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FRANKSTON PLAZA COMING "HITS." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FRANKSTON PLAZA. SCOIIING ."flITS. In 'The Street With No Name," 'the Twentieth Century Fox studio brings, to the screen the amazing,: true story of the F'B'h post-war battle against the threat of.a "new empire of crime in the making. The picture, based ot actuial case histories from the files of the FBI,- unfolds a story that could happen in any city where, with the breakdown of :-la~w and .order, the FBI steps io It is the star feature at the Plaza this Thursday, Friday, and Sat urday. Warners' "Love and Learn," .the supporting current film fare at the Plaza Theatre, is a riotous modern comedy, co-starring Jack Carson; Robert Hutton, Martha • Vickers -and Janis Paige. The film tells the .story of the vicissitudes of two tunesmiths who finally are *able to get their songs on the Hit Parade, and be with the women •they love. You'll yearn to be on an island with Esther Williams, Peter Law ford and Jimmy Durante when you see M-G-M's tropical Techni color- musical, "On An Island With Y...
SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 44 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
SAVINGS CROSSWORD No. 44 4. Glides 9. .lu vzest this - 12.; Assertion ' . CGau ,: Violin Maker S16. Move .18. Pivot 19. Elate 20. I rung .21. Allege 23. Sluckens 226. Worries 30. Flower 3?1. Forum, . 32. --Whi.per 33; Burdened - 31.Organ :35: Correct 36. Smloothes 37. D.itaribainces 38. Meinbers of ' Jewish sect 4.? Applaud -47.4 &teidered secret 48. Periods 51. instrument 52. Bluande 53.; Ancient court 5.1. Truth 55. Warm wind 56. Fourth estate 57. Period 1DOWN .1. Greek coin 2. Image 3. Low hill 4.. lHlit 5. Priests 6. Angry 7. Eather (Lat.) 8. Shorten 9. Price 10. Against 11. Engage 14.. Solely 17. Deducible. 21. Defame 22. J.itchen tools 23, Tainted 24. Fruit , 25. Dilate ANSWER TO CR1OSSWOR~D No. 43 27. S.'American bird 28. Round-up 29. Smooths 39. Steep slope .40. Sedate .41. Draw out 42. Homes for liens 43. Paradises 44. Musical sign 45. Roguish, 46. Labourer 48. Tranquil 49. Trick 50. Burn SOLUTION -NEXT WEEK an.· m s ssemeas as a
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
SOIMER S' ILLE There was a splendid attend ance when 'Ir. T. Barclay pre sided at a public meeting spon sored by the Somerville branch of the' A.L.P. at the Mechanics' Hall, Somerville, last Thursday to give .the public the oipportunity of meeting Mr. R. E .Wilson, the endorsed Labor candidate. Sup Pporting -speakers -were Mr. Rod Leeson -(endorsed candidate for Deakin) .and Mr. Geoff. Sower butis. iMr. Wilson, ins a well-received speech "dealing- with the Govern rient's record, made. a good im jless'ior .Air Leeson` outlined the ideals and tiraditions of the Labor Party and emphasised its objective of gradual reform. SMr. Sowerbutts spoke on cur rency and banking, and subse que:lt questions on both local and international topics. showed that both questioners and speaker's had a good- rasp of t'hei" subjects. 1-Mr. B. J. Maslen (secretary of thle local branch) spoke of its be ginniin'gs and subsequent growth, and his spirited" appeal for funds bore good results. . I Mr. Maslen's vot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
mac U a a nm nu U nM EU EKE U ? In n n U i EU m ! . U , " I'--? FOR FRESH MILK, AFTERNOON TEAS, HOME .MADE CAKES, ? *m VISIT .. . . iThe WATTLE .CAFEI a ' . -- eoe -- - a 536 BAY STREET. Frankston 37. * K . IN .N E IE SLEO COLLtI NS' i 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. I eiibor of the Council,- Music Tdachers' Asoeciation; Chief IStudy 'fTeacer, Melbourne Cihnservatoriulm. ADDRTESS: "THE STUDIO," Clarendon Street, (facing Dell Road), FRANKSTON Address Correspondence to BOX 101, P.O., FRANKSTON The Secretary will'answer telephone enquiries at the following hours only: Fridays, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m -Saturda'ys, 9 am. to S p.m. 'PHONE: JA4586 MotBor Boats : tFOR HIRE D ALLNTUTT ;;1 JI3oman Street, Mordialloci SiTol. Mord. 273. ;, JENKINS' Radi', Service 590 BAY STREET, 3 DOORS PIER HOTEL. Ph...
LEGION NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
LEGION NEWS The first 'general monthly meet ing of the-new financial year was held in the .C:W.A. Hall;.Franks ton, on.Wednesday, September 6. Although' the attendance was disappointing,"? quite a lot of ground was covered, under ,the capable guidance of the new pre-' :sident, Mr. ' W.- Maishall,* assist ed by Secretary Zuppinger. The" social committee is 1or-. ganising .a jumble sale inz the near future:; in support of the P.O.W. Appeal. Members ask'the public to : support this coming event, as tliel?.cause is a worthy one. The meeting closed just on 10 p.m.,' and. after ..the supper serv-. ed by-' the ladies, the geneial after-meeting .::.discussions :took place: I
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
i. PERSONAL "Much regret was felt here at thle reported death at the Alfred Hospital of Mrs. Moore, wife of Mr. Frank Moore, who, with their family, lived here for some years until recently, when they mov ed to Ringwood. The deceased was highly respected in the dis rEx-Cr. J. Unthank, whose health has riot been satisfaCt r, for some tirie, is noW' a. patient in the Hastings Hospital. _
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP Are you as excited as I am? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FRANKSTON THEA'TRE _GROUP. (B"y "Stargzer") ) ' Are you as excited as I amn? Tonight, fain, hail or snow,:I intend sallying forth to the open ing hight of- "Grand National Night," despite the fact I' know. I'll be there the following two evenings. A. keen sense of anticipation has prevailed ever since : last week-end, when I Watched. pre parations' for the full-dress 're hearsal. I -'should like to tell you about it. The hard-working stage hands were putting the finishing touches to -the' attractive room in which the play takes place; Jerry Mor riss was rushing around going a dozen jobs at once; Conzee Mc Lorinan was still delving into paint pots and "set" furnishings; Reginald Smith and John Fowler were--atop a questionable-looking ladder .arranging the lighting; 1 could hear Norme Collins with Phyl Unswoi'th checking their "props," while Jock McLoririan wa.S having -a sticky time plant ing a remarkable-looking fungus on the face of one of the play ers (he assured ihe it would look...
CHURCH NEWS ST. PAUL'S, FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
CHURCH NEWS ST. PAUL'S ,.FRANKSTON Next Sunday evening the Vicar will give an illustrated.. talk on ,he early Church. The Ladies' Guild members are very 'busy preparing . for their annual bazaar, which Will be: held in the Miechanics' Hall *on' Friday, 14th October.- :: Next Sunday afternoon the or ganist will give a recital in St. Paul's at 3 o'clock.: This will in clude works by Handel, Hylton Stewart, Bach, .Mozart,':Dubois, Schubert, and Rheinberger. C.E.F. Meeting. Although the attendance at Miss Stevens' residence' on Wed nesday last was small, a very enjoyable evening was held. Next' meeting night (Septem ber 21) will be a social. The com mittee ask all membei's to' kind ly' bring, a plate with -them. 'To arrange the programme, for -'this evening a committee meeting will be held at Miss Lois Wells' re sidence in Dandenong Road, next. Friday night.
CAR FOR SISTER "HOLDEN" FOR IMMEDIATE PURCHASE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
CAR FOR SISTER "HOLDEN" FOR IMMEDIATE PURCHASE The Department of Health has approved of a subsidy of £700 for .the purchase of a car for Sister Anderson, in charge of Frankston and Shire Baby Health Centres. On advice received from Gen eral Motors-Hol.en that a Holden car would be available immedi ately, a motion by Crs. Pratt and Wells .that a Holden car be pur chased for the Sister, was carried. An annual transport subsidy will be available after the service is provided. The Council decided to send a letter. bf appreciatibn to the De partment.
RADIO REVIEW Bad Land-Lines Wreck Singers' Reputations [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
Bad Land-Lines Wreck Singers' Reputations Take a tug at your hosiery ABC, or you soon will be having trouble with the overseas 'artists you persist in rushing up and down Australia like, a roller blind. This fact has been brought home to listeners whom publicity attracted to the broadcast con certs of such singers as Elisa beth Schwarzkopf (thank good ness, she's marrying a man by the name of Legge), and Joan Hammond. -Because of their recordings, these voices are famous all over the world. And deservedly so. But, after hearing broadcasts of their concerts, listeners can be excused for thinking of them either as the veriest novices, or old-stagers warbling through their second childhood. I heard Elisabeth Schwarzkopf's first or second Australian concert. It' came, I think, from the Bris bane Town Hall. The voice was muffled and uninspiring, and I began to imagine Miss Schwarz kopf as an "old duck" wh6se re cordings were made in her hey day, this Australian tour being her "swan song....
Why Only One Victorian in M.Q. Final? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
Why Only One Victorian in M.Q. Final ? At the risk of laying myself open to the charge of paroch ialism,',I must deliver a swift one' to Hector Crawford's. "Mobil Quest," the grand fiinal of which is broadcast this week. (Unfortunately, this paper will have gone to press: before the broadcast, which prevents me from covering the grand final as I would like to. But we'll be list ening). The complaint is that it'is bad showmanship to produce a "Mobil Quest" grand final with only one Victorian singer among the six left tb fight for the big money. It could be worse than bad showmanship - it could be the result of bad judging. Can you imagine a grand final of Eddie Balmer's "Parade" .with only one Victorian competitor? Can" you imagine a San Aria grand final 'with only one Vic toriaq in the, line-up? . I can't. And neither can Hec tor Crawford; Dave Worrall, nor the manager of the Vacuum Oil .Company. Neither can you, dear ,reader, nor any other reasonably ;intelligent listener. *. Not-....
ST. BARNABAS', SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
ST. BARNABAS,;' , SEAFOR D. Owing to the prevailing Polid epidemic, the Kindergarten Stin-, day, School on Suriday .afternoon has been suspended temporarily, as a precaution. The morning Sunday .Scho6l vill continue as. usual. It has been decided that the S.S. child ren will present "Christmas Carols" at the prize-giving, early in December.. Last Sunday, special :prayersi were offered for .the work of: the British and Foreign -Bible So ciety, whose work the Vicarl corn-. mended to the congregation..
FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FRANKSTON MIETHODIST At - the Frank:ton Methodist Church next Sunday night, the Rev. J. T. Freeman will conduct a -service of recognition to new m-embers. =Aboutf'tventy will be received including 'ive young ~aval cadets. There will also be five young people baptised dur ing the service. All the mem bers. of -the Church: ae requested to be preselit. Floral Services will be held at Tyabb at 1 "a.m. and Somerville .:t' p.m. Soloists: Mr. and Mrs. L. RLberts. Preacher: Rev. J. T. Freeman. Flower-s will be sent to hospitals.
FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FRANKSTON- METHODYST Following. the request: of . the British and Foreign Bible goicety. that ministers should preach about the. Word, of God,' Rev. J. T. Freeman took. as ,his, text last Sunday morning' at. the Frankston Methodist Church' "The Holy Scriptures. are able 'to make thee wise unto, salvation;' In, the course of it, Rev,? .Free= man said Paul was anxious that Timothy, should set a right value on the Scriptures, hence his ex hortation to 'continue in- the things he had -learnIIed. The.Holy Scriptures referred to :by Paul vere the Law, of Moses, the-Pro phets and the Psalms. .We..are blessed with the New Testam'ent as .Well, .consisting-of£ the :glorious" Aospel. of-:Jesus. tfhe Acts of .the oetters: ad ll the Epi tes. and Letters: , .: