ANDERSON (nee Taylor). - To Joan and Les-a daughter (Kaye Frances). (Both well.)
BELL (Mackay).-On November 8, at Baxter House, Geelong, to Jean and Laurence - a daughter (Robvn Jean). (Both well.)
BISHOP (Symes). - On Novem- ber 3. at Port Fairy, to Dorothy and Eric - a son (Peter William).
COLQUHOUN (Parsell).-On No- vember 9, at St. George's, Kew, to Pat and Ern-a son. (Both well.)
GILBERT (Lobban).-On Novem- ber 8, at Euroa B.N H., to Shirley and Roy-a daughter.
HAWTING_On November 9. at St. George's Hospital, to Clarice and Dick-a daughter. (Both well.)
KEENAN.-On November 1, at St. Luke's, Sydney, to Phyllis and John (late of New Guinea)-a son (Clive Phillip).
KERR (Cook). - At Mooroopna Base Hospital, to Isabel and Stan -a daughter (Isabel Eleanor). (Sister for Jenny and Billy.)
NOBLE (Gregory).-On October 29, at Maffra District Hospital, to Jean and Mack-a son (Gregory Thomas Mackley). (A brother for Heather.) (Both well.)
REYNOLDSON (Rita Thomas) - On November 8. at Penzance pri- vate hospital, Numurkah, to Rita and Len-a daughter (Ruth Emily). (Both svell.) (Thanks to Dr. Ed wards and Penzance staff.)
WHITEHEAD (Smith).-On No- vember 6, at Margaret Coles, to Marie and Bill-a daughter.
. RUBY WEDDING
LONG-ATTWOOD_Mr. and Mrs. G. Long announce the 40th an- niversary of their wedding, cele- brated at the Baptist Church, Shep- parton, on November 11, 1914, by Rev. Talbot, assisted by Rev. W. Thomas. (Present address, 1287 High street. Malvern.)
ALLISON-On November 10, at private hospital. Violet Mabel, be- loved wife of Leonard Charles, of 14 The Crofts. Richmond, and loved mother of May (Mrs. Taylor), Stella (Mrs. Lucas), Martin, Bert, Ronald, Keith. Wilma (Mrs. Lang- ridge), and Bonnie (Mrs. Gillin), aged 67 years. -At rest.
ATCHISON.-On November 9. at Sidea. New Guinea, Francis Gregory, loved father of Marjorie (Mrs. Frank Cahill). Joseph. Fr. Martin (M.s.C). Gregory, Peter, and Bar- bara (Mrs. Michael Fitzgerald), late of 200 Barker's road. Hawthorn. -Requiescat in pace.
BANKS. - On November 8. at Heidelberg House, Alice Margaret. loved sister and sister-in-law of Frank and Lilian, loved aunt of Kevin, Carmel, and Marie. -Re- quiescat In pace.
BEADLE. - On November 8, at Perth, William (Bill) Henry Darling- ton, D.C.M., M.S.M., J.P., 3rd A.F.A.. First A.I.F., beloved hus- band of Victoria, loving father of Jean (Mrs. R. Quarrill). Dorothy (Mrs. G. Cargeeg),' father-in-law Ron and Gordon.
BERTINO.-On November 9, Santo Bertino, of 11 Centennial avenue, West Brunswick, beloved husband of Stefano, and loved father of Grazia (Mrs. G. Natoli), Lena (Mrs. A. Giacobbe), and Maria (Mrs. S. Gandolfo), aged 61 years. -Requiescat in pace.
BRETT.-On November 10. at her home, 33 Laverton street, Williams town. Violet Florence Maude, be- loved wife of Harry C. Brett, and loving mother of Harry (deceased). Violet (Mrs. L. David),' Lillian (Mrs. M. Parkes), and George, aged 77 years. -To know her was to love her.
CALDWELL_On November 10, Ethel Annie, of 30 Faircroft avenue, Glen iris, beloved wife of Walter Thomas dearly loved mother of Ronald, Hazel, Walter. John, and Coralie (deceased).
CINNAMON.-On November 7. at Epworth Hospital. Liba, loving wife of Benny, devoted sister of Eva (Mrs. Michael Guss). sister in-law of Michael, dear aunt of Joseph. Morris. and Hannah.
DEW.-On November 10 (sud- denly), at Geelong, Ralph George (late of Inglewood). dearly loved husband of Mabel Agnes Dew, of 86 Aphrasia st,, Geelong, and lov- ing father of Peter and Robert, aged 49 years.
DEW.-On November 10 (sud- denly), at Geelong, Ralph George, dearly loved brother-in-law of Eric and Elva Gonsal, and loved uncle of Judith and Marlaine.
DOLLING.-On November 8, at his parents' residence, William Andrew, dearly loved elder son of William and Hilary Dolling, of 16 Canberra road, Toorak, and loved brother of James (deceased), aged 12 years. (Privately cremated, No- vember 10.)
FINEARTY-On November 9 (passed peacefully away) Isabel, dearly loved mother of Marjorie, and devoted nana of Nell and Robin.
FLANNAGAN.-On November 10. at private hospital. Ballarat, Mary Flannagan, of Evansford, loved daughter of the late Michael and Margaret Flannagan, and loving sister of John (deceased). James (deceased). Margaret (Mother Per- petua, deceased). Anne (Mrs. Shlngler). Ellen, Thomas (deceased), and- Patrick, aged 81 years. -Rest in peace.
FLANNAGAN.-On November 10, at private hospital. Ballarat, Mary Flannagan, of Evansford, dearly beloved cousin of James and Catherine Conway, and Patrick, James. Joseph, and Mary. -May her soul rest In peace.
GORDON.-On November 10. at
St, Vincent's Hospital, Marcus Baden, beloved husband of Lillian Veronica, of 69 Laity street. Rich- mond, loving father of Jamie, aged 33 years. -Ever in my heart. Requiescat In pace.
HILL.-On November 10, at 16 Bennett street. Balwyn, Wilfrid, beloved husband of Ada, loved father of Charles, Dorothy, and David (deceased), late 24th Battal- ion, First A.I.F.
HILL_On November 10, Wilfrid. esteemed friend of Mrs. A. A. Christmas.
HUTCHINSON.-On November 10 (result of accident), at Royal Mel- bourne Hospital, James Edward, beloved son of Claudia and the late Frederick Hutchinson, of Goulburn Weir (late of Bruns- wick), and beloved brother of Pauleen (Mrs. Knorpp), Gwen, Lorraine, Graham, Irene, and Gloria, aged l8 years -Father and son reunited.
INCHES. - On November 9 (suddenly), Bernard Cato, loved brother of Verna Benwell, loved uncle of Laurie, George, and Keith. - Sadly missed.
JARVIS_On November 10. at her daughter's residence, 7 Carlyle crescent, Mont Albert, Laura Amelia Georgiana, beloved wife of the late James Houston.. loved mother of Arthur (deceased). Eva, and Charles.
JARVIS.-On November 10, Laura, loved mother of Charles.
JARVIS.-On November 10. Laura, loved sister of Ada and Lewis Gosling.
KYLE.-On November 10, at his residence. Pullar street. Kyabram, John Coupar Kyle, the beloved husband of the late Sarah Kyle, aged 85 years, late of South Yarra. Bacchus Marsh, Wyuna, and Kyabram.
LIS (nee Boyd).-On November 9 (suddenly). Betty, dearly beloved wife of Bob, 23a /Asling street, North Brighton, darling daughter of Fred and Ollie, loved sister of Ron, late Warrigal road, Burwood.
MACMILLAN. - On November 9 (suddenly), at her home, Brae- side, Main road. Arthurs Creek, Helena Ruth, the dearly beloved wife of Hugh, and loving mother of Ken. Louie (Mrs. Freeman). Hilda (Mrs. Nilsson). Colin, Jean (Mrs. Bollen), and Campbell, aged 81 years. (By request,,no flowers.)
MARKS_On November 10, at his home, 14 Merriwee crescent. Toorak, Benjamin Berenat, beloved husband of Alice Marks, loved father of Brian, Peg, and Jim. .(Minyan, Temple Beth Israel, at 7.30 p.m., Thursday evening only.)
MARKS.-On November 10. at his home. 14 Merriwee crescent. Toorak, Ben, dearly loved brother of Esther (Mrs. O. V. Isaacs. Adelaide), and Therese, Katie (de- ceased), and Myrtle.
MCGREGOR. - On November 9, Rene, dearly loved wife of the late Frank, of 8 Sherbourne st, Essendon, and late of Camberwell, loved sister of Ella (Mrs. Lord) and Isa (Mrs. Simpson), sister-in law of Col and Bob, dear aunt of Shirl and Geoff, great-aunt of Philip. -At rest.
McPHEE_On November 9, at Heidelberg Military Hospital, Angus, dearly loved father of George, father-in-law of Berta, darling grandpa of Cheryl, Bernard. -God has him in His keeping; we have him in our hearts.
MILBURN.-On November 9 (suddenly), at his home, Leslie Robert Frederic, devoted husband of Mary Catherine Milburn. -At
MILBURN.-On November 9 (suddenly), at his home, Leslie Robert Frederic, dearly loved son of Grace Augusta and the late Perc Charles, and loved brother of Lucy (deceased). William, Elsie. Tess (deceased), Joyce, and Charles. (Inserted by his loving mother and family.)
MILBURN.-On November 9 (suddenly). at his home, 8 Nimmo street, Middle Park. Leslie Robert Frederic. (Inserted in loving memory by Shirley and Rodney Wilson.)
MORLEY-On November 10. at Tallangatta Hospital, Cecil C., of Koetond dearly loved husband of Nea, and loved father of Gordon and Nea, aged 73 years.
PHILLIPS.-On November 8 at 97 Orrong road. Elsternwick (late of Wodonga). Stanley Gordon, loved brother of Robert (deceased), Wil- liam. Fred (deceased), John (de- ceased). Ethel, Edwin (deceased), Mercie, Nell, Rene, Ruby (de- ceased), and Alex. (Privately cre- mated, Spring Vale, on November
PLEASENTS. - On November 10, at a private hospital. Roy Arms worth, beloved husband of Phyllis, of 601 St. Kilda road. Melbourne.
PLEASENTS. - On November 10, Roy Armsworth. loved son of the late Edward Armsworth and Eliza- beth Pleasents. loved brother of Alice (Mrs. Wilson). Beryl and Campbell.
PLEASENTS. - Roy Arnsworth, loved nephew of Mary (Mrs. Squire), Phyllis (Porepunkah). - Dearly loved.
PLEASENTS. - On November 10, Roy Armsworth. loved son-in-law of Mrs. Ellen Clunes, loved brother in-law of Vera (Mrs. Teague), Fred and Una (Mrs. Reid).
PLEASENTS.-On November 10, Roy. loved friend of Alex and Leila Pinkerton.
RAE (Tasker). - On 'November 9, at Seymour, Lily, loving sister of Cathie (Mrs. Constable, Mt. Evelyn), aunt of William. John,
RICHARDSON.-On November 10, Martha, dearly beloved wife of the late Alfred Thomas Richard- son, late of Williamstown, dearly loved mother of Alfred and Roy, fond mother-in-law of Ida and Estelle, and loving nana of John and Barry, aged 78 years. -In
SCHUCH-On November 9, at 48 Barker's road Hawthorn, Helena Mary, loved mother of Albert, and mother-in-law of Maisie. loved nanna of Elaine and Marea,, aged 83 years.
SUNDERLAND.-On November 9, at 3 Harston street, Sandringham, William Thomas,, beloved husband of Sarah, loving father of Dulcie (Mrs. R. S. Dunn), Ivy (Mrs. R. S. B. Mundy), William, Norman, Joan (Mrs. H. Hellewell). -Treasured memories.
THOMAS-On November 10 (sud- denly), at Kerang and District Hospital, Agnes Naomi, loved wife of Robert, loving mother of Frank (deceased). Bob, Des, and Marian.
THOMAS. - Ethel Joyce of 5 Hamilton avenue, Ballarat, daugh- ter of the late Jenkin and Mar- garet Thomas, late of Bonshaw, Cambrian Hill.
. IN MEMORIAM On Active Service
MEIER_Cherished memories of Sapper Harry, died at El Alamein, November 11, 1942, dearly loved elder son of Flora and Harry, and loved brother of Ossie. - Always remembered.
CLARK.-In loving, memory of our dear parents, Mary Eda, passed away November 11, 1940; Frederick George, passed away October 24, 1943. -Links of golden memories.
CRESSWELL_On November 11, 1953, Patricia Shirley, beloved only child of Arthur and Marjorie Walker, Ballarat,
CRONIN, Robert James. - In loving memory of pop, our father and grandfather, who died Novem- ber 11, 1952. (Inserted by his family.)
DARLING.-In loving memory of our baby daughter Robyn, who passed away on November 11, 1948. -So dearly loved.
DARLING.-In loving memory of dear little Robyn, who was taken home, November 11. 1948. -In God's care. (Nanna and Auntie Edna.)
DAVIES. - In loving memory of Freddie.
-A beautiful life come to an end. He died as he lived, everyone's
(Mum, Dad, Bill, Pamela, Peter, Bryant.)
DAVIES.-In loving memory of my brother Freddie, passed away November 11, 1952.
You left a beautiful memory.
A sorrow too great to be told;
But to all who loved and lost you,
Your memory will never grow old. -(Inserted by Katie.)
DAVIS.-In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away No- vember 11, 1941. (Inserted by his loving daughter Myra.)
DAVIS. - In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away November 11. 1941. (Inserted' by his loving daughter. Verna.)
GARDINER.-In loving, memory of my beloved wife Dottie, who passed away November 11, 1946. (inserted ¡ by her loving husband
MCKENZIE_Fondest memories of our dearest friend Croft, who passed away Armistice Day, November 11, 1927. -Always remembered, (inserted by his loving friends, Nell and Tom.)
POOLE.-Loving memories of our dear mother, who passed away No vember 11, 1953. (Inserted by Elsie, Reg., and Blanche.)
RIDDELL.-In loving memory of my dear wife Agnes, who passed away November 11, 1952. -Sadly missed by her husband Richard.
RIDDELL.-In loving memory of mum, who passed away November 11, 1952. -Ever remembered by Zan, Ron, and granddaughter Jill.
THOMAS, George Homan. - November 11. 1844. Treasured memories of my dad. (Bertha.)
WAUGH.-Treasured memories of Doris. -Forever with us. (Tile Tea Club.)
WHITEHEAD -Treasured memo- ries of our dear mother, passed away November 11. 1951, at Bealiba. (Inserted by husband and family.)
© .BEREAVEMENT CARD
INGALLS. - Mr. and Mrs. DALE INGALLS desire to express their deepest APPRECIATION for the many expressions of condolence in the recent loss of their beloved son, Richard. Would all kindly accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment of their sincere thanks.
. FUNERAL NOTICES
ALLISON_The Funeral of the late Mrs. VIOLET MABEL ALLISON will leave the Herbert King memorial chapel, 174 Lennox street. Richmond, TOMORROW (Friday), after a service com- mencing at 1 p.m.. for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
HERBERT KING Äs SONS.
ATCHISON.-Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late FRANCIS GREGORY ATCHISON will be celebrated at the Church
the Immaculate Conception, Hawthorn, at 8 a.m., TOMORROW (Friday).
BERTINO. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. SANTO BERTINO will be cele- brated at St. Joseph's Church, Melville road. West Brunswick THIS DAY (Thursday), at 7 a.m.
The Funeral will leave the church at 11 a.m. for the Fawkner Ceme-
TOBIN BROTHERS. FJ1294.
BRETT. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. VIOLET FLORENCE MAUDE BRETT will leave her late residence. 33 Laverton street, Wil- liamstown, after a service com- mencing at 3.20 om.. THIS DAY (Thursday), for the Williamstown
FREEST W. JACKSON &? SON. ML6025.
CALDWELL. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ETHEL ANNIE CALDWELL will leave Le Pine's Funeral Parlor. 841 Burke road, Camberwell. THIS DAY (Thursday), after a service commencing at 1 p.m.. for the Spring Vale Crema torium.
LE PINE & SON PTY. LTD. JBÍ148.
CINNAMON-The Funeral of the late Mrs. LIBA CINNAMON left Melbourne, Chevra Kadisha par- lors, corner Pitt and Canning streets. Carlton, for the Fawkner Cemetery, last MONDAY, Novem- ber 8. (Minyan will be held at l'9 Ruskin street. Elwood. THIS DAY (Thursday) and Sunday at
DEW.-The Funeral of the late Mr. RALPH GEORGE DEW will leave his late residence. 86 Aphrasia st., Geelong, at 11.15 a.m. TOMORROW (Friday), for the Western Cemetery.
F. H. TUCKER & SON, Geelong West. Phone 2848.
GORDON_Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. MARCUS BADEN GORDON will be celebrated at St. James' Church, Kent street. Richmond, TOMOR- ROW (Friday), at 7 a.m.
-The Funeral will leave the church at 10 a.m. for the Melbourne General Cemetery.
HUBERT KING & SONS.
HILL. - The Funeral of the late WILFRID HILL will leave Le Pine's Funeral Parlor. 841 Burke road, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Thursday), after a service com- mencing at 3 p.m., for the New Cheltenham Cemetery.
LE PINE & SON PTY. LTD. JB4148.
HILL. - Members of the Caul- field Branch. R.S.S.A.I.L.A., are advised that the Funeral of their late Comrade WILFRED HILL (24th Btn. 1st A.I.F.) will leave Le Pine's funeral parlors. Burke road. Camberwell. THIS DAY, after a service commencing at 3 p.m., for the New Cheltenham Cemetery.
J. E. BROADBENT, Sec.
HUTCHINSON. - The Funeral Of JAMES EDWARD HUTCHINSON, the dearly beloved son of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. A. Hutchinson, of Goulburn Weir, will leave the Church of England, Murchison, TO- MORROW (Friday) after service commencing at, 2 p.m., for the
NELSON BROS. MW1301.
JARVIS. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. LAURA AMELIA GEOR- GIANA JARVIS will leave Le Pine's funeral parlor. 841 Burke road, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Thursday), after a service com- mencing at 11 a.m.. for the Box
LE PINE & SON PTY. LTD.
LIS (nee Boyd) -The Funeral of the late Mrs. BETTY LIS, of No. 23a Asling street, North Brighton, will .leave our parlor, 123 Carpen- ter street, Brighton. TOMORROW (Friday), at the conclusion of a service commencing at 1.15 p.m., for the Burwood Cemetery.
- MONKHOUSE & SON PTY. LTD. Tel. XB1162.
MACMILLAN. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. HELENA RUTH MACMILLAN will leave the Meth- odist Church Arthurs Creek, TO- MORROW (Friday. November 12), at the conclusion of a service com- mencing at 10.45, for the Arthur's Creek Cemetery.
W. G. APPS AND SONS PTY. LTD.. 88 Carlisle street, St. Kilda.
MARKS. - The Funeral of the late BENJAMIN BESENAT MARKS will leave Sleight's funeral home, St. Kilda road, Melbourne. THIS DAY (Thursday), after a service commencing at 2.30 o.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Tel. MX4626 (3 lines).
MCGREGOR. - The Funeral of the late MRS. RENE MCGREGOR is appointed to leave the Bathurst Memorial Chapel. corner of Glen- huntly and Koovong rds., Elstern wick, TOMORROW (Friday), after a service, commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
T. BATHURST & CO., Late A.I.F.. LF6337.
MILBURN. - The Funeral of the late Mr. LESLIE MILBURN will leave John (Roy V.) Allison's parlors. 871 Mount Alexander road, Essendon. THIS DAY. after a ser- vice commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium.
JO*TN (ROY V.) ALLISON.
MILBURN.-The members of the Flemington Bowling Club are re- quested to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed member, LES- LIE MILBURN, leaving John (Roy) Allison parlors, at 871 Mt. Alex- ander road. Essendon, at 1.45 p.m.
GEORGE, RAVENHALL, President. R.- SMITH. Secretary.
MORLEY. - The Funeral of the late Mr. CECIL CHARLES MOR- LEY, of Koetong, will leave Nelson Bros.' chapel, 7 Droop street, Foots- cray, TOMORROW (Friday), at 2.30 p.m., and arriving at Spring Vale Crematorium at 3.30 p.m. (Private
NELSON BROS., MW1301, in conjunction with T. J. PECK, Tal-
PLEASENTS. - The Funeral of the late ROY ARMSWORTH PLEASENTS will leave Sleight's funeral home St. Kilda road, Mel-' bourne, . TOMORROW (Friday)
after a service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Spring Vale Cre-
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
RICHARDSON. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. BERTHA RICH- ARDSON will leave E. W. Jackson and Son's chapel. Ferguson street. North Williamstown, after a ser- vice commencing at 1.40 p.m., THIS DAY (Thursday), for the Williamstown Cemetery.
ERNEST W. JACKSON Äs SON.
SCHUCH.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. HELENA MARY SCHUCH will leave the Herbert King memo- rial chapel, 174 Lennox street, Richmond THIS DAY (Thursday), after a service commencing at 3.15 p m for the Kew Cemetery.
HERBERT KING Äs SONS.
SUNDERLAND. - The Funeral of the late WILLIAM THOMAS SUNDERLAND will leave his resi- dence THIS DAY. after ft service at 3 p.m.. for the Spring Vale Crematorium, arriving at 4 p.m. (No flowers, by request.)
J. MONKHOUSE St SONS PTY.
SUNDERLAND.-Vlctorian En- gineers' Lodge, 411, A , F , and A Masons -Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge and Craft in gene- ral are respectfully informed that the Funeral of their late esteemed Wor Bro WILLIAM THOMAS SUNDERLAND, P S G D , of No 3 Harston street, Sandringham will leave at the Spring Vale Crema- torium THIS DAY (Thursday), at 4pm
L F A GRAY W M W A CLARKE, Sec
SUNDERLAND_Cerberus Lodge, 452, A , F and A Masons -Offi- cers and Brethren of the above Lodge and Craft In general are respectfully informed tint the 1-uiie al of their late esteemed Wei Bio WILLIAM THOMAS SUNDERLAND P S G D , of No 3 Hai "ton street Sandringham will ai Ive at Ihe Spring Vale Crema toiium IHiS DAY (Thursday), at 4pm
W L PINNER W M R C HARRIS Sec