DR. NEWMAN MORRIS TO
SPEAK IN SYDNEY
Dr. Newman Morris of the Austra- lian Red Cross Society, who recently went to Britain and America tor con- sultation with Red Cross in those
countries, will address a meeting in Sydney on June 25, at 3.30 p.m., »t the Hotel Australia. This was an- nounced at th» divisional council meeting yesterday
Representatives of branches, mem-
bers of the divisional council, and re- presentatlves of other organisations have been invited to attend.
Tip Tree Red Cross Convalescent Home for women personnel of the
Services at Strathfield is to be called
the "Eva Hordern" home as an ap- preciation of the outstandlng services rendered by Mrs. Hordern to Red Cross since and during the last war.
Klppilaw, the home for women officer patients at Leura, will take 12 officers on June 28. and the official
opening will be arranged for a later date
The Country Women's Association camouflage netting centres throughout New South Wales have made 264,430 camouflage nets in the last two years. This was announced at the second birthday party of the headquarter* centre, held last night at 242.Georgs
The liaison officer between the mili- tary authorities and the C.W.A.. Cap- tain Dickson, told the workers that voluntary net-makers had not only saved the country an expenditure of £300,000, but as well had saved very many lives.