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COOPER (Trotter). —On Febru-     ary 11, to Joan and Jack — a daughter (Sandra Joan).

FINSTER (Bryan). —On February 11, at Airlie, Ivanhoe, to Heather and Ray —a son (James Raymond).

HALL (Hammond). —On February 9, at St. George's, to Jean and Geoff —a daughter (Janice Kaye).

HERON (Turnbull). —On Feb-   ruary 10, at Cumnock, Traralgon, to Winna and Clarrie —a son   (Douglas Alexander). (Both well.)

McNABB (Poulter). —On January 25, at Q.V.H., to Norene and Ray —a daughter (Carol Joy).

NICHOLSON (nee Donoghue).— On February 3, at Warragul and West Gippsland Hospital, to Kath- leen and Neil —a daughter.

REDDAWAY (Reedy). —At St.   Andrew's, to Hazel and Bruce—a daughter (Susan Anne). (Both well.)

SIMMONS (Young). —On February 6, at Kyabram B.N.H., to Valma and Don —a daughter (Jillian


SMITH (Bensch). —On February 9, at Moorabbin Community, to Shirley and Ron —a son.


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HARVIE — KING. —On Feb-   ruary 11, at St. Paul's, Malvern, Peggy Victoria, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles  

King, of Ascot Vale, to George Harvie, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Harvie, of Gladstone avenue.



ATKINSON. Callie.On February 10, dearly loved sister of Rosa, Morley,. Eunice. Ruth, Lily, Row- land, and Hope.

BALFE, John Thomas, of 39 Bal-   four Road, Kensington. N.S.W.-On February 2. dearly loved husband of Eleanor Mary (Dot) Balfe. -Re qulescat in pace.

BATH, Martha Mary.-On Feb- ruary 11. at her residence, Yarra Glen, beloved wife of the ¡ate Charles Hicks Bath, and loving mother nf Ruby, Mary (Mrs. McKenzie), Phyllis (Mrs. Bell), and Jack, In her 87th year. -At rest.

BATH, Martha Mary. - On February 11, at her residence, Yarra Glen, loving sister of Jim and Maggie Wilson. -In. God's care.

BUCKLAND. John.-In memory , of our dad. who went to rest on February 10. (Joan, Joyce-Mrs.

Russo, and son-in-law Frank, loved | pop of Peter, "Robert, and Francis.)

CAPLAN. Nathan.-On February 11 (passed away suddenly), at his home, 197 Nicholson street, East Brunswick, beloved husband of Rachael, father of Gertie (Mrs. Efron), Nellie (Mrs. Cohen), Lily ' (Mrs. Gilbert).

HEFFEY, Isabella Frances.—On  

February 11, at Caritas Christi Hospice, Kew, dearly beloved wife of the late Charles Heffey, and loving mother of Gerard, Molly (Sister Winefride. Brisbane), Isa- bel (Mrs.. P. Dorian), Rev. Father John, Thomas (deceased), and be- loved sister of Teresa (Mrs. Keat- ing). -Requiescat in pace.

HEFFEY, Isabella Frances. - On February 11, in the loving care of the Sisters of Charity at Caritas Christi, beloved mother of Gerard and Sylvia, loved nanna of Mari- lyn, Peter, Justin, Fleur, Jacinta, and Frania Heffey. -Requiescat in pace.

HEFFEY. Isabella Frances.— On February 11, in the loving care of the Sisters of Charity, at Caritas Christi, beloved mother of Isabel and Patrick Dorian, loved nanna of John, Josephine, Ellen, Patrick, Genevieve, and Anita. -Requiescat

in pace.

LEVER, Ivy.—On February 11     (suddenly), beloved wife of the late Edwin (Ted), and loving mother of Edwin and Joan, mother-in-law of Connie and Don, nanna of Ross- lyn and Andrea. -In God's care.

MADIGAN, John.—On February

10 (suddenly), at 2 Charles street, i Elsternwick, loving brother of Lena and sincere friend of May. -At rest..

McDOUGALL, Robert Stuart.— On February 10, beloved foster father of Earl and Marion Mau


McDOUGALL. Robert Stuart.—  

On February 10 (suddenly, result of accident). (Inserted to express genuine respect for a very fine gentleman. Staff and employees, Elastic Webbing (Aust.) Pty. Ltd.)

McDOUGALL, Robert Stuart.— On February 10 (suddenly, result of accident). -With deep sorrow we have lost a friend and a most trusted senior member of our staff. (Directors. Elastic Webbing Indus-

tries. Ltd.)

McDOUGALL, Robert Stuart.— On February 10 (suddenly, result of accident), respected friend of Harold and Edith Sheezel.

McDOUGALL. Robert Stuart.— On February 10 (suddenly, result of accident). "-We mourn the loss of. a friend of the past 24 years. (Mr. and Mrs. Morris Plot kin.)

McDOUGALL. Robert Stuart.— On February 10 (suddenly, result of accident), respected friend of Phillip and Mary Lipshut.

McDOUGALL, Robert Stuart.— On February 10 (suddenly, result of accident), long respected friend of William J. Wallis.

PAGEY, William Henry.-On Feb- ruary 10, loved father of Myrtle (Mrs. R. H. Fuller), father-in-law of Dick, loved grandpa of Dawn (Mrs. J. Leach. Mitcham), Bill (Tongala). and Betty:' great grandpa of Karen Leach. -At

rest. '

PAGEY, William. - On Febru- ary 10. at Caulfield Hospital, be- loved brother-in-law of Ned and Lily Walker, Oak grove. North Brighton.

PHILLPOT.—To the memory of  

Mr. Phillpot, from Alan and Lola.

PHILLPOT.—In remembrance of   Chilla, "our mate." (Geo. and Eve.)

RAWLINGS, Hilda Myrtle.—On       February 11, at St. Vincent's Hos- pital, the dearly beloved wife ot Ernest Albert Rawlings, of 89 Eglinton street. Moonee Ponds, and loving mother of Dorothy (Mrs. Tyzack), Robert, Alexandra, Mer- vyn, Valda (Mrs. Turner), and Colin, aged 56 years. -Loved hy


RAWLINGS, Hilda Myrtle. - On February 11, daughter of the late Oliver and Dora Green, and loving sister of Ethel (Mrs. Cranwell, de- ceased). Barbara (Mrs. Sposlto), Dora (Mrs. Butler). Joseph. Muriel (Mrs. Dight), and Oliver.^ - At


SCHOLES, Arnold John.—On      

February 10, loved brother-in-law of Mary and George Manly, and loving uncle of Vincent and Barbara (Mrs. W. Sanders), and Bill.

SCHOLES, Arnold John.—A  

tribute of esteem and affection to

our respected fellow worker and i friend. (Inserted by directors and staff of Shea. Hood, St. Co. Pty.


SMERDON, Frank.—On February 11, at 107 Eastwood street, Ken- sington, the beloved friend of Helen and Bill, Nan and Cliff, and the boys. —At rest.

TUCKER, Ethel Hampson, of 7 Belmont Avenue, Kew.—On Feb- ruary 11, loved sister of S. E. Tucker (deceased). Mary (Mrs. Dudley, deceased), Isabel (de- ceased), William B., Albert J., and Les R. —At rest.


TWEEDLE, Walter Norman. — On February 11(suddenly), be-   loved husband of Alma (2 Caring ton, street. Pascoe Vale South), loved father of Beryl, and loving son of Annie and the late Arthur Tweedle. (For funeral ar- rangements see tomorrow's papers.)

WANGMAN, Charles Theodore.—   On February 11, at his residence, 72 Beaconsfield Parade, Albert Park, dearly beloved husband of Frances K. Wangman, loving father of Ade- laide (Mrs. Peters), Veronica (Mrs. Wangman), Athol, and Mavis (Mrs. Hayes), loved grandfather of Betty, Lorna, Vivian, Eunice Patricia, John, Robert, and Ronald, aged 73


WARE, Robert James.—On Feb- ruary 9, at Mansfield, loved grand- father of Ellen (Mrs. McIntosh), Margaret (Mrs. Atta), Robert, and Gladys.

WILSON, Walter Edgar.—On     February 11 (suddenly), at the Ferntree Gully Hospital, dearly loved husband of Ethel, and lov- ing father of Gladys (Mrs. Caith- ness), Harold, and Edna (Mrs. Hawkett), loving granddad of Graeme and John, late of North Carlton and Tecoma.—My darl-   ing sleeping. .

WILSON, Waller Edgar. —On   February 11, dearly loved father of Harold and Zella, and loving granddad of John.—Dad's job  


WILSON, Walter Edgar.— On   February 11, dearly loved father of Edna and Len Hawkett. —A won- derful dad, sadly missed.

WILSON, Walter Edgar.—On     February 11, dearly loved dad of Gladys and Charles Caithness, and granddad of Graeme.—God called   our dad, and he answered—Lord I


WRIGHT, William Charles.—On February 10 (suddenly), at. Bays- water, loved husband of Winifred, and loved father of Denis and Philip (deceased, late First A.I.F.).


BORGEEST.—In loving memory     of mother, who passed away February 12 1948. —Sadly missed. (Inserted by Alf, Nina, and


DRURY.— In loving memory of   our dear mother and grandma, passed away February 12, 1953. —At rest. (Inserted by Win, Ralph, Neil, Leslie, and Glenda.)

HEARNDEN.—In loving memory of my dear wife, Gwendoline Louise, who passed away February 12, 1945, loved mother of John, Peter, and Carolyn.—Sweet are   the memories silently kept. (In- serted by her loving husband,   Jack.)

JAMES.—In loving .memory of     my dear wife, and also my son. —Mother and our bonny lad united.

KELLY (Beck). — In loving memory of dear Joyce, passed away February 12. 1952. —Sadly missed. (Mother, brothers, and sisters.)

KENNEY.—In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away February 12, 1952. —Sadly missed. (Inserted by his daughter, Lily, and family.)

LAUGHLIN.—In fond and loving memory of our dear daughter, Betty, and my dear mummy, who passed away on February 12, 1951. (Inserted by Dick and Betty Gilbert and Rosemary Laughlin.)

LAUGHLIN.—Cherished memories of my loving niece, Betty, who passed away on February 12, 1951.

Sunshine passes, shadows fall; Loving memories outlast all.  

—(Inserted by her loving aunt, Mabel Dowsett.)

LAUGHLIN.—Cherished memo-     ries of my loving niece, Betty, passed away February 12, 1951. —Sadly missed. (Inserted by her loving aunt, Myrtle Courtin.)

LIPMAN.— In sad and loving   memory of our dear parents, who departed this life, Charlotte, Feb- ruary 12, 1945; Jack, September 12, 1949.—God rest their souls.   (Vera and Adie.)

LIPMAN.— In sad and loving   memory of my best friend, Char- lotte, who departed this life Feb- ruary 12, 1945.—God rest her   soul. (Esther Lyons.)

MALONEY.—Treasured memories of our beloved June Mary (Judy), who passed away February 12, 1950. Though absent you are ever near, Still loved, still missed, and ever


—(Inserted by her loving mother and sister.)

McEWAN (Orr).—In loving     memory of my dear daughter. Linda, who passed away February 12, 1948, beloved sister of Noel, sister-in-law of Gwen.—Ever re-   membered. (Her grieved family.)

SLATTERY.—Loving memories of my dear husband and our dear father, who died February 12, 1952. There is a link death cannot sever. Love and remembrance live for-


—(Inserted by Beat and family.) SLATTERY, James.— In loving   memory of our dear dad and papa, who passed away February 12, 1952. (Cliff, Merle, Julie, and Jennifer.)


BATH.—The Funeral of the     late MARTHA MARY BATH will leave her residence, Bell street, Yarra Glen, TOMORROW (Satur- day), after a service commencing at 10.45 a.m., for the Yarra Glen Cemetery..

FRANK HERITAGE, Healesville.

CAPLAN. —The Funeral of the   late Mr. NATHAN CAPLAN will leave at 2 p.m. THIS DAY. from Melbourne Chevra Kadisha, for the Fawkner Cemetery. (Minyan Sun- day, Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, 7.30 p.m., at 197 Nicholson street, East Brunswick.)

HEFFEY.— Solemn Requiem   Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. ISABELLA FRANCES HEFFEY will be celebrated at St. Ambrose's Church, Sydney road. Brunswick. THIS DAY (Friday), at 10 a.m.

The Funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass for the Coburg Cemetery.


LEVER.— The Funeral of the   late IVY LEVER will leave her residence, 49 Teak street, Caulfield South, THIS DAY. at 3.30 p.m., for the Cheltenham Cemetery.

R. B. PENN. Coburg. FL1475.

McDOUGALL.—Stonnington     Lodge, No. 368, A., F., and A. M. of Vic.— The Officers and Breth-   ren of the above Lodge and the Craft in general are invited to attend the Funeral of our late esteemed Bro. ROBERT STUART McDOUGALL.

The Funeral will leave 28 Seaton street, Glen Iris. THIS DAY, after a service commencing at 10.15 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.

. W. Bro. F. H. MATTHEWS, W.M.

W. Bro. N. C. McNICOL, Sec.

RAWLINGS. —The Funeral of   the late Mrs. HILDA MYRTLE RAWLINGS will leave our parlors, cnr. Buckley street and Leslie road, Essendon, THIS DAY (Friday), at conclusion of a service commenc- ing at 1.45 p.m., for the Fawkner Crematorium.


SCHOLES.—Lodge of Australia. No. 57.-The Funeral of our late Wor. Bro., ARNOLD J. SCHOLES. P.M., will leave St. Faith's Angli- can Church. Charles street, Bur- wood, THIS DAY (Friday), after a service commencing at 9.30 a.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium, arriving 10.30 a.m.


J. N. 8. WARD, Secretary.


TUCKER.—The Funeral of the late Miss ETHEL HAMPSON TUCKER will leave Padbury's chapel, 13 Cotham road, Kew, THIS DAY (Friday), after a service com- mencing at 1 p.m., for the Spring Vale Crematorium.


WANGMAN.—The Funeral of the  


WANGMAN will leave our parlors, 225 Park street, South Melbourne, THIS DAY (Friday. February 12), at the conclusion of a service com-

mencing at 1.15 p.m., for the   Fawkner Cemetery.

RENTLE & HOLDSWORTH, Funeral Directors. MX1350.

WILLIAMS.— The. Funeral of    

the late Mr. BENJAMIN WIL- LIAMS will leave 55 Anderson street, Yarraville. THIS DAY, at 12.20 p.m., calling at Ern Jensen & Sons' chapel, 311-315 High street, Preston, for a service commencing at 1 p.m., en route to the Yan Yean Cemetery, Whittlesea, arriv-

ing at 2 p.m. (not as previously  


ERN JENSEN & SONS. JU1010. WILSON.—The Friends of the late Mr. WALTER EDGAR WIL- SON, of Clair street. Tecoma, are notified that his Funeral will leave 35 Langhorne street, Dandenong, on MONDAY for St. James' Church of England, Dandenong, where a service will be held at 10.20 a.m., and thence to the Spring Vale Crematorium.

GARNAR & SON PTY. LTD., Dandenong. Phone 308.

WRIGHT.—The Funeral of the   late Mr. WILLIAM CHARLES WRIGHT will leave Rayboulds' parlors, Cecil street, Prahran, THIS DAY (Friday), at 3.30 p.m., for the New Cheltenham Cemetery. . RAYBOULDS PTY. LTD. Phone LA1017.