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SILVER BAND APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE OF FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
SILVER BAND APPEAL TO TIHE PEOPL F. ??FtAK .Frankst n' now'. ihcompar ith otheli metropolitan'm areas pe head of population, is i direas er `of an awakening. Many need aistic attenpts to 'make, hedwusi have 'been met with apathy and fthe' 'old feeling "leave it to the c tiler fellow." - In the recent attempt by a ?ew i'iblic-spirited .folk, a Silver Band was, and still is to ifF tion in Frankston. , i fin .:Ir spite of the meagre 'sup. port;, the committee is determined' to carry on; new and youthful nmembers are nct 'going to give in so easily. The antiquated methods in the past to raise funds have: been replaced, yet still no public support. It is to the interest of all resi dents of Frankston to have a .Band. of their own-a Band which in .the future could raise a great amount of money for local chari ties, "which are in urgent need of support. In helping to form a Band, the people would then be helping to support indirectly all other appeals in the future. .7As: - Secretaries of ...
C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
CWA At' the o? ~i.'Con?ty Woeis'?; o ciation's- Handicrafts. Exhibitidn in , the." Lowerei: -IIelbourne .Town. HaLl," Frankston, member Mrs... G. E. Kelljy was awarded "85. points iri :tHe kiiitting -section- 'VIrs. Cresswell, ;-who v:'ion ,the?L''."irkin. Cliip" Sas; formierly ar.. old rriim ber of. ?Rianksti.? brai'ch. ::_' '. ," Mrs.?- ?-Je ' ou. "r -.Presiia,."l
The Standard children's club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
children s club There were so? any.. -entries for .the "i?rd, of ; ,Feather"re eided to award stwoprizes. *·One ,oes -t&o Pznela Walker for I do wish yOU codld all eTiit. :'The colouring fifi~er paint ound the beautifully . print..d .c ..ro sswor. .,art t.ere are SSeafodis the otoher prize vi tih hei er:ye .olourul entry. e ,Bright ~lor??iflg a 'nrd . " r?'ale '?of Two Cities . Snowed under with letters'this ?week aendI had almost tc.n Sit; an unruly mess ofr en?elopes. stamps, entrjies, mnember - are improving very much'~in hLitle m ar regarding riesbut One member furgot again this .week. ::RUTH.
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Successful Gift Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY: Successful aGift Afternoon.:' Iis. Kelsall, of Young Street \as the hostess of a. successfiul Gift Afternoon conducted by .,the Frankston "Community--- Hospital :,Wi men's Auxiliary, last Wednes' ,lay: -Among those present were Mes lames Jolly (President), Keast,. TMcIntosh, Clark, Mesley, Storey, Oates, Bentley, Ho.king, Barber, Sloan and Cameron.' Mrs. -Keast won a box of sta tionery donated .by :Mrs, -Lashlan Mrs M~cIntosh,. O.B:E., - w9as the winner,. of -a. pineapple-leaves guessing. competition 'for a prize donated by Mrs. Hosking. Many useful giftS were received and,' nioney raised for the forth coining Fete at "Pear Trees," in November . A delightful afternoon tea was; served by the,.hdstess. . ;
FRANKSTON PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
- 7:A3KSTON PJE-SCOlOOL C CENTRE. "' On-Friday,..Septeniber;30, ther.e. ;will-'be a market stlln :ii''Bay ~ St 'and cakes, -'scoies, :.ese tablesl jamiis, pickles, and 'tlher deliciefe will'be on sale. A.stoe:.of?c;hill I dren's :;-lothing .will.q . i-I posed of. Gifts of any saleable -articles will be gratefully received. .The. Centre is anxious" 'to m'ak.e this effort a great success, and asks:foir generous support, both to . stock the stall and also to buy goods:j Annual Appeal Previously acknowledged £102 18 Prev. acknowledged £101:18 :6: Mrs. Evans .. . . 1 0 0 Paterson's, Pty. Ltd.? 2 2 0 Mrs. Reynolds. .. 0 0 Total 107 0 6
The Standard TAB[?] TA[?] ABOUT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
........... . . ....U 8 ts t a t |s N \| l ABOUT PEOPL= Miss Anderson, "Bonny' Doon,,' Kars Street, . Frankstbn, . who fractured an ankle .wyhen str.uc; by a car. in Frapilton,;' returned' home on Tuesday after.vo" .veeks in the Community iHospital.:" ''Mr. and Mrs. W.'L'~thfi?i 'iave purchased Mr. Reg. Coxa --i i -ITe. in Olive Grove Fraiksfoh' and intend to reside theri, perm an ,ntly. .? , :.,; » ;. • -· ..: .* .-.* -.' ..w :. ^'- -:o... :The "death was -aninod ced "fth week, 'at HiHurst' 'Bridge, of 'Mrs Hortor, 'wife of Mi.. John Ho?dton, ppropietor dof ' a bakery'' business irin Wells Street, Frankston, anid'a forn ie reiiderit of FFrankstbfr for a,: number "''of years: Mrs: Chip perfield t(Frafikston), is the eldest .'aughter. * . * *' 'Mrs:. Al.f Whyte, of Cranbourne Road, *,Frainkston, sustained sev ere .and painful: injuries recently when a clothes-line broke*' while she was. hanging out the *clothes.: 1ihe :heavily-~weiglted' wire: fell iros.'s-' her 'nose, and Tinflicted...
SHIRE'S TRIBUTE TO CR. KLAUER Services as President Recorded in Minutes. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
SHIRE'S TRIBUTE TO CR. KLAUER Services as President Recottded in Minutes. The Shire President (Cr. Cat penter) at, Friday's Council meet ing, said he regretted that he ihi omitted, at the previous CoTheil meeting, to move that the. ` r. vices of Cr. Klauer, as Presidett, during the previous year, be tre corded, in the minutes. Cr. Kliauer had done a very fine job as l]Pi sident, said. Cr. Carpenter, and he (the speaker) now moved acCord ingly. SCr. Webb secofided the motion, which was carried unanimously.. Cr. Klauer,. in responding, thanked the Councillors for their tribute, and said it was a great thing to know he had given sat i-faction in carrying out such, a high office. He had been a little hit nervous at the start, whet it was expected there would be '. Royal visit. 'He had done his ut most and now sincerely thanked Councillors. officers, and rate payers for their support and co operation. The job as presidenit had always been a pleasureeto him, and something .he- would: Al w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
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FLINDERS CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
FLINDERS CAMPAIGN As announced in last week's edition, we are pton viding approximately eight inches of space in our nets columns each week for eath candidate until the date 6f the Federal election. It should not be necessary to add that this, of course, will not apply in the case of a Communist candidate being in the field. No Communls tic election propaganda will be publicised in these cot iuns. Weekly articles oh behalf of candidates must bear the authorising signa ture of a representative of the candidate. Readers will know, if ,a candidate is not receiving publicitty in these columns, it is not due to any lias on the part -of thle paper, but solely t6i? the' neglect of. the candi ,date's campaign conunittee.
FRANKSTON MOTOR-CYCLIST INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
FRANKSTON. MOTOR-CxYCLSST INJURED Mr. David Pullen, 23, of -Blayne, Street, Frankston received hexad injuries and a fractured arm whcn his 'motor-cycle collided 'with a .:ar on the Nepean Highway at; Mordialloc on Saturday night. Members of the, Hospital Com mittee present were Mcesrs. Hosking; Morton;, Wal: Jones, Sy nionds, and Eadie. '-Dr. ind Mrs. Akeroyd Tepres ciited th~ lCSL': ' '. , Mr. E. Clarke, of :Hastings, was the capable :M .C., and special thanks.are due to 'all those who I graciously helped.
The Standard Editorial EDITORIAL PAGE FEAT[?] COMM[?]Editorial Thursday, September 29, 1949. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
ýý ,EPAGIE..#AL EAT St~a da--- PAGE o Editorial Thursday. September 29, 1949. Even financial" experts ..cannot guarantee the final result of :the. devaluation of Empire currency - a devaluation forced on B":.British people by Wall.Street: financiers. We should not blame American people for' this haid bargain. They too will suffer because they ,must lose a big slice .of their export trade they ,must imnport more, English goods, which added togethe e will cause wholesale iunemrploymenta in U.S.A Yet straigely enough, whilst :U:S A.-is °in-the-forefront of the fight against Communism, its Governmtent pei:irits .its financiers to bring about a result which can only mean added strength to the Com imunists in that coutry Unemployment breeds Comunists and America faces al . t?lc tunenployiien' . problem. Mr Menzies delivered a dine, irformative; address in theiHouse of Represendatives on te Subjetlast'Wednesday MiVr Dedman congratulated him on 'liis contribution to the debate (pity there i...
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS. New gguestsi at Grande Hotel, Frankston are Dr. J. A. 'Jroup (f'ormer Champion" State athlete) with Mrs: Troup and daughter:. Ioslyn, of Bendigo; Miss E. M. Gill (Olinda);, Mr. and Mrs. A. Winton (Camberwell); Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lane (Wangaratta); Mr. and Mrs. G. Sharpley (Tas mania); Mr. and Mrs. W..Halsslal·; (Adelaide); Mr. and Mrs. R. D.. Polkinghorne (Adelaide);. Mr. 1 and Mrs. L. F. Stewart (Surrey Hills); Mrs. E. and Miss L. Mar'-ii shall. (South Yarra). - i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
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GO SHOPPING WITH LABOR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
GO SHOPPING WITH LABOR On December 10, the Australi housewife will be oi Australian -shopping for the kind hof png ernment she believes will best. suit the- country and herself ,the..next .three years. Labor will accept her judgment, and awaill her decision with confidence. ts Two Shops - One with Goods, One with Slogans. Labor is in the happy position of having an attractive shop win dow, and an excellent record of service to the public. Only one opposition shop-keeper is in sigh! -an uneasy partnership with an empty- shop, plastered with signs "Don't buy his goods." Already Liberal-Country Party politicians have spent thousands of 'pounds telling electors that they don't want Socialisation. It is worth while remembering that when the public want something important done well, they always turn to socialisation. When Only the Best is Good Enough. SWe socialised the roads when we- got tired of paying tolls. We have socialised education because it is too important to be left to privat...
Week's Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
ek's Arrangeinients the publication of the "Standard" nd Jubilee edition next Wednesday, nary to bring the closing time for s copy forward 24 hours for next vertisers and news correspondents t all copy must be at the "Standard" than 6 p.m. on. next :Monday. To g this a bumper paper news. con asked to make a special effort- to ems, and good reports, and to have thout fal.ffceon or before-6 p.nm. thout fail.
"[?] Government is Passing the Buck" [?] Council Majority's Indignant Protest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
ovent Passing if 'Buck .. . ;. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .? .. . . . . . . , Scouncil Majority's In.dignant -rorest St prote t heard at Frankston Council time s tha t voiced against the State y' Council meeting, agax.Sat the pro permit mu icipal Councils to increase the 3/- to 5/- in the pound. A big ma council ors present voiced or agreed criticism, a using the State Government of by a.defin'te move to force more and more bilities on to the shoulders of municipal ti's mot .ns that the State Government the Chief Secretary and local member, eouncil views with considerable dis amendme it to the Act, and that every ve this sec ion deleted from the Bill, was division, ten votes to three.. introduced I meeting, proposed is the Bill en moved test. Cr. er to in-. would give m. he thought ve by the move some responsibil- I Sshoulders Smunicip Bill was going to Sthe bur a whole, Ihe shoul b. r! I that they legislation, i favorably taxpayers, to adminis mid, should was defi the wedge s of ...
TOWN HALL FIRST STEP FOR 1000 SEATING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
TOWN HALL FIRST STEP FOR 1000 SEATING Important decisions were made -t a meeting of Frankston Shire Town Hall Committee last week. Present: Crs. W. R. J. Klauer, M. C. Tomnasetti. D. H. Fowler, F. *H. Wells, J. L. Pratt, H. Firth, and C. T. Coates. Apo'ogies were re ceived from Crs. J. K. Carpenter and G. V. Hirst. The 'following committee re commendations were adopted at Friday's meeting: The Shire Architect, Mr. A. C. Leith, -produced a sketch plan ;ho'vine that Frankston's present and. future Town Hall require mne-ts ,,c o u 1 d be conveniently olaced on the land proposed to be made available, i.e., the pre sent site of Offices and Depot, to sether with the two adjoining re sidential properties to the State School boundary. Three-Part Scheme. 1. Mr. Leith be asked to - pre pare a scheme for the erection of Town Hall and Offices in three 'taxes, the first part of such scheme to provide for the erec tion of a hall with approximately 800 to 1000 seating (including dress. circle) wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949
A Final Remi nder 4r The Diamond Jubilee Anniversary edition of, Sthe Frankston "Standard" will be on sale at your newsagent on Wednesday next. It is hoped to * r have the "Standard" on sale at the two Frankston Newsagencies and at Seaford' at 3 p.m. that day, ? and at other newsagcncies later, allowing a neces- * , sary lapse of time for transport., , 4 j OLSEN'S G AR AGE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY of 10 -10 PANEL. VANS at our ShouiToonms Melbourne Road, Phone: 101