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[?]CH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

ICH NEWS Va-r Id a k of Sthe the ored der. Ares 00 able 40 "e fil. oer gin h, 10o outh over joil Fri rank par ch of They ter of ppre-f Guide d ac evelop coril. e de- ' f the t istry, rt of 1 The J! terial. tihrist r Ith. r t .the .t d bf a the n h last ( ilook. a ivity, are re pnar - dying. every. saidch. r I' on theof io 'ofd - ark-a ve're- " onera -every ..p said,. b in the -a d on eedom shall. c and rein, g world power, A ne so, istian-1 o liberty e re de- b citizen wealth, F prim rought k ancipa leliver es the J at the lished oompts, .e., the lich . is Sand. soul C d en- C erested e igotry .o many. t, d that a eful of p t they y otly of ortuni- h reduc- ja the as- la leneral, bh be an erty of p there- p 0n. lion is ds not ! siaging f ether tl as to t the I *· iee; :S~g

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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GOLD [?] INTER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

GOLD I, Much by the week's activiliei cate to i ties on North, ar peninsul In next dard will tails of resident a PenisuLa here; He gold ddn

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OBITUARY MR. BENJAMIN LUTHER BUFFINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

OBITUARY 31R. BENJAtBUN LUTHER : •BUFFINGTON Mr. Benjamin Luther Buff inton, who died at the Frankston Comnunity Hospital, was a well .knowni Frankston resident. Sym pathy is extended to his wife, two daughters, and four sons., One .daughter pre-deceased hinm. The funeral took place on 23rd September, and was well attended Rev. J. T. Freeman read the burial service at Frankston Cemetery. Messrs. Hector Gamble and Son conducted the. funeral.

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YOUNGER SET BALL Successful Function at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

YOUNGER. SET .BALL .. -uccessful Function at' Frankston The first Annual' Ball 'of the Frankston Community Hospital's Younger Set was held in the Mechanics' Hall last Friday night, under the auspices of-the Younger.! Set. a The hall was tastefully 'decora-I ted with streamers, shrubs and' flowers.. The shrubs were kindly ent by Mr. Linton, of Grange Rd.,. Frankston. . The dance music wvas supplied 3y Mt's. Cook's Orchestra, from Somerville, and ' David Warn crooned several numbers with the orchestra. During' the evening a "Belle of the :Ball" dance, "the Tangoette, was' held. It was vion by Miss Margaret Crowder (Frankston), who was a dainty figure in shot. taffeta, with: pink-", net' over skirt, and pink . net stole. This dance whs. judged by Mrs. Ak eroyd and' Mrs. B. Talbot. An excellent sunper was rerv by the ladies.' During suipper, the. birtliday cake was, cuti ,.by~ the president, Mis .'S);it. . ;AF, handbag, 'donated "'by" 'M?Mr Liviacky, aof. the Cartner?-;Bagf C? Melbourne...

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FRANKSTON COURT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

XFRANKSTON COURT, Cases heard on Tuesday before Mir. Wade, S.M., Mr. Ashdown, and Mrs. Hartley Watson, J.'sP. Unlicensed Motor- Cyclist. S"For riding a motor cycle, with Sout being licensed, a young man who met with an accident, and is sitill on crutches was fined £1. No Lights nor Number. Plates.. SA motorist was ,fined £l for not ihhaving a rear light showing. :-Failure to have a front number :plate cost a motorist a £2 fine. :.'Chance Chanced It . Friederick Chance, Moorooduc, who did not appear on this occa ion,.and was fined £10 at Franks 'l.:to Court on 16th August, for llegally' using i car, has not paid the ! fine.: The S:M.: ordered one' .,mbnth's imprisonment. if fine is ,not?phid fortithwith.

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ROVER SCOUTS' STALL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

' IROVER S'OUTS" STALL. On :-Septeiilber."9:.- the Rover Scoruti? Cominittee ?'conducted a stall at Osbiornie'?:TIouse, and al though li'- ?veatheri was not the iest;": the': stall? .:was, veiy well patronised?' and :tthe ,very pleasing sum of £3O/7/3' was .raised. The Committee exteiids its sincere thanks to Mrs. "Kinmpton," who gra ciously alToded ':tlie ,use, of her property. - On Friday, October.7, .another stall. will be condu~ted at Osborne House ,.an.d it ivill again be well stocked;' especflillyi with home 'nade, jams, pickles, and cakes. This Will .be the final effort for the Rover-to-Noi'ray Fund, .which w\:ilf tlien ,close,' As soon as .possi ,blet fully auiiite'd statement w'ill Sbe pub lihihled' any aycopiy forwarded' ;to .all ~hol lelped:in any .ay to make' possible tie: Attendance' of two Franlkstoni Rove'r Scouts at `the ,Interinatioiial ,T Rover Scout

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

S* * *At YOUR WOI4LD IS A FAMILYI ITS AFFAIRS MAKE?-YOUR' BIG NEWS-; T IE IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN NEWS! Read THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR -.The Newslpaper that .KEEPS YOU COMPLETELY INFORMED. Acclaimed by Famous Men and Women. Address rTO' Chrristlaw S.ienc PuabfriAlna SJocity. A-.,utratian & ,eVr. Zaltand Burem. SUBSCRIPTION RATES 46 Pitt Strr?t, Sydnae. ON APPLICATION aIaiaaaWWWuWWWaWWWWWWa·angmauanagaggaa SPECIAL ! " : BARGAIN SALE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ! . , FROCKS - SHORTS - SLACKS - BLOUSES : =: SPRING AND SUMMER-sR PORTSW EAi . U . . ._-.(,Aillb :Leadingi. anufacturer) :=r m YOUR- OPPORTUNITY TO.PURCHASE TTIE * BEST AT..GREATLY REDUCED UCEDPRICES !: ,S "EE THE M- .AT ? ! Peninsula WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR . 53B .,WLLS ,STREET, . RANKSTQN . a Phone 815 ° Sn mm Um mmmm U m U U m Em E m mm m Um Emm m1m m...um Dressmaklig, Cuttin s illusrated, 3-Pece Set, SEVE E made from Courtald Swami HOUSal .our, Interlok Yarn 25/6m. Cct. Qu* lit* Glove Silk Set 3** A O COLOURERSD BATH T0W 374 LIT...

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Arson Alleged PEARCEDALE YOUTH FOR TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

Aron~ Alleged PEARCEDALE YOUTH FOR TRIAL John Wilkes, a young man, of Pearcedale, who pleaded guilty, was committed for trial at Frankston Court, on Tuesday, on a charge of having, unlawfully and maliciously set fire to a building, the property of Cecil Samuel Winter--Cooke, farmer, of 'North Road, Pearcedale. . Evidence was given by Winter Cooke that accused was employed by him as a general farm hand, since 8th August. The property destroyed by fire was an out building and haystack, valued at £350. The building coritained 2 ewes and 5 lambs being prepared for the Royal Show, also a set of harness, an auto scythe and other goods. Evidence w*as~ gieive 'by 'AIex ander Hamilton (Acting Manager for Winteir-Cook while the latter 1was in Hospital), also' Detectives Lambourne and Senior Constable Burgoyne "as' to the' building and stack. being burned down, and sheep carcasses found in the for fler. Detective Lambburne gave evi dence of an. alleged confession by. Pccused that he had burned...

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CRICKET FRANKSTON - GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

CRIC KT: FRANKSTON = GLENHUNTLY ASSOCIATION The first round of '"home' and home matches :commences on Saturday' October ".. Following is-. bthe draw ,with' umpires' names. FIRST GRADE : Chelsea v. Highett (A 'Bur row, Stephens): Mooorabbin v. Mordillo Gra ver, Hard). ' ' Parkdale :v. Seaford n(Simp son, Meckiff). Mentone v. Cheltenham'i (Wat; ion). •o) SECOND GRADE (North Section) : Highett v. Moorabbin Band 1 (McKenzie).. . Heatherton v. Moorabbinri 1. Moorabbin Band:: 22 v. Beau-. naris (Isaacs). . Cheltenham.:,v. Moorabbin: 2 Heath). SECOND GRADE " (South Section) Editlivale 'V. Chelsea "(Paynie), Mordialloc ' v. .Aspendale Hogan.) Seaford v. Parkdale (Lloyd); Carrum "v. Mentone (Bennett). .THIRD GRADE Parkdale 1 v. :Heatherton. Chelsea v. Ch'eltenhamn. St. Matthews v.= Parkdale --2. Moorabbin • v. -Carrum: UNDER 16. GRADE' Mordialloc v. Seaford. Frankston v. Cheltenham. Carrum .v. Mientone. Highett v. . Parkdale." Moorabbin v..'.iChelsea. `.: • A good: night .is" assured "at .he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

ford Theatre Theatre-Phone: ChelseaW 1 y, SEPT. 30, OCT. t. SMADLEINE CARROLL,L t NA, •Jn DAVID NIVEN; ? t CAU3REY SMITH. EROF ZENDA '?fr Generai glhlbittlon. ING GLORIA GRAfHAME,..::" t JARMAN, Jn. : . GHSHOD able for Adults ly ' On al, Fox ?ews .. DAY, 5th OCTOBER, TONE, JANET BLAIR., yE TROUBLE, MOND, BARBARA .REED' = DOW RETURN?S" : ulable for General Ex'lbltlo . -t ort, Fox News. ATURDAY, OCT. 7 & 8 : ¶VANDA HENDRIX, BARRY : , D, MONT.Y WOOLLEYi.. LOCK'S M'I L L I'O S" JEAN HEATHER, RALPH- '; CAROL THURSTON, &. TEXAS RANGERS:. ST ROUND-UP ' table for General Exhibition.' . ' lal, Fox News. CT IONEER . , REAL ESTATE, LAND AND MISSION' AGENTS. AND' MORNINGTON :i'.. ;i, ton 557 or 14; M'ton 211" EVERY FOURTH: MONDAY ' .SHEEP AND. CATTLE: POULTRY,' ALVES AND SUNDRIES Sales a. Specialty , YOUNGHUSBAND LTD., Woolbrokers TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY. ANDY " AN ."I OP VALUE. CONSULT AM, at Frankston .or Morningtori & HAY PTY. LTD.. - GENERAL HARDWARE MERCHANTS 'VRKS AN...

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FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES Z: Thursday;. September` 22 ';was 18 holes bogey.:: Mrs.- H ..-August (4 down)' was ,the winner;: Mrs.: Tucker (5 ::down):; and `Miss. M. Masters (5 down) were equnllsec? Saturday, September ;:'24, w:as 18 holes stroke, ivith a a:secret: 9 holes.. Mrs. R. Power (nett 386) was the winner: Miss Margaret Masters:- w.onthe "A" Grade :cliamniionshipl from` Mrs; T. Kennedy:' .Mrs. :H.. August won the minor chiampionship from' Mrs: M. Gamble; SMembers: are pleased. 'to wel come Mrs. I. Evans back into the club, ater'. her trip'abroad.: Members are asked ,to please note that --President's Day:: is Thursday :OctoberS6i i 'An: aniual picnic is. to ,be..'hel on.a date- .b e .: .t... - e?

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8th SECURITY LOAN Quota Not Yet Filled. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

: 8th, SECURITY LOAN Quota Not Yet Filled. -'Frankston still needs many imore applications 'for Eighth Seer? uirity ' Loan; Bonds before October 20, the closing date of the loan, if it is to fill, its quota of £37, 500 So far oilly £6,840 has beehi subt scribed , . Intending :..investors should niiark their., applications 'credit Frafinkston."

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"LAST END—BE UP" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

B up! Be: ip!' The dawn breaks clear,: ?, Another day is born, When yoi,.may, don your creams and shoesL. :'And -?eet upon the lawn. Be For on' the green, young men and old. , Are out..to try their skill; They study staixce; and green, and pace, ..And hope thatithen they will The leader lays the mat with care, He sends the kitty down; Hi';bowls'; aree short, he's out of touch; .?.Hisbrowsi meet in a frown. Be The scorer's next :man. for, his teamni. SIwa.nait oneshere!"'-says Skip. The bowls- he :plays are three feet short.: _ :'Why don't you. take my tip? Be Then for his side the measurer sends,. .Wrongjblas going down". With, one. accordi the ;crowd :yell "'You're', fined, a half-a-crown'!" The: game .Tgoes .on; the.ends are changed;;. - - For ;nowthe: skipper tries. He. -must?- do,-something - six against .,. So: hereu.letime advise: Be up! 'He l?hs .the last bowl. of the match, The score 'against lim, eight. A ::still smill' voice within him cries: .Yo.u'vyleft it'rather late!" ...

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TOP-NOTCH ATHLETE; TOPNOTCH PIANIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

TOP-NOTCH' ATIHLETE; TOP S.:: :. *i NOTICH'I-PIANIST Lotsi'oft music, lots of travel. a 'itt?e' snort. Th9at; is .the life, man ped. oat. for .herself .by, 2 6-year-old. MIicheline:- Ostermneyer,- (writes Edgar Joubeit in-. "World ?ports.," ) ,-?- , -..,{ , ',, ,;-;. ,, ,. SYou'k may,. remember,-that Mich elin6ewon' both-.Discis and Pat ting; the~ weight' events and fin .'shed ?third-: inr:the.High Jump in the London, Olympiad.: What you io riot know is that she. is, too. n .the' way toibecoming ,one of ihe ,most putstanding, pianists in Tran'e, . r,. riheline, Who -iis- a great grand-niece of ,Victor Hugo,, had iher"flrst piano.lesson at 2" years *of age,,andcshe gave her first full cale piano .recital .atl .the age of t2. Although Ml1e::;;, Ostermeyer .has 18 Firehch spoi-ts'records to her name, as well 'asthree Olym ;ic. Medbals;port, iwas- No. 1 pri 3rity enly 'last "year;- and what ..elighted.her more :than any of ter, sporting -'ac:hievements was .hat' she j gined fifstl prize...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

Parnell's Jw Ltd. FOR ALL ES OF WATCHES CLOCKS A ERY REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED" ",5-72 BAY, STREET, FRA-NKSTON PHONE: '360 You CAN Get Delivery of AUSTIN Cars and Trucks ORDER NOW. DELIVERIES: A40 SALOONS,...... .... Approximately 3 months. A70 SALOONS ........ Approximately 4 months. UTILITIES .... ... .... Approximately 2 months. HEAVY. DUTY, 2-3 and 4-5 TON TRUCKS. ABOUT SIX WEEKS FROM DATE OF ORDER. Now for the new AUSTIN. SEE- : FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX, BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 Dandenong Road, Frankston. 'Phone 55. We Don't Broadcast But we find things out.! . CORBETT'S S (Late A.I.P.) Advice- Givenr Free on Secret ,Divorce. Investigations-iMissin,. Frlends,-Traced`' a Foun Found; Persons Watched?Da piNgh ::317 COLLINS.,STREET i E i 55 " " ~ttsntx, _ slvhan MoNce the world's' PLUJS newspoper - THE CHRISTI/N SCIENCE MONITOR. You will find yourself one of the best-informed petsons in your community on world affairs when you read this 'world-wide daly newspaper regularly. You will gain...

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QUESTION AND ANSWER IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

ANS ER I "Mr. Ryald.-1 a add s ques ti'on' to 'the Mntinistei '"for rinmmigra tion relating to Somers camp.. Can the ith?iiter state the nuinher and types of " thigkaitts .who will lie ac ormmnodated ttere .:. Are their services' to" b'e.: made' available ocdlly''or a're they to be '" held ther'e; "only temporarily pending lteir.'traisfer'. to other districts? f .the latter: is the case, what pay ments do those migrants receive when in. camp, and, who is respon sible:.fdr spch' paymenrts? --? M. Calwell.---Genrally, Som ers camp 'can be-described as what we call a 'holding, camp for women and children.- It will take at least 700 persons, and we hope to build up;its capacity to 1(fOO;, and, per haps, as the honorable member for Balaclaya suggests,. up to 1500. The honorable member for .Bala clava w'as a..coinmafiding officer lierein the Air Force iii the days when the camp. was'.ayvery large Air Force establlishment. We Want to employ ;some migrant miale labor .in-that :iarticular di...

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STOLE "BILLY'S" THUNDER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

STOLE "BILLIY'S THUNDER . -Mr.,, William Morris' ('Billy' )7 Hughes did not have .;all ;:the Australian limelight a,.b.a- :ou4' Hughes' ?birthdays this i month:\ :'rankstoni's "Grand Old ?Mah,"` Ir:. Hughes,; of 64 William Street, F'rankston,;: .has . just :'celebrated. -is. 90th'- birthday. -The St'?dard; has -asked- the Federal V-Memlber,f .Ir.. Rlyan ;MIH.R., to confirni; the umor.- from Canberra; .,: that, vhen::'Billy" was inform'ed' about is thunder-stealer, at .Frankston, he veterai .statesman -shouted .in. he Parliamentary 'lobbies,: "NowI vhere' tlhie:blithering. bl'azes< did e. come' from' .:

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Let's Write a Letter TO THE MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

TO 'TIIE MINISTER iFOR, IIslIIGRATION, M1ELBOUIRNE. Dear Mr ."Calwell, Whilst the reasoni for your Department's decision that New Australians inust .spend to' years': engaged on work specified by the Government is ?eadily. understood, the parlous state of the. ibuilding industry! mfust imerit special consideration. Maybe :there r?re capable carpenters, bricklayers, plumbers, etc., among these' men -who. are engaged .on pick and ?shovel work who could minakie '.a valuable conttributiion: to the nation's building pro gramme long before :the. expiration of their two year's proba tioit. WiVe found such a imanlie: had been a builder in Poland working on a stiett trench in Cheltenham.. -e. are not criticis ing you- or your Department-don't imagine that-because no one could.possibly give you anything else but the highest praise "fore ,your, Immgration .programme. iYours, etc., i r "THE )STANDARD."

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HASTINGS BALL Miss Judy Gomm Chosen as "Belle." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

;HASTINGS. BALL Miss' Jildy Gomm Chosen as "Belle." '?;k.Frankston Community Hospit ali-.Younger Set "Belle of the Ball" was :held at Hastings on '22nd September, in aid of Miss June Osterlund, candidate for the Miss Australia Quest. The music was ::supplied by Cook's Orches tra, Somerville. Mr. David Warn, of: Hastings, entertained with several crooning numbers. : The Bell of the Ball was Miss Judy Gomm (of Somerville), who . very Ikindly donated her prize,' of one guinea back to the Younger Set.,Miss Gomm wore a chairming off the shoulder white organdie ,frocl, and is now' able to iappear in'the "Belle of Belless" a't Dandenong. The judges were Miss Lee and Mrs. Sibeirs, of the Mary' Lee 'Dancing School, Mt. Mairtha. Thele Mary Lee School also gave, a very entertaining ex hiibition of the Rhumba, Samba, and.` the Sambalita. : ,.Mr; Eric Clarke, of Hastings, :was -the -very capable M.C. * A:,bed" jacket donated by Mrs. Bowman, of Frankston, was won by .Mrs.. K. Crow, of Red Hill. A...

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"THE PEOPLE'S MUSIC" DANDALOO STARSON OCT. 9th [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 29 September 1949

!' THE: ·PEOP LESi MUSIC" DA1NDALUO0 STARS ON OCT. Oth On SulndLty, Octobel Oth,..it 2.30 p.m., Dandailoo Decentra. lised. Enterprises "(by -arrange ment with 'Greater Union Theatres Ltd.) will open the 1949-50 season (weather per mitting) at the B3lden-Powell. -Drive rendezvous with an enmi nent company of city musical .stars, in aid of the Fraunkston R.S.L. Distress Fund. Special and definite, engage ments are: Tiny Douglas and: his State Orchestra,. in conjuniction with well-known artists Frank Rich (variety entertainer)i' ,Osie Dempsey (comedian), Ken ,White (impersonator), Willialm Laird (popular baritone), "and ,Joan Ham (brilliant soprano);. Special bus services will tun tod' Dandaloo from Frankston'i. rilw-ay station. . Eighty gusts attended the: Buff? et Dinner given .by -.,_Surgeon Rear-Admiral and.Mrs. W J:.J, Carr the Hotel -Windior '.to :,"elebrite the 21st Birthd;ay of thei diaugh" ter Gillia

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