" [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
S.M. Says Speeding Truck .Drivers "Menace" Speeding truck drivers were a menace to public safety, Mr: G. C. Hook, S.M..,, said last Wed nesday in the Traffic Court. Two truck., drivers were fined for speeding, and another fined for driving a truck with faulty brakes and an. inefficienrt steer ing column. "I -am fast coming to the con clusidn tlihai the only way to: cu'e this thing is .0to send the, off1enders to jail sidr Hoo. Arthur ,.Hateily, of Earl Stret was fined £15 fori having driven a truck- with a load exceeding 11: tons: along: the_ Hume - Highway,-: Lansdowne, at 38 miles an hour. Several motor cyclists were fined for having exceeded the speed limit. If these drivers offended again, Mr. Hook said he would seri ously consider cancelling their licences.
CAMPBELL LIBERAL SELECTION TO CONTEST GRANVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
CAMPBELL LIBERAL SELECT ON TO CONTEST GRANVILLE The Mayo. of Hoiroyd (Al derman W. Campbell) has been selected as Liberal candidate for the Granville seat in the forthcoming State elections. Alderman Campbell was en dorsed at a special meeting of the Granville Electoral Confer ence last Wednesday. A successful businessman at Merrylands for 25 years, he has a fine record of local public service. He is serving his sixth term as Mayor of Holroyd, and is a foundation member of Cumber land County Council. During the war Alderman Campbell was Chief Warden and leader in local patriotic efforts. He is foundation president of the Merrylands Bowling Club.
HIT BY TRUCK [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
HIT BY TRUCK An elderly woman -escaped serious injury when she was knocked down by a truck while :rossing Church Street, Parra -natta, last week. The woman, Mrs. Violet Ever .tt (59), of Merrylands Road, Merrylands, suffered a severe laceration to the head. Parramatta District Ambulance took the woman to Parramatta District Hospital for treatment.
HEADING 'EM [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
HEADING 'EM When a "swy" school. hurried ly dispersed in Cross Street, Guildford, on April 15, one. of the "students" beat a 'hasty retreat across the road and over the railway line. Uafortuiatcly for him his presence. hia ?V. iecni noticed by :witnesses a and he .bs'-recognised ?'i : Co: ab1e :A?derson, of uilcdfor' police; '.:half-ar-hour 'iter on, Guildford ::railway std tion. i..hargedwithv: . eadin' 'em" to the annoyance of Cross. Street passers by, the student," Ion ald Shaw McKenzie, Taralga Street. Guildford, was fined £1 with 10/- costs, in. default four days gaol by Mr. Kersley S.M., at Parramatta Court last week. Shaw pleaded guilty.
MOTHERS JOIN IN FIGHT FOR MATERNITY HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
FOR MATERNITY HOSPITAL District mothers would join in the fight for temporary hospital accommodation for maternity cases at Parramatta, the Mayor of Holroyd (Aid. W. Campbell),"said last week. Alderman Campbell has as sured "complete" co-operation to a deputation of mothers in the Merrylands West area,: who are pressing for a public meeting at Parramatta, to urge the hospi tals Commission to immediately acquire temporary maternity ac commodation here. Alderman Campbell told Hol royd Council, last week, that he had advised the mothers to ap proach the Mayor of Parra matta, Ald. E. A. Mobbs, to call the. meeting. Alderman , Campbell added: "Now that we've started the fight, I don't- think we should stop i.itil something is done, "I am: strongly behlind any moves to bring this matter to a successful end." Before council was a letter from 'the: N.S:W. Hospitals Com missiori : contending that negoti ations were now being conducted with Parramatta District Hospital Board for the' acquisit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
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PRAISED WORK OF APEXIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus — 24 May 1950
PRAISED WORK OF APEXIANS Parramatta Apex Club held a dinner at "Hiawatha," last week. Guest of honour and speaker at the function was Mr. H. Mac Allister, Camp Commandant of the N.S.W. Boy Scouts Training Camp (H.Q.) at Pennant Hills. Mr. MacAllister commended the work being done by Apexians, and likened the move ment to the Boy Scouts and Rotary groups, who have the same, democratic ideals and pur pose driving their activities. ."Apexians can be likened to a vital cell within the body of the community,'.' Mr. MacAllister said, "and the spirit of the work done by Apex Clubs throughout the country, as with that of the Boy Scouts, is one of fellowship; one which develops friendship, the sense of teamwork, leader ship and enterprise, ancd builds a tradition to guide future gene rations in the democratic way of life." Mr. MacAllister, after 26 years as Carpp Commandant, and 42 years in Scouting, will be retir ing at the end of July- this year. A. highlight of. the evening.wa3 the presen...