ARISS.— On November 13, at Air- lie, Ivanhoe, to Florence and Don — a son. (Both well.)
AYTON.— On November 16,
Baxter House. Geelong, to Bar- bara, wife of Roy— a son (Phillip David). (Both well.)
BENN (Harrison). — On Novem- ber 15, to Don and Joan, of Dum- balk — a son (Kelvin). (Premature, lived 10 hours. Our very grateful thanks to doctors and sisters of Women's Hospital.)
BURN (Irving). — On November 13; at Moorabbin Community Hos- pital, to Nance and Bruce— a son.
DAVIES (Hodgkinson).— On No- vember 13, at St. Andrew's, East
Melbourne, to Beth and Max— a son. (Both well.)
DAVIS (nee McLean).— On No- vember 15, at Rochester War Mem- orial Hospital, to Mavis and Gor- don-a son (tyllliam John).
DEMPSEY (Givvens). — On No- vember 15. at Women's Hospital, to Vi and Gordon— a daughter (Karen Lee). (Both well.)
DINGLE (Garrett). — On No- vember 13, at Bethlehem, to Nancy and Allan — a son.
FLEMING. — On November 13, at Broadford Bush Nursing Hos- pital, to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flem- ing-a son.
FRIPP. — On November 15, at Airlie, Ivanhoe, to Inez and Bob — a son (Guy Arthur). (Both
GREENBERG (Schuster). — On November 15, at Margaret Coles, to Erica and Leon— a son (Mark), brother for Judy. (Both well.)
HELLING (Locke). - On Novem- ber 15. at St. Vincent's, to Joan and John - a daughter.
HODGSON.-On November 15. at Bethesda Hospital, to Sylvia and Bill-a son (Marcus John). (A little playmate for Hartley.)
HYDE (Rankin).-On November 13. at Dandenong and District Hos- pital, to Nola and Frank-a son (Richard Simon). (Both well.) (Brother for Michael and Geoffrey.)
JACKSON_On November 13. at Gippsland Hospital, Sale, to Mar- garet and Laurie-a son (Peter Lawrence).
JAGGS (Goldsbury). - On Oc- tober 16, at Moorabbin Community, to Barbara and Leo-a son (Robert Wayne).
KENNEDY (Crameri) .-On No- vember 15. at Brighton Community, to Vivienne and Mack-twin daughters. (All well.)
LEAHY (nee Kennedy). —On No- vember 13, at Rochester War Mem- orial Hospital, to Myra and Bill -a daughter (Monica Mary), a sister for Mathew.
McGREGOR (Lavercombe). - On November 16 at Spring Vale Dis- trict Community Hospital, to Joyce and Bert - a daughter (Pamela Joy). (Both well.)
NICHOLSON (McKeown). - On November 13, at Moira, to Joyce and Laurie-a son (Phillip Law- rence). (Both well.)
PAUL (McMeekin). - On No- vember 16, at St. Andrew's, to June and Keith - a son.
PORTER (Gilmour). - On Nov- ember 12. at Morwell Shire Hos- pital, to' Bessie and Rob-a daugh- ter (Roslyn Anne).
ROBSON (Douch).-On Novem- ber 16. at Norwich Hall, to Eve- lyn and Don-a daughter (Lynne Ellen). (A sister for Graham.) (Both well.)
WARD. - On November 15, at Airlie Hospital, Ivanhoe, to Marie and Jim - a son (Kenneth James). (A brother for Glenda.)
WHELAN (Taylor). - On No- vember 14 at Mercy, to Maureen and John - a daughter (Julianne Dorothy).
WILSON (Lummas). - On No- vember 6, at Euroa Bush Nursing Hospital, to Jean and John-a son (Ian Vere).
. RUBY WEDDINGS
EILENBERG-HYAMS. - Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Eilenberg announce with pleasure the 40th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated at Mel- bourne on November 17, 1914.
HARRIS-GORDON. - Mr. and Mrs. J. S. G. Harris announce with pleasure the 40th anniversary of their marriage, celebrated by Arch- deacon Hancock at St. Thomas', Essendon, on November 17, 1914. (Present address, 76 Daley street, Bentleigh.)
. GOLDEN WEDDING
FAGG-MOFFOP.-Mr. and Mrs. John Fagg announce with pleasure and gratitude the 50th anniversary of their marriage, celebrated at Christ Church of England. Dayles- ford, by the Rev. G. A. Parker on November 17. 1904. (Present ad- dress, 61 North road, Oakleigh
AYRES. —On November 16, at Steele's Creek, Eliza Betsy, dearly beloved wife of Albert, loving mother of Violet (Mrs. Bergmeier), Ivy (Mrs. Mitchell), Fredric (de- ceased), Harvey, John, Wilfred, William, Lena (Mrs. Bowie), Eva (Mrs. Hubbard), Stanley, Leslie, and Lila (Mrs. Thompson), aged 80 years. —Peacefully sleeping.
AYRES.—On November 16, at Steele's Creek, Eliza Betsy, loving gran of Anne and Kaye, loving mother of Lena and Steve Bowie, of North Essendon.
BROWNLEES. — On November 15 (suddenly), at his residence, Wilson street, Healesville, Thomas Ronald, beloved husband of Emma, loving brother of Jim (Caulfield) and Rupert (Geelong). -At rest.
CLEAK-On November 16, a
his residence, 113 Railway place. Williamstown, Charles Alfred Cleak /late R.A.N.), dearly loved son of (Elizabeth J. and the late George Cleak, dearly loved father or George, and loved brother of Jessie and Elsie (deceased).
FISCHER. - On November 16. at Highett, Hugo Francis, beloved husband of Elsie Maud, dearly loved father of Alick, Harold, and Frank. (No flowers, by request.)
GEORGE. - On November 13. at St. Kilda. William Henry, hus- band of May, father of Arthur and Ewen. -At rest. (Privately cre- mated.)
GILLIS. - On November 16, at St. George's Hospital, Kew, Elsie Ruth Benetta, wife of the late William Alfred Gillis, dearly be- loved mother of Bessie Goldsmith, dearest grandmother of Peri, aged 69 years. -A wonderful mother.
GILLIS. - On November 16, Elsie Ruth Benetta, loving mother of Fred and Roma Gillis, dearest darley of Philip and Garry. -Always in our hearts.
GILLIS. - On November 16, Elsie Ruth Benetta, dearest mother and Pal of Doug. -Never for- gotten, madam.
GILLIS. - Elsie Ruth Benetta. loving mother of Tom and Vera, Bill and Marg Gillis, dearest grand- mother of Sandra, Tony, and Julie. -Treasured memories.
GILLIS. - Elsie Ruth Benetta. beloved mother of Elsie and Leo Retallick, dearest grandmother of Jeanette and Meryl. -Beloved by
GILLIS. - Elsie Ruth Benetta. dearest grandmother of Bill and June McDonough, Ruth and Chap- man Walsh, great-grandmother of little Bill. -Our dearest darley.
HARVEY-WILLIAMS. - On No- vember 16. Andrew, of 7 Allard street, West Brunswick, beloved husband of Marcelle.
HARVEY-WILLIAMS. - On No- vember 16, Andrew, loved son-in law of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pros- ser, brother-in-law of Joyce and
MUIR. - On November 14,- at Royal Adelaide Hospital, Eve Olive, the dearly beloved wife of Robert Muir, of 126 Arnold st., North Carlton, and loving mother of Robert and Elaine (Mrs. Turner), mother-in-law of Elaine and Ron-
ald, and sister of Minnie, 'Hilda. Hughie, Arthur, and Bertie, aged 40 years. -In God's care.
NEGRELLO. - On November 13. at Glenfyne. Antonio, loved father of Bill, Peter, and Jerry, aged
NEILD. - On November 14, at her home, 48 White Horse road, Ringwood, Beatrice Julia, dearly loved daughter of the late Dr. James and Susan Neild, loved sis- ter of Myra (Mrs. Buckney), and fond sister-in-law of Thomas, aged 85 years. -At rest. (Privately cremated.)
NICHOLAS. - On November 16, Harriet, of 82 Dundas street, Thornbury, beloved wife of the late Richard B. Nicholas, and loved sister of Florence (Mrs. Roche), Alice (Mrs. Rowsell) Mar- gery (Mrs. Willson), and Charlotte, and Gertrude Gray.
NOTT. - Tom, dearly beloved nephew of Connie and Arthur Jack- son, and fond cousin of Gladys, Margaret, and Correll, Rutherglen.
O'NEILL. — On November 15 (suddenly), at his home, 30 Fitz- william street, Kew. Rupert, dearly beloved son of the late Henry Joseph and Mary Therese O'Neill, loved brother of William, Cecelia, Eileen, and Florence (deceased). -Requiescat in pace. (No flowers. Private interment.)
PARSONS. - On November 16. Ellen, beloved eldest daughter of the late Robert and Ann Parsons, dearly loved sister of Robert, John, James (all deceased), Will, and Alice (Mrs. Gaynor), and loving aunt of Jack, Bill, Mary, and Daniel Parsons; Carmel and Bernard Gaynor, and Kathleen (Mrs. Sandilands). -Requiescat in pace.
PENGILLY. — On November 13, Eva, beloved wife of the late James, loved mother of Elsie (Mrs. F. Orames), Vera (deceased), and Wil-
liams. — A wonderful life closes.
PYLE. — On November 15, at Finley Hospital, William, beloved husband of Clara Hannah, loved father of James (deceased). Clare, Samuel, George, John, Alan, Jean, Charles, Douglas, and Maxwell, aged 88 years.
RANKIN. — On November 15, Frances Elizabeth, beloved daughter of Archibald and the late Celeste Rankin, oi 2 Norford gve., Koo- yong, loved sister of Charles (de- ceased), and Anne (Mrs. R. Odgers), and loving aunt of Ste- phen and Angela. — With mum.
ROBERTSON. — On November 8, Dr. Allen William David Robert- son, only son of the late David and Amy Isobella Allen Robertson, late of Deniliquin and Urana, N.S.W., loved brother of Catherine Maud Browne (deceased) and Laura Amelia Robertson.
THOMPSON.— On November 11, at the Children's Hospital. Phillip James, the dearly loved only son of Kay and Lorraine (Billie), of 24 St. George's road. Toorak, loved grandson of Alma and H. W. (Bert) Joseph (deceased), aged 214 years. (Privately cremated November 13.)
TONKIN. -— On November 16, at her home. 53 Murray street. Prahran, Honora, the dearly loved mother of Molly (Mrs. Cadd), Robert (deceased), and James. — Requiescat in pace.
TONKIN. — On November 16, at her home, 53 Murray street, Prah- ran, Honora, the dearly beloved sister of Molly (Mrs. Thornton), Katie (Mrs. Dalton), Jim. Jack, Nellie (Mrs. Spence), Lizzie (Mrs. Northeast). Dolly (Mrs. Brearly) and Frank. — Requiescat in pace.
IN MEMORIAM On Active Service
DOLLARD. — In sad and loving memory of my darling son, 1/400290 Pte. David Dollard, killed in action. Korea. November 17, 1952, aged 26.
Dear memories of you will never
For part of my heart is where you
DOLLARD. - In loving memory of our younger brother, . David Dominic, killed in action. Korea. November 17. 1952. -Ever in our thoughts. (Inserted by Kevin, and sister-in-law, Fay.)
DOLLARD. - In loving memory of my brother. 1/400290 Pte. David Dollard, killed in action. Korea, November 17, 1952. -Always re- membered. (Roma.)
FANNING. Sergeant Francis Nel- son, R.A.A.F.-in loving memory of our beloved son and brother, Frank, who gave his life on November 17, 1943, (inserted by his loving mother and father.) .
BLACKLOCK.-In loving memory
of Alec, dearly beloved husband of Amy. and loved father of Eileen, Hazel (deceased), and Ken. who passed away. November 17, 1941. -liver remembered.
CARTHEW. -.In loving memory of Albert who passed away No- vember 17. 1948. -Ever remem- bered. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.)
NICHOLSON. - In loving mem- ory of my dear mother. Edith Emma, who passed away November 17. 1951. -Ever remembered. (Win.)
NICHOLSON. Edith_In loving memory of grandma. November 17. 1951. (Noel, John.)
SWAN (nee Halse). - In loving memory of Helen Margaret, be- loved wife of John Francis Swan. -Always remembered.
THOMPSON. - In loving mem-
ory of my dear husband and my father.- Robert Smith Thompson, who passed away at 52 Bank street, Ascot Vale, November 17, 1953. -A page in the book of memory softly turns today.. (Inserted by his lov- ing wife and son, Frances. Stella and Bert Thompson.)
6 BEREAVEMENT CARD
STEWART. - Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Stewart and Family wish to THANK all kind friends and rela- tive's for their expressions of sym- pathy in their recent bereavement. Will all accept this as a personal expression of thanks.
. FUNERAL NOTICES
AYRES. - The Funeral of the late ELIZA BETSY AYRES Will leave her residence, Steele's Creek, TOMORROW (Thursday), at 2 p.m., for the Yarra Glen Cemetery.
FRANK HERITAGE Healesville.
BROWNLEES. -' The Funeral or
the late THOMAS RONALD BROWNLEES will leave Heritage parlors, Healesville. THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1.45 p.m.. for the Spring Vale Crematorium, arriv- ing at 3.15 p.m.
FRANK HERITAGE, Healesville. CLEAK. - The Funeral of the late Mr. CHARLES ALFRED CLEAK (late R.A.N.) will leave E. W. Jackson and Son's chapel, Ferguson street. Williamstown North, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 3.40 p.m., for the Williamstown Ceme-
ERNEST W. JACKSON & SON. ML6025.
FISCHER-The Funeral of the late HUGO - FRANCIS FISCHER will leave Sleight's funeral home. St. Kilda road. Melbourne. TO- MORROW (Thursday), after a ser- vice commencing at 10 a.m.. for the Burwood Cemetery.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD MX4626.
GILLIS. - The Funeral oi the late Mrs. ELSIE RUTH BENETTA GILLIS, of 424A Auburn road, Auburn, will leave Nelson Bros. chapel. North Williamstown, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 10.45 a.m.. for the Williamstown Cemetery.
NELSON BROS. 1V..L5351.
LANCASTER. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH J. LAN- CASTER will leave her home, 26 Austin .street, Alphington, THIS DAY (Wednesday) alter a ser- vice commencing at 10.46 a.m., for the Melbourne Cemetery,' Carlton.
H. J. R. LEWIS. JA1066.
McLAINE-The Funeral of the late Mr. HECTOR WALTER McLAINE will leave St. Paul's An- glican Church. Euroa. THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service com- mencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Euroa Cemetery.
R. L. FERGUSON., Euroa 86.
MILLER-The Funeral of the late GEORGE MILLER will leave Le Pine's Funeral Chapel. 355 Bur- wood road. Hawthorn, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service com- mencing at 10.45 a.m.. for the New Cheltenham Cemetery.
LE PINE & SON PTY. LTD. JB4148.
MUIR - The Funeral of the late Mrs EVE OLIVE MUIR will leave our parlors, 788 Sydney road North Brunswick THIS DAY (Wednesday) at conclusion of a service commencing at 1 45 p m , for the Fawkner Crematorium.
JOSEPH ALLISON PTY LTD North Biunswlck FW4126 (2 lines)
O'NEILL -Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr RUPERT O NEILL will be cele- brated at the Sacred Heart Church Cotham road Kew THIS DAY (Wednesday) at 7 30 am
The Funeral will leave the church at 3 30 p m for the Bur-
ALFRED ALLISON Melbourne West and Clifton Hill FJ5480
PARSONS - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Miss ELLEN PARSONS Will be celebrated at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Hawthorn TOMORROW (Thursday), at 8
The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for the Boroondara Ceme- tery, Kew
TOBIN BROTHERS FJ1294
RANKIN - The Funeral of the late Miss FRANCES ELIZABETH RANKIN will leave Tobin s chapel 248 Glenferrie road Malvern THIS DAY (Wednesday) after a service commencing at 1 45 p m for the Fawkner Cemetery
TOBIN BROTHERS FJ1J94
TONKIN - The Funeral of the late Mrs HONORA TONKIN will leave her home 53 Murray street Prahran TOMORROW (Thursday)
at 11 a m for the ,St Kilda Come- ten x
N G APPS & SON 88 Carlisle street St Kilda LA7871 (2 lines)