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Frankston L.C.P. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
Frankston L.C.P. Meeting ' :peeches By Messrs. Ryan and Holt, M's.H.R. A. General Meeting of the 'Frad~kston Brianch of the Liberal and 'Country Party of Victoria was_ :, held in . the Mechanics' Hal,l on ,August :'S0." Mr: Douglas Browivi,;'the President; ,was -in the Chair, and' an. ; enthusiastic' gathering of -over 150 heard ;the Menibei,.for Flindeis Mr.: R. S. Ryan; 'M.H.R., and :-Mr.' Harold Holt, M.H.R., who were the prin cipal ,'speakers. SIn- 'additicn, _a play;, entitled s'Weatlier or Not" was 'presented by ..members of '.the. -Liberal Country :Party Speaker.. Group, and produced by Mr. WV. H. Ire dale. The play .was a satire on the' or'v of Nationalisation, and forin filling which , has, been: so prevalent of late and which: it was claimed threatens to en croach' sti'l further on the lives and liberties of 'AustraJian : citi zens. unless checked by a change of Government at Canberra. Mr. Ryan's Address Mr. Ryan, M.H.R.. said that the main issue to'be fought over .in: the...
SCOU[?] (By [?] Frater[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
Lcei ft IalI, or Wallt setht0t The ottpDi blitb 0 ntione mnlooit. Wherlrn The Gro allot: it dSane aI *iaplidlj Illes.r i The r lStouta be smpi general Reance 1 1st, [ialonr The dnthedid The Ccn loeaig ie Thetit h lookld ti the irer! 10th. TheG ball.ltK 17ith; Countyl Sept, nINl Gardiner, all Scouts wlll ltet Salurdal and ISth. Obltuary All the or this Di oa the de! recenl Ca i"Slipper' leading S Sea Stoat it has lt boys were good tlin and neal. Daring I naster ain ter, Mlr. taradeo5 lierof TH lfor 61!Y" ago. Ite etie trr cause. FI'll Il tls Hit 1C oil AaigeI shol~ved onlY as bjoning at concluded
Chance For Our Players [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
Chance For Our Players: : Let me congratulate the Cal-: tex people for their decision to produce a "season" of radio pldys from Melbourne. They. are to be broadcast from.:AW on Sunday nights at 8 in. the Koolmint play spot.. The Caltex action is long.over due recognition of the. talented radio players in Melbourne. Also it recognises the fact that Mel bourne listeners might like to hear some of their; own actors and actresses. I have no desire to; add fuel to the fire of jealousy which',burns between the broadcsting indus tries in Melbourne and Sydney,; but I could say that Melbourne also has plenty of talent.. .Oppoir tunities will prove it. --:
MAIL BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
MAIL BAG. Dear Ruth, - Lam just writing a: little note to. tell you how I a.-?getting .on,_.Thank you .very mriuch for the Honour Card you sint ine. I have got quite a lot -ow. Do you like my pad? I nr sending you,.a few puzzles. I' hope you like them. I am sending i., this week's competition with r.ly letter: Well, I must close r_:w, as I cannot think of any thing else to say.-Yours truly, _MIargaret Schaefer, Jasper Ter race,- Frankston. Dear Ruth, - I received the lovely book you. sent me; it is very exciting. Judith will thave to try. and win a" book now. She put a puzzle together and sent it to .you.-Love from Valda Genge, O'Grady Avenue, Frahks ton. Dear Ruth, -- This is the first competition I have gone in for, and I think it was very easy. I went for. a drive last Sunday- in our car :to Port, Melbourne, and my brother, Sydney, kept trying to push .me off..the pier. There were -a lot of big ships. It is my birthday on the 2nd September. -;Yours sincerely, Angelina Al brecht, ...
Weakness In New [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
Peakness In New* Wednesday .I McCoys," ite its com age as far as icerned - it Ithe audience .night by the F Show." the Mo show vantage, KZ, comparisons. at least one emory of the Real McCoys" jghed boister ly, if you pre ed comedy of foolish, be under review, honest laughs Rowe's beard t Station" act by listeners 1y recall it? 10W was ac i tendency to n.ess. ate producer regular com rman. O'Gor aker, but he's ik on. arly to write I can venture rhe Real Mc-, productiqn to ly, Les, and show up with we all know re gained by or a wave of but listener, more difficult eVe me, send le to Stanley
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
SRIT'CHIES OF FRANKSTON ,LICENSED GROCERS: CAN A D I A N; Sardines in Oil I/1l per tin "TRUE VALUE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE" o need to buy new • Lounge Suites or Car et Our proved modern deaning process on the spot in your own home restores your furnishings like new. L0RISE E CARPET MLEAKING SEBVICE ~PoAe ///,// 286 8URKE RK . GARI NEIE PRATT'S MEL RAY STORE IDressed Poiultry FOWLS, CHICKENS, TURKEYS AND DUCKS DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED, LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER, EARLY IN THE WEEK ! . OPP. STATION PHONE 22 TTOURl DOCTOR . BRING IT TO . . . . DOT "HANTON'S S* PHARMA(Y BAY STREET, FRANKSTON PHONE 606 71j A. . ..> • ''BILER M LKOD ROAD,`' CARRUM s. ESTIATES FREE-? .NEWH OM ES QU"iCK LY ERECTED RENOVAIONS ?. AERtAL.-&. WORKMAINSHIP, ýýE C`ýr
The Standard Home Magazine [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
Sa ~me ay Deceiver bccepted this column's advice to take t have been pleasantly deceived n Bell Jazz Concert." might apply Club of the get a longer W show was ripting made ly. The jazz with continu ally pleasing so teady the eriodical on any observa the newness hold myself weeks. e is meaning ver else you r of the cannot read convincing ho starred in t, read her lines better than Georgia, but it was still' well ,belbw.., standard. You can dump' this~ idea,'" AW, and use an announcer in the selling spots. Jazz bands do not seem to' make suitable' backgrourid .for vocalists. Pam Corrigan's battle with the band in singing "Can't Help Lovin' That Man" was epic. It had to be heard to be believ ed. Do the vocalists really get the shoes they are scripted to own and describe in- such. glowing' terms? Did the :sponsor really study, Pam's feet and guess, the -fiction" size shoe she -wears?- Or did - he' concentrate more: on':the .aiikle and allow the scriptei,to .collect. that dope? Are'. voc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
1% " PRESS FERTURL 9ER IE. SYNE: e of puzzle. You will notice the queer at the bottom is divided into a number square is identified by a letter arind tance the first square is Al., the second u will notice we have another set of blank ' to draw in. Now take your pencil, and. y, Al, A2, and so on, drawn below, you ne?w position in the blank spaces. When every square you should have a comrn-. end your entries to "Ruth,' c/o.rStand Park Road, Cheltenham.. -uu" .. . .. Nýil mIw" I INmuNnIJi imtnu inn N i anli' luluaueuntm iluumul i ungau. . .. CHILDREN'S: CLU I wish to join the *News" hIldren'a Iub. N a m e A ss , . - , ...' , ..; . . - .. .. , ,Date rd Ye..ar.:of:Bixth. .*,i.,.. IImhMhiniIIII NtN w l I, I I..,I ,N N... N........ ................................... COL WOOD MOTOR HOE 1. CULTIVATES BETWEEN 10" ROWS 2. FITTED WITH TINES AND CUI'TIVATORS 3. MECHANISES YOUR HAND MOWER £98/1/0 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: ROTARY HOE ROTARY SCYTHE HILLERS, ETC. " - --PLOUGH.-- .... For Particulars, ...
[?]MBERS [?]ed) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
IIBERS , Frankston; kston; Bar inaris; Made nkston; Vera ris; Geoffrey ,hton; Denise |righton; Pat :dialloc; Ken Itone; Robyn Folin Clayton, chrane, Men SFrankston; Cheltenham; -rkdale; Peter Hargaret Cor -argaret Cra Mvenda Cox, Langwarirn; ,tone; Norma Crook, Mor Mlentone. tings; Sion ton; raeme "li Beverley Yson Davies, . Davies, avIS, Mor vs Mordial th Brighton; SParkdale; P larkdale; rkdale; otone; Valda Dixon, East. Brighton; J oe Doherty, Mentone; Janette Doighty, East Brighton; .Aada Dowling, Frankston;' Thelma Drummond, Mordialloc Patricia Dunn, Moorooduc; Janet "Edgar, Frankston; Judith Edgai'; 1yleri tone; Robert Edgar, Mentone; Margaret Edmond, Mordialloc; Wendy Edmond, Parkdale;. Lor raine Edwards, Farikstori; Val erie Edwards, Franlstori; Wei~dy Edwards, Frankston; Yvonrie Ed wards, Frankston;: Helen Elliott Chelsea; "Judith Ellis, Ment6ine. Becky Enticott, Aspendale. (To be continued next week).: UI.ll...n.i..ill m .lh,,,....i.................
FRANKSTON [?] CENT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
FRANKSTON I CENi The PreScrod for- the third t· September 1: Tetnagers' Party Plans for this Friday, Sepltemb in hand. Thee competitions, ti a floor show by a of ballroom deed altogether a promised to toh Father's Day Car The winner all was Des Lug, Fraukston. Annual Appeal Previously ac Estate of the li (per lt'. P. /eIli braith, £1/1/.; £1/1/-'r'ota] £1Il;
VALEDICT[?] SOCIAL WILSON—YOU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
' Therew ering of h friends atp Hall last ing a va to Mr. and;0 Mrs. A.Yo Wilson),pr ture from Sp ton, to reside A handbag presented t6 wallet of n Mr. and Mrs . day School, Guild. Rev. F. L B in most eulos ing the loyal and rendered to the Years by the honor. He expr the loss to the by their depasrtu for all they had ed them healt Success at Mar Complimentsr were expressed M. Eadie (Con Atcheson (Ch Charles Grant (B and Mrs. L. G. Guild). Suitable res on behalf of the Music was Lamont, Mrs. Dh Mrs. Douglas B.e The ladies sers supper.
INJURED CYCLIST STILL VERY ILL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
INJURED CYCLIST STILL VERY ILL Mr. Sidney Herbert Gibb'ons, of Allenby- Street, Frankstona, ;is still an inmate of Alfired Hospitala as result of serious injuries.sustained when he was knocked 'off his. bi 'ycle by'a truck near Mile Bridge on July 5th .. Mr. Gibbons is still not in. a. fit condition to be interviewed" by Police regardnig, the accident.: A" charge of negligent driving :,is Pending against' the driver of a truck; : For; two' weeks' -ater the -accident-Mr. Gibbons,, was .iiid orn1
YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
YOUNGER SET .The Younger Set continues to oe very active, in raising fuids fto the Frankstoni Community Hospital. Last Sunday night, at Mr. and VIMrs. Johnson's residence, final urrangements were made for the Ball on Friday, Septelrber 23, it the -MIechanics' Institute, Frankston. There will be a Belle of the Ball and various novelties; the dance music will be supplied by Cook's Orchestra. Tickets nay be obtained from Mr. G. Parnell and Miss P. Shout. In connection with the Ball organised by the Hastings F6ot ball Club for Thursday, Sep tember 22, at the Hastings Pub lic Hall,-buses will leave Wheel r's: Corner at 7.30 p.m. for ;Hastings. . The . dance. held last Wednes day by. the Younger Set and .the .Menzies Boys' Home Auxiliary,. .was a great success, both finan-, ,.ially and socially, .and each or- i .:anization willc. receive -a -good cheque.. The -fextt dance *organ-1 ized ?,by' -these "two committees -':ilP ta e . place on Wednesday, r3eptember '14' Morris' Players will agai...
COLES FOR FRANKSTON LONG LEASE OF CARTER'S BILLIARD ROOM [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
COIES -FOR FRANKSTON :LONG LEASE OF CARTER'S * BILLITARD ROOM0 The latest branch store of the G. -J. .'Coles' ,.?hain will be _estabr -lished in.:'Bayj Street, Frankston, immediately. -. iOn Monday the chain store firm took over the lease of Mr. A. V. Carter's billiard i'oom, in Bay St., fori a :ern, of many years. = rMessis. Coles also purchased the entire stock of. billiard tables indd accessories, and these will be sold by auction by Mr. Geo. G. Austin. "-Mi.'aid :'Mrs. tCarter have re friedTfroii"buisinse'ss, and will con-. tinue to reside'in their new home on Melbourne Rdad.
DECORATING FOR SPRING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
DECORATING FOR SPRING '.Spring is :-now upon us, ad summer 'just around the corner.! rhis means that the busy handy man. is, starting 'to repaint and repair tthe :household furniture, doors, 4 cupboards, etc. Before you:: commence the task see Pratt's Hardware Store for paint, :alsomine, brushes, . tools, etc See, our window display.
BRIGHTER FRANKSTON PLANS TO PAINT STATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
BRIGHTER FRANKSTON ` PLANS TO -PAINT STATION Throughoutl Tudsday of this wireek there were so many V.R. experts walking round the walls of the .Frankston Railway Sta tion, that it was at first mistaken for a special raid by the famous "David .Healy. Checker Army," to :coincide' Twith "the rise in rail fares," and 'the: policing of the payment of .theeextra fares. Hovwever," it !was much bright -r: news than :that. It is under stood? that :big plans are afoot for a "Brighter Frankston" by paintirg the station buildings.
MENZIES BOYS' HOME CARD EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
MENZIES. BOYS' HOME CARD EVENING Next Tuesday, September '13, a Krazy. Whist evening "will be held at. the C.W.A. Hall, ?Thomp son Street, Frankston. There will be good .,prizes, and supper., Fortnightly Dance. The next. fortnightly dance will be held at the. Soldiers' ','Hall, Frankston; next Wednesday, Sep-:i tember 14. 'This again .will 'be held . in conjunction with -thee Younger, Set's "Miss Australia"0. effort. The.'second heat of- the Charmaine Waltz will be conhl tested (the first heat was worn by Mr. and Mrs. Paye). Novelties will; be provided, and there will be a? good supper. The Morris" Players will again supply the music.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SHOW HOLIDAY AND INFORMATION BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SHOW HOLIDAY AND INFOR MATIONr BUREAU " -. The'i councnil: meeting of Frankstoni ' Chaniber of 'Com merce' tliis ýweek': opened with a w?elcomie''y the 'president (Cr.' C. Coates) ..extended . to new membeKls,;:Mri .: L. Peters, and Messrs.'. L.; Hintei-, J. Tayler and E. Walker. : Show Day. Closing. It was decededi?that Frankston shops :vill 'close:i at 12 noon on Royal Show, Public Holiday, Thursday, :29th,'September. Information Bureau. It was decidied:that Frankston Frankston and ;':Iistrict Inform= ation: Bureau; with central head quarters at the 'office of Mr. J. A. Tayler, Estate Agent, Bay Street who. has .generously placed his office at the Bureau's disposal for-.the.l benlefit-. of local citizens and visitors. Clock Tower Appeal. The' Memfiorial': Clock Tower Appeal'was -discussed. It was de cided ' that ».the"- rules of the Chamber: "did" not permit of the appeal 'being supported offiici .ally; :but--members were recom mended- to support. it individu a...