ANDERSON (Hick).—On Janu- ary 10, at Mooroopna, to Gwen and John (Portland)—a daughter (Gillian Gwen).
January 10. at Mercv Hospital, East Melbourne—a son (David Nor- man). (Both well.)
11, at Margaret Coles, to Betty
and Don—a son.
COLENSO (Atkins). — On Janu- ary 8, at Karalee, Camberwell, to Val and Stan —a son (Stanley Phil- lip). (Both well.)
CURRIE (Cole). —On January 9, at Camperdown, to Valda and Max—a daughter (Roslyn May). (Both well.)
DONOVAN (Cody). —On Janu- ary 12. at Mercy Hospital, to Patricia and Neil.— a daughter.
FERGUSON (nee Stewart).—On January 11, at Norwich Hall, Mont Albert, to Dorothy and Des—a daughter (Julie Elizabeth).
FLOOD (Ritchie). —On Janu- ary 9. at St. Andrew's, to Betty and Jim—a son (brother for David and Ronald).
GREGORY (Barrett).—On Janu- ary 8, at W.G.H., to Mavis and Stan—a son (Richard John).
HANLON (O'Donnell).— On De- cember 26, at Willaura Hospital, to Bet and Alex — a daughter (Susan Elizabeth). (Both well.)
HARKIN (Gunnulson). — On January 8, at St. David's, Maffra, to Frank and Mary—twin girls. (All well.)
HIBBS (Stanley). —On January 11, at Devon, Caulfield, to Beryl and Ken—a daughter (Robyn Beryl). (Both well.)
LANCESTER (Kirne).—On Janu- ary 8, at Mercy Hospital, to Pat and Tom—a son. (Both well.)
LYNAS (Furphy). — On January 10, at Rushworth, to Sylvia and Arthur—a son (Colin Arthur).
PARKER (Malone). — On Janu- ary 9, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Moreland, to Joyce and Jack—a daughter (Rosemary Ann).
PARKER.— On January 11, at The Haven, to Ruth and Douglas— a son. (Both well.)
PATTERSON. — On January 7, at Casterton Memorial Hospital, to Ann Elizabeth, wife of Norman Boyce Patterson, of Warrock—a
PHILLIPS (Kennedy).—On Janu- ary 9, at Shepparton, to Cassie and Jack—a daughter (Catherine Anne).
RATCLIFFE (Burns).—On Janu- ary 11, at Margaret Coles, to Helen and Eddie—a daughter (Susan Helen).
ROGERSON (Serisier).—On Janu- ary 9, at Calvary Hospital, Hobart —a daughter (Victoria Ann).
SHEA (nee Menneke).—On Janu- ary 8, at Sacred Heart Hospital, to Nancy and Bernie—a son (Peter John). (Both well.)
STEWART (Stubbs).—On Janu- ary 11, at Tatura, to Fairlie, wife of Jim —a son (John Galloway). WILLIAMS (Comeadow). —On
January 9, at Footscray Hospital, to Cecil and Gladys—a son (Gary Francis).
WINTLE (Gill). — On January
11, at Airlie Hospital, Ivanhoe, to Kath and. Len—a daughter (Ber- nice Edith).
DIARY FOR BABY.
ls the birth notice of your baby here? If so. a booklet beautifully Illus- trated by Betty Paterson will be malled to you today so that you can keep a record of the major events ."? In baby's life.
AITKEN, George. - On January 12, beloved son of Bonnie and the late James, loved brother of Janet and Ann. (No flowers, by request.)
BENTLEY, Agnes Mabel, of Hare street, Echuca. —On January 8, at Echuca District Hospital, loved daughter of the late Walter and Elizabeth Bentley, and sister of . William (deceased), Jack (de-
ceased), Frederick (deceased), Charles (deceased), Leslie (de- ceased), and Vera. -Requiescat In pace.
BRINKKOTTER, Anna Maria, of Research. —On January 12, at Greensborough, dearly beloved wife of the late Anton, and loving mother of Anton, loved mother-in law of Bridgene, loving grandma of Mary (Mrs. J. Christian), Kevin, Margaret. Leo, and Carmel, great-grandma of baby Kevin, aged 8O years. -Requiescat in pace.
CAMERON, Ronald Colin. ,- On January 7 (result of accident), at Alfred Hospital, dearly . loved brother of Jessie (Mrs. Moriarty) and Katie (Mrs. Baker). -In God's . care. (Interred privately January
CHAMBERS, Louisa Victoria.— On January 11, at Alfred Hospital, relict of the late David Chambers (late of Drouin), in her 91st year.
DOWEL, Ernest J.—On Janu- ary 11, at Kurmala Hospital, Ben- digo, dearly loved father of Edna (Mrs. Mason), fond father-in-law of Ronald, loving granddad of Ian, Sandra, and Rhonda, aged 78 years. -In God's care.
EBBELS, John Thomas. - On January 12, at- Coonara road, Olinda, beloved husband of Daisy, and dearly loved father of Pat, Joan, and Jack.
EBBELS, John Thomas (Tom).— On January 12, at Olinda, loving son of John and Jessie Mary (de- ceased), loved brother- of Jessie, George (deceased), Bonnie. Jean, Elsie, and Fred (deceased).
FOOTE, Isaac. —On January 11, at his residence, 403 George street, Fitzroy, loved father of
Bert, father-in-law of Kath, loved pop of Garry and Ken. —Sleep- ing peacefully.
GROVER, Edgar Sidney. — On January 11, beloved son of the late Joseph Dale and Ellen Flor-
ence Grover, and loved brother of
William (deceased), Frank (de- ceased), Nell, Dale (deceased). Harley, Bess, and Roy (deceased). (Formerly of Mornington.) (Private cremation.)
HAZELL, Thomas Henry. - On January 12, at. his home, 33 Nichol- son street. Nunawading, beloved husband of the late Kate, and loving father of Nellie, Harold, Cedric, and Ethel (Mrs. Shevenan), aged 80 years. -At rest.
HENNING, Amelia Emily. - On January 9, at her brother's home, lil Mansfield street, Thornbury, loved sister of Frank, Harry, Ed- ward, May, Arthur, and the late Albert, Laura, and George. (Pri- vately interred January 12.)
HERKES, Catherine Grace (Kit). —On January 11, at her residence, 680 Hawthorn road, Brighton, dearly loved sister of Nellie. Mar- garet, Ann. Nance. Robert (de- ceased), and Alec (deceased), dear friend of Addie Askew, in her 83rd year.
HERKES, Catherine.—On January 11, dearly loved friend of Jean and Jim Henderson, and loving Auntie Kay of Jennifer.
HIDES, John Henry.—On Janu- ary 12, at Alfred Hospital, beloved husband of Kate Hides, of 39 Northcote avenue, Caulfield. —So mote it be.
KENNEDY Thomas. - On Janu- ary 12. at his residence. 81 Prim rose street. Essendon, beloved hus- band of the late Constance Vero- nica, and loving father of William. Joseph. Kevin, and Carmel, aged 65 years. -Requtescat in pace: '
KOCH, Fritz Leonard.—On Janu- ary 11 (suddenly), at Warrandyte, beloved husband of Ivy Koch, of 180 Lower Heidelberg road, Ivan- hoe, and dearly loved father of Louise. -Rest in peace.
KYLE, Edith Ellen.—On Janu- ary 11, at 2 Chastleton avenue. Toorak, beloved wife of the late John William Kyle (late of Bairns- dale), loving mother of Clara, Maud, Bertha, Ethel, and Albert. -At rest.
KYLE, Edith Ellen.-On January 11, dearly loved mother of Ethel (Mrs. Robertson), loved mother in-law of Len and dear grandma of Maureen, Graeme and Eric. Our loved ones reunited.
MACHAR. Harold. — On January 12, at his residence, loved uncle
of William and Eileen, great uncle of Gwenda, Wilma, and Donald.
MACHAR, Harold. - On Janu- ary 12, much-loved brother of James, Frederick, Edith (Mrs. Jackson). William (deceased), and sister-in-law Lottie, aged 64 years, -Always remembered.
MACHAR, Harold. —On Janu- ary 12. loved uncle of Bill and
Doris Jackson, Warwick, Joan, and
Peter. -At rest.
MARSH, Mary Ann. —On Janu- ary 11, at 17 Lincoln avenue. Mer- lynston, beloved wife of the late Joseph Marsh, and loving mother of Nellie (deceased), Joe. Emma (Mrs. Boyd). William, Ada (Mrs. King), Harry, and Jos, aged 91 years. -In God's care.
MAYNE, Edwin James.— On
January 11 (suddenly), loved hus- band of Jean, 15 Marquis street. Ashburton, father of Elsie and Joyce. (Late Victorian Railways.)
McEACHRAN, Duncan Henderson.
—On January 12, at a private hos- pital, son of the late Rev. D. S. and Mrs. McEachran. loved brother
of Anne (Mrs. A. C. Wade) and
MOODIE, James. - On January 12, at Alfred Hospital, dearly loved son of the late David and Lydia Moodie, uncle of William Longmore. -At rest.
NELSON, Leslie Thomas. —On
January 12, at Alfred Hospital, loved husband of Laura, of No. 55 Woodbine grove, Chelsea, loved father of Harry, Harold, and Phillipa, fond father-in-law of Gwen, Gertie, and Bill, devoted grandfather of Lesley, Sandra, Rod- ney, and Phillipa, loved son-in-law of Laura Downer.
NICHOLS, Patrick Joseph. — On January 11, at Kinglake West (re-
sult of accident), dearly loved son
of John Frederick and Annie May, loved brother of Mary (Mrs. Gib- son), Lorna (Mrs. Exton), Margaret (deceased). Jack. Louise (Mrs. Dowell). Murray (deceased), Robert (deceased), Bill, Leo. and Bernie, aged 21 years. -R.I.p.
NIXON, Edwin, of 8 Beach Street, Elwood.—On January 11 (suddenly), dearly loved husband of Ruth, loving father of Judith and Graeme (deceased), aged 57 years. (No flowers, by request.)
O'DONNELL, Rev. Father Gerard, C.SS.R., ofthe Redemptorist Fathers, 53 Mont Victor road, Kew.
—On January 12, at Sacred Heart Hospital, aged 46 years. —Re- quiescat in pace.
REESE, Daniel Whitelaw, of 471 St. Kilda street, Elwood.—On Janu- ary 11(suddenly), beloved husband of Kathleen, and loving father of David, aged 53 years.
REYNOLDS, Alice Victoria.-On January 7, at Tungamah, wife of the late John Reynolds, loving mother of John and Sophia. -R.I.P.
RICE, George Henry, of Adelaide S.A.—On January 11 (suddenly), at Blackburn, loved brother of Amy, Arch (deceased), Grace (Mrs. Walker), loving uncle of Margot (Mrs. Helder).
RUDD, Walter Heathway. —On
January 11, at St. Hilliers Private
Hospital. Melbourne, loved husband of Ivie, 21 Mary street, Hawthorn.
RUSH, Annie Alicia. - On January 12, at 16 Rowland street. Mont Albert, loved wife of the late Edward Reynolds (late of Malvern), dearly loved mother and mother-in-law of Frank and Lynn, Arthur and Esma, Ted and Mar- gareta Newstead and Vttl. Tom and Nance, Jack and Doreen, and Charles and Lloys, affectionately remembered by her 19 grand- children.
RYAN, Gladys.— On January
11, at Warragul, dearly loved sis- ter-in-law of Adelaide (Mrs. Fitz- patrick, Poowong) and Terry, loved aunt of Brian. -At rest.
SAINSBERY, Edward Charles.— On January 12, loved husband of
the late Ada Louisa, loving father
of Lilla (Mrs. Coats) and Eric. -At rest.
SMITH, William (Malley).—On January 12 (suddenly), at Terang, loving son of George and Florence (deceased), loving brother of Snowy, Doris, and Leila, aged 40 years.
THOMAS, Nicholas Henry.—On January 12, at his home, No. 659 Hampton street, Brighton, loved husband of Maude, and dearly loved father of Charles (deceased), Char- lotte (deceased), Cecil, Lena (de- ceased), Vera, Ruby, and Linda, In his 90th year.
THOMAS, Dr. Douglas J.—Loved nephew of Edward, Courtney, Lina (Mrs. Darvall), Lottie, and cousin of Joyce Connell.
THOMAS, Douglas John.— On January 11 (suddenly), at Olinda. (Inserted as a mark of respect by 6th Fld. Amb. Association.)
TRAHAIR. Sarah Ellen.—On January 12, at Wangaratta, the
dearly beloved wife of the late John, loving father of John, Pat, and Mary (Mrs. J. P. Cleary). -Requiescat in pace.
. IN MEMORIAM
HERON, William.—Loving mem- ories of my loved husband, who passed away January 13, 1953, lov- ing father of Bill, Phyllis (de- ceased), and Joan (Mrs. Green- wood). -Unseen, unheard, yet al- ways near.
HERON.—Loving memories of my dearly loved "Pop." -Many a silent tear, but a smile carries on. (Frank, Joan, Rhonda.)
HORTON. - Cherished memor- ies of our dear sister. Hazel, who passed away January 13, 1944, lov- ing mother of Darrell and Mar- garet.. -Sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving sister and brother. Ivy and Newman.)
McMASTER.—In memory of my dear wife, Mollie, who passed away January 13, 1953, loving mother of John and Mary. -Re- quiescat in pace.
McMASTER.—In memory of Mollie, who passed away January 13, 1953. (McMaster brothers and mother. )
NORMAN, Gwenythe W., of Tun- gamah and Adelaide.—On January 13. 1953 (suddenly), at Yarra- wonga. -Thoughts and memories. (Eva Haebich.)
STEVANS.—In loving memory , of my dear husband, Albert Thomas Couch Stevans.
He would not ask for grieving,
He would not ask for tears, But just to. be remembered
Through the passing years.
TURNER, Edward Barnard. - In loving memory of my dear father, who died January 13, 1953. -Sadly missed. (Betty.)
% BEREAVEMENT CARD
SAUNDERS. —Mrs. W. SAUN-
DERS and Family wish to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards, telegrams, and
letters of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknow- ledgment, as many addresses are unknown. .
. FUNERAL NOTICES
AITKEN. - The Funeral of the late GEORGE AITKEN will leave the Scotch College chapel. Glen- ferrie road. Hawthorn. THIS DAY (Wednesday, January 13), after a
service commencing at 2.15 p.m.,1 for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD., St. , Kilda road, Melbourne. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
BRINKKOTTER. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. ANNA MARIA BRINKKOTTER will be celebrated at St. Mary's Church,. Eltham, TO- MORROW (Thursday), at 9.30
The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for
the Eltham Cemetery. '
ALFRED ALLISON, Melbourne West and Clifton Hill. FJ5480.
EBBELS.—The Funeral of the ate JOHN THOMAS EBBELS will leave Le Pine's funeral chapel 6 Rutland road. Box Hill, TOMOR- ROW (Thursday), after a service commencing at 10.45 a.m.. for the Ferntree Gully Cemetery, arriving
LE PINE <fc SON PTY. LTD.,
HERKES.-The Funeral of the late Miss CATHERINE GRACE (Kit.) HERKES is appointed to leave the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, North road, Gardenvale East, THIS DAY, after a service commencing at. ll a.m.. for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
T. BATHURST ii Co. (late A.I.F.). LF6337.
HIDES.-The Funeral of the late Mr. JOHN HENRY HIDES is ap- pointed to leave the Bathurst Memorial Chapel, cor. Glenhuntly and Kooyong roads, Elsternwick, TOMORROW (Thursday), after- a service commencing at ll a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
T. BATHURST & Co. (late A.I.F.). LF6337.
KENNEDY. - Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. THOMAS KENNEDY will be celebrated at St. Monica's Church, Mt. Alexander road, Moonee Ponds, TOMORROW (Thursday), at ' 7
The Funeral will leave the church at 2 p.nt: for the Fawkner Cemetery.
TOBIN BROS. FJ1294.
KOCH. - The Funeral of the late Mr. FRITZ LEONARD KOCH will leave Taylor's chapel. 81 Heidelberg road. Ivanhoe, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Warringal Cemetery, Heidelberg.
E. TAYLOR & SON, Ivanhoe. JX1159.
KYLE. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. EDITH ELLEN KYLE will leave the chapel of B. Matthews Pty. Ltd., 102 Toorak road. South Yarra, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service com- mencing at 1 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
B. MATTHEWS PTY. LTD., Windsor 66.
MARSH. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. MARY ANN MARSH will leave 17 Lincoln avenue, Merlyn- ston, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 3.30 p.m.. for the Melbourne Gen- eral Cemetery, Carlton.
JOSEPH ALLISON PTY. LTD., North Brunswick. FW4126 (2 line-)
MAYNE. - The Funeral of the late EDWIN JAMES MAYNE will leave Le Pine's funeral parlor. 841 Burke road, Camberwell, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at ll 10 a.m.. for the Spring Vale Crematorium. .
LE PINE & SON PTY. LTD., JB4148.
MAYNE. - Canterbury 'Lodge No. 312, A., F., and A. Masons ol Victoria. - The Funeral of our. late
Bro. E. J. MAYNE. will leave Le
Pine's funeral parlor. 841 Burke road. Camberwell, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a.. serviré com- mencing at 11.10 a.m., for the Spring Vale. Crematorium, arriv- ing 12 noon.
R. S. MASON, Master.
J. M. REID, Secretary.
McEACHRAN. - The Funeral of the late DUNCAN HENDERSON McEACHRAN will leave Sleight's funeral home, St. Kilda road, Mel- bourne, TOMORROW (Thursday), after a service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Spring Vale crema- torium.
A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD. Phone MX4626 (3 lines).
MOODIE. - The Funeral of the late Mr. JAMES MOODIE will leave our parlor, 122 Carpenter street, Brighton. TOMORROW (Thursday), at 1.20 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
J. MONKHOUSE & SON PTY. LTD. Tel. XB1162.
NELSON. - The Funeral of the late Mr. . LESLIE THOMAS NEL- SON, of No. 55 Woodbine grove. Chelsea, will leave our parlor, 122 Carpenter street, Brighton, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at the conclu- sion of a service commencing ,t 1.30 p.m.. for the Spring Vale Crem&torlum.
J. MONKHOUSE & SON PTY. LTD. Tel. XB1162.
NELSON.-Lodge of -Zeal, No. 672_The Brethren of the above Lodge are informed that the Funeral of their late esteemed Bro. L. T. NELSON will leave the par- lors of J. Monkhouse & Sons. 122 Carpenter street, Brighton, THIS DAY, after a service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
J. H. SIMS, W.M.
NELSON. -. Gardenvale R.A. Chapter 71, Supreme Grand Chap ter. Victoria. - Companions of the above Chapter are informed that the Funeral of our late esteemed Companion LESLIE THOMAS NELSON will leave J. Monkhouse's parlors, 122 Carpenter street, Brigh- ton, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 1.30 p.m. for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
R. A. HOUSTON, Z. B. H. HORNEMAN,
P.G.Swd.B., Scribe E.
NICHOLS. - The Funeral of the late PATRICK JOSEPH NICHOLS, of Kinglake West, will leave our parlors, 311-315 High street. Pres- ton, THIS'DAY, at 3 p.m., for the Preston Cemetery.
ERN JENSEN & SONS. JU1910.
NIXON. - The Funeral of the late Mr. EDWIN NIXON will leave our parlor. 154 Johnston street. Fitzroy, THIS DAY, after short service commencing at 3 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
H. J. R. LEWIS, JA1066.
O'DONNELL. - Solemn Requiem Mass 'for the repose of the soul of the late Rev. Father GERARD O'DONNELL, C.SS.R., will be cele- brated at the Redemptorist Monas- tery, Ballarat. TOMORROW (Thursday), at 10 a.m.
The Funeral will leave the monastery at the conclusion of the Mass for the New Ballarat Cemetery.
TOBIN BROTHERS. FJ1294.
REESE-The Funeral of the late Mr. DANIEL WHITELAW REESE will leave our parlor, corner Glen- huntly and Hawthorn roads, Caul- field, TOMORROW (Thursday), after a service commencing at 10'.30 a.m., .for the Spring Vale Crema- torium.
JOHN. (ROY V.) ALLISON. LF1816.
REESE.-Yarra Yarra Lodge. No. ll, of A.. F., and A. M. of Vic The Brethren of the above Lodge and the Craft in general are in- formed that the Funeral of our esteemed Worshipful Master. W. Bro. DANIEL WHITELAW REESE, will leave John (Roy V.) Allison's parlor, cor. Glenhuntly and Haw- thorn roads. Caulfield, TOMOR- ROW (Thursday), after a service commencing at 10.30 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.
ALF DEMPSTER, Secretary.
RUSH. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ANNIE ALICIA RUSH will, leave 16 Rowland street, Mont Albert, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Spring Vale Ceme- tery.
LE PINE & SON PTY. LTD..
SAINSBERY. - The Private Funeral of the late Mr. EDWARD CHARLES SAINSBERY will leave our parlor 154 Johnston street, Fitzroy, TOMORROW (Thursday). after a service commencing at 10.30 a.m., for the Heidelberg Cemetery.
H. J. R. LEWIS, JA1066.
SMITH. - The Funeral of the late Mr. WILLIAM (Malley) SMITH will leave the residence of his sister (Mrs. A. H. Chandler). 21 Haverfleld road. Echuca, TOMOR- ROW (Thursday). Further par-
B. BEAVIS. Funeral Director,
THOMAS. - The Funeral- of the late Dr. DOUGLAS JOHN THOMAS will leave the Methodist Church, Balwyn road, Canterbury, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium. (Floral tributes to the church.) (Drivers are requested to park cars facing Canterbury road.)
LE PINE & SON PTY. LTD., JB4148.
THOMAS. - The Funeral of the late Mr. NICHOLAS HENRY THOMAS will leave his home. No. 659 Hampton street, Brighton, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at the conclusion of a service commencing at ll a.m., for the,Brighton Ceme- tery.
J. MONKHOUSE <fc SON PTY. LTD. Tel. XB1162.