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THOSE WHO DIED

Those who were killed in the A.N.A. plane disaster near Perth on Monday night

were:—

PASSENGERS

Mr. V. C. Anquetil, of Wills Street, Glen Iris, Melbourne, assistant manager of the Charles Moore Read Co., Prahran. Sur- vived by his wife.

Miss Doris Margaret McHenry, of Evans Street, Port Melbourne, an employee of the Shell Oil Co. She was returning from a holiday

in Perth.

The Rt. Rev. C. Murray, Bishop of the Riverina, of Bishop's Lodge, Hay, N.S.W.

The Rev. Norman Blow, Dean of Newcastle, of The Deanery, Newcastle.

Miss McDougal, of Outram Street, West Perth.

Mr. S. Carmichael, of Harvest Road, North Fremantle.

Mr. D. N. Engler, of Westbury Crescent, Bicton. He was secre- tary of the Pioneer Bus Co.,

Perth.

Master J. Engler, 13, of West- bury Crescent, Bicton.

Mr, Pedro Capelete, 57-year old Spanish seaman, of the Ade- laide Steamship Co. He was re- turning to Newcastle because he became ill while his ship was at Fremantle.  

Mr. Tan Jee Hoe, Chinese student, who arrived in Perth on Saturday to study in Melbourne.

Mr. T. R. Graham, of Broome Street, Cottesloe, 41, single, em- ployee of the Bank of Australasia. He had been promoted to the in- spectors branch in Melbourne.

Mr. S. Baker, 53, of Ferdinand Grove, Balmain, and c/o Ampol Petroleum Co Sydney

Mr. V. Finegan, of Balgowlah Road, Balgowlah NSW, and c/o Siemens (Aust ) Pty Ltd

York Street, Sydney He was regarded as a world authority on electric traction and had been completing a job for the West Australian Railways

Mrs. J. W. Morrison, of Bun- daring Parade, Swanbourne, W A

Mrs. G. Haese and infant, of Bagots Road Subiaco, Perth

Mr. R. K. Douglas, of Kala- munda, W A, was on way to motor industry conference in

Adelaide

Mr. G. H. Simpson, 26, of Wickepin

Mrs. Ilona Borszeki and infant, Northam Migration Camp

Mr. Stanislaw Pawloski, Nor- tham Migration Camp

Mr. Joseph Boklak, Northam Migration Camp

Mr. Lazio Orszag, Northam Migration Camp  

CREW

Captain Robert James Chapple, 39, of Beach Street Frankston married

First Officer Raymond Harris Willis, 25, of Beaver Street, Es-

sendon married

Second First Officer Victor Maurice Trevitt, 29, Centre Road and View Street, Clayton, mar- ried, with two children

Hostess Margaret Alison Eliza- beth Britton, 23, stationed in Adelaide She had been an air hostess for 4½ months

Hostess Jean Winsome. Graham, 22, of Port Pirie, SA Had been with ANA since April 1948

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