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[?]DS OF A FEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
W.I -do is attending a Waiters' ''Convention Dinner, ;wherei they are. being waited on for a change.:, However, if you study their conversation, you will, findý that each :one hides the name of a bird. For, instance, :fibni w.:l?at the first chap on the left' says you can- obtain J A ?;C'K.D A W.:.. Simple? Now you.find the rest and `fill .in -.the crossword. Boys,' atterick, of North Brighton, wins l Bakeirs Dozen. I am send-' of the famous book, "Alice's Advenituies in.: Wonderland.". f you know of the author o f this :'Alice" bobok ::He. lived last 'as a clergyman, na~med, .Rev I odgson. -,He tTaughti 'nathematics llege. He enjoyed playing with childdeiry 'Rev: Dod .gson used to little friends rowing along-the .:River.Thaines and:- while the four nks, the little girls would. beg'for :a story. -'Thecleirgyman began le girl named, Alice.. ;Each :;tirie;. the three children met Rev. manded "more." 'rs later, one of the chitldren` 'as(ked for the? ~:story:.: to be written he clergyma...
[?]L BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
BAG pe YOU are a niee holi on and had a etition Was ding In my lovely days e't we. Se now, so Cerely, Boev. Undy Street, k you vely d the Special Y1 birthday, e £1-3-6jd., olu very muc ite for my r now, -I re 1', Angelina k yo1 very rd you sent that ssed aullne please " I1 on the age 5 years, to tell you Marian and Heslop St., have a happy Dear Ruth; --I. am en l-gin this week's. competitioni with'. hopes ot winnling :it.I -:suppose you are kei't busy ? uil?judging them all. Although I read -youan competi= tion each woek, ;this is ,thi ; firstt itime I have, entered :; I lihave to go 'to bed 6'; . Your .true pal, Jill Hyde;, 7 :l ines'+ St. Parkdale. Dear i -uth, thought' I ;would have a try at this weeks scompeti tion.- I have" had an honouiiir card : froni- you before;': : I will close now opin are well.I a emain' yrs Y :sin cerely, - largaret :? Weeks; Range.r's Cottage, Race 'Co'urse :;Mentone. It Dear. Ruth iam7 "ampsending in this week's- c0opetition" Thnuks: foi, ay membershi...
ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. Justice Barry (patron of the Opportunity Clubs of Vic toria) and Mrs. L. Findley, or ganiser, were present at Long Island Country Club on Sunday, when Mr. Justice Barry present ed to the club a spinning-wheel in appreciation' of the £1000 rais ed for, the Opportunity Clubs in July. Major D. C. Whillans ac-. cepted the gift for the club. 'Mr. and Mrs. Dave Prince were welcomed back at Long Island County. Club on Sunday after a. four-months' trip to Eng laird and the Continent. Everyone present was delight ed to see Mr. S. Gray, of New-I town Avenue, Baxter, at the Langwarrin. Progress . Associa 'tion's.: last' meeting. Mr. Gray (w?ho is vice-president) has been in: Hosiptal for some time. Mr. Turner (president) voiecd a hearty welcome to Mr. Gray .from- all members. The Hon. Jack Cain, M.L.A.I (Leader of the State Labor Party),'-will be the Guest Speaker at the Frankston Methocist Men's Society Night on September 25. :.OMr: and Mrs. Perry, formerly of Luton, England,...
WEEK-END ORDERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
* WEEK-END ORDERS.. You know~. how- hard it. is to. murchase .all :your grocery .re _.uirements' early. in the week. There always -seems to be some extra .items '"wanted . for. the w~eek-end -'or. ytu. perhaps only so . to Frank:ton;."each Friday. .or Saturday. Friday and ..Saturday .every .week, .particularly since the 40=, hour week and the short trading time on.: Saturday morning, ade. very busy djays at Ritchie's of Frankstn: . To help -youi sa\ e time, Ritchie's will have. your order assembled: an' .r.acked ready for you' when you call back if,you hand in your order as soon:as you come in to Frankston. ::Your .order. v will ?-go. to a.' spe'ial.V department do'lv stairs i and :.ill be " assembled,. checked ano1 packed into, a "box,' A 'note "will: be: marde' of' any linie not included in:.your, order: andi vhenon yoi'call' in-,.this w,-ill' 6be explaiiec'.to youn. . - Ask' for Ritchie's special; post age-paid ordere? form you :can; fill it in -at %tkdu -leisure-=.adit if Ritc h...
HOUSING COMMISSION DRAINS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
HOUSING COMMISSION DRAINS _ •'Faulty and -inefficient drainage from the Housihg Commission es tate in Yuille Street-William Street has 'been causing grave concern to: occupants and Franks ton Couincil over a long period. •.At Friday's'': Council meeting, Cr. Fowler.: moved that the En gineer of the -Public Health De partment be asked.to confer with the Shire. Engineer regarding Housing Commission drainage. Carried.
FRANKSTON CROQUET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FRANKSTON' CROQUET CLUB. The Annual· Meeting 'of the Frankston. Croquet Club was held -on ..September 6 in the C.W.A.. Room. The president (Mrs. Jones) took the chair and there was a good attendance of members. The election of. officers 1-esulted, a. fellows: President, Mrs. Jones; Secre tary, Mrs. Sherlock; Treasurer, Mrs. Armstrong; Vice-Presidents, Mesdames Amor,- Kent, Lane and Gloury. General business was discussed. Members were very, pleased.a with' the . progress of the new. ci?oquet" lawns, and hope it will not- be ,..ng before they. are ready .fort =:c.
R.V.I.B [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
The August meeting of the Blind Auxiliary was well attend ed. Mrs. Fletcher (president) welcomed a new member, Mrs. Walton, from. Carrum Downs, and also severa4 members who have been absent, for some time. Pleasure was expressed at having Mrs. Barclay once more with the Auxiliary. Arrangements were made to hold a Jumble.. Sale on Friday, September 16, at the C.W.A. Hall in Thompson -Str'eet. Donations of cakes and" clothes rill .be greatly appreciated. Members are' hoping'to hear a talk. at the October meeting deal ing with the experiences of :a police woman in the course of her daily work: The Auxiliary's main effort for the year .will be lheld on" Friday; 4th November, with a mile .of pennies in all main 'Frarikstoifn. streets, and a stall':at Mrs Kimp ton's at Osborn~ e House' in Bay: Street.. .
The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE FEATURES COMMENT Editorial Thursday, September 15, 1949. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
PPAGAEE Editoiial. Thirsday, Septemtber 15, 1949. This paper has come in for criticism in certain quarters for the recent attack on the continuance. of the traditional WVet Cupbodard in some districts. The expression of a sincere opinion on any inriportarit question mulst iiet?itably leave the critic open to criticism, and we do.not object to people expressing a view point opposite :to ours. This still rerstairits a free country, and we are h.a ppily :still permitted a free. exchange of views. Despite"critic'ism wie' still h6old to oitr opinioen that there is no really good reason why the Mayor's'Cupboard should be Wet We see 'no good reason why councils should provide some hun dreds of pounds, varyinig in different municipalities, to enable Councillors and-their friends to have :.easy access to the. cup .that cheers. Jt is one of those old 'customs which should be thrown overiboard. It has been in .some. districts-notably at :.Chelsea. S It has a tendency to cause some men to make ...
The Standard TABLE TALK C.W.A. 19th Birthday "Naughty Nineties" at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
tTda Ad1 umuuuuu......... A -C.Wv.A. 1 9 t liuithday "Naughty Nine;ies" at Frankston The Franikston. Mechanics' Hall had been tastefully decorat. .ed by Mrs. Fletcher (treasurer of the C.W.A.) for Thursday, September 8, tlie occasion being the Frankston Branch's 191? birthday. It vwas a" gala day ,f or country. women who came to' celebrate :the: anniversary of: the Frankston branch of this worthy Association. Mrs. J. R. -,T. - McDonald, ,of Headquarters, was- .the guest speaker, and. biianches' ;of - the: Country Womeh's::Associationi r?e presented were:- Soreinto, .Moin. ington, Mordiallo'c,:-- Hastings," Black Rock, 'Somerville, .Cran bourne,- Moe,; and ,Bendigo. Mrs. Harcourt was senlor hos : tess. "Naughty Nineties Parade." The president of the'Frankston branch (Mrs. J. E. Grice) lent her. beautiful antique furniture and music-box to give the right setting for the "'Naughty Nine ties' Cavalcade of Fashions, which were wotn with all the coyness of the nineties. ,The 'mannequins d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
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Let's Write a Letter TO EX-CR. ALEX. CALDWELL, Bendigo Street, Bentleigh., DEAR MR. CALDWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
Let's WDrite a: Letter TO EX-CRI; ALEX. CALDIVWELL, Bendigo :,Street, Bentleigli: SDEAR n:MR: CALDWELL, in view of vour long, and more or' less, lone battle to se cure the: pasteu?isation of milk for thie people, we feel impelled to publicly record here the grat 'ful thanks. of readers for your valuable ;ork. 'Councillors come, alid. councillors go6 that is the 'waY~ of things, and maybe: it`. is good that men" should not remain too long at the Council tabie, and you have been rc-. plalced as.those who succeed--you Vill ,also be replaced with the passing of_. time. Even those :who worked and voted against 'you ??vill support us lin extending to you. sincere thanks for your long agitation, w?hichcertainly did not achieve results, but -who could- against the strong opposition lined up to thwart j pasteurisation.. Yours, etc., "THE STANDARD."
"UNION JACK" CLUB FRANKSTON SUB-BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
"UNION JACK" CLUB FRANKSTON SUB-BRANCH The last social given by the. Union Jack Club Sub-branch (Frankston) was a huge success, and it is felt that as more mi grants arrive in Frankston- the organisation will .become "much larger. This was the second social of this kind, and since the initial one 72 more miembers have join ed up. As there have been many requests fo another social, the,. secretary and other officers of the Club. have engaged a hall foir 21st September, and have also booked the hall for further soclals on the third Wednesday of October,.No vember and December, but the dates, will be published in the local Press at least a week prior to the social. The hall has also been booked fora a dance on 29th September. Fuarther details will also be pub lished later. .All these functions will be held at the Mechanics' Hall, Frankston, and all. are in vited. The success of the Club is entirely in members hinds, so to' make these evenings a success the bigger the crowd, the better....
Carpenter New Shire President [?]g Councillor Who "Won His Spurs" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
....I j New Shire r ident a e-? p ' ,·jl ?? res [Ca ro d e"? ? .... .. ..... . . ', .: ?? g Councillo WTlino 'Won llis Spurs" ter, of Hlastings, was elected' unanimously as e Shire of Frankston and Hastings at - meeting. Cr. Cjrpenter, who is being heart Son the honoi" conferred on him, is the illor to hold t .e r.csition i.a the long history. nd he gained the Chair after only two years r! The preside Atial allowance was fixed- at 5 contingenc f.nd). and the cupboard will who is a re Swith a fine carries on an ist and fruit in Hastings in his brother. He public-spirited s. His young popular in her and is sure to lp-mate to her e course of his Irs. Carpenter g son to care sident appeals Shire to spare e as much as ocial engage attendance of not absolutely ent. was nominated f president by ded by Cr. eclared amidst ing president) tulations to Cr. election to the hire President, po doubt. that ould fill the fly, and would of the chair. ad always ad and outspoken rpenter at the e wished...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
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MAREE TOMASETTI SAILS FOR ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
MAREE TOMAS;ETTI SAILS FOR ENGLAND Miss Maree Tomasetti was a passenger on the Italian liner "Surriento" which left Melbourne on Tuesday., Maree, who is the daughter of ýCr: and 'Mrs. Toma setti, is going to London to fur ther her studies in dramatic art She commenced her stage career with .the ' Frankston Theatre Group, where she proved herself a brilliant young actress. She later attended the University Di-amati'icSchob1, and her enthus iasm for the theatre and her un doubted ability resulted in her being choseniifor the cast of that record breaking comedy "Present Laughter." Maree played an im portant, role -very well. She is being sponsored for th'e dramatic school. in ,England by Miss Daphne Rye;. well-known Eng lish producer -(and the producer of "Present 'Laughter" in Aus tralia), and Mrs. Peter Gray. The good wishes of The Stand ard (and of "First Nighter") in particulai) are extended to -Miss Tomasetti. We' feel that this aspiring .aid clever youhg actress will make the gra...
Labor Split in Flinders Aftermath of Pre-Selection Strife [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
Labor Split in Flinders Aftermalth of Pre-Selection Strife It is rumored that Mr. A. A. Hughes is to contest Flinders electorate mi the forthcoming Federal election in opposition to the sitting member, Mr. R. S. Ryan, and the selected and en dorsed Labor candidate, Mr. R. Wilson, a member of Chelsea Branch of the Australian Labor Party., " .j vrlnun nominations were called for candidates to contest the. Labor pre-selection, Mr. Hughes, i Mr. Wilson arid -Dr. Haywood were approved by. the Central xecutive. The vote of members resulted in Mr. Hughes winning. Because of a complaint; details of which have not been publish ed, the. Pre-selection was can celled by the Central Executive, and fresh nominations were .call ed. Dr. Haywood did not re nominate, neither did Mr. Hughes who at the time of closing of ominations .was involved: in the Royal Commission oh Commun ism. Mr. Wilson being. the -only nominee, he received the en dorsement of the Central W?ecu Wliilst many. members were criti...