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BIRTHS

COMBE.—July 5, at Crown Street, to Necia and Clement—a daughter (Barbara Joan).

ECKSTEIN.—July 12, at St. Luke's, to Elly and Kurt—a daugh- ter.  

GIBBESON (nee Buckley).—July 6, at King George V, to Marion and Don—a daughter.

HARDING (nee Walker).—July 10, 1953, at Royal Hospital, Paddington, to Joyce and Frank—a daughter (Marilyn Joyce).

JOHNSTON.-July ll. at Cabar-1 Isha, Castlecrag to June, wi Io of Harry-a son

LYNCH.-June 14, nt Glen Innes, to Edna and Val-a daughter (Rose- mary Nancy).

McCRONE.-July 10. at Temora, to Jill, wife of Robert McCronc. Bungambil East, Mirrool-a daugh- ter (Jennifer).

PARRISH (nee Beverstock).-July 9. at King George V to Dulcie and Mervyn-a son (Anthony William).

SMITH (nee McKlnnon).-July 1. at St. Margaret's prlvato hospital, to Graham and Bette-a daughter (Bernadette). Survived lour days.

VEITCH (nco Castle).-Julv 10. at St. Luke's, to Edna and Bruce-a daughter (Ruth Elizabeth).

VICKERS (nee Clarke).-Julv 10. at Crown Street, to John and Shirley -a. »on (Russell John)._

ENGAGEMENTS

COURTNEY-HALPIN.-The En- gagement ls onnounced of Norma Therese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Halpin, of Murwillumbah, to William Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Courtney, of Woollahra.

FELTON-BISHOP.-The Engage- ment ls announced of Marianne, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bishop, of Botany, to Kevin, second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. Felton, of Dulwich Hill.

OLOFSSON-SANDERSON. - Thc Engagement i's announced of Jennlfei Joy. eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. H. Sanderson, of Peter- sham, to Erik, soh of Mr. and Mrs.

E. O. Olofsson. of Petersham.

DEATHS

ADKINS, Ida Maud_July 12, 1953, at her daughter's (Mrs. H. Masters) residence, 27 Oxford Street. Sutherland, and late of George Street, Marrickville, dearly beloved ?wife ol William Adkins and dear mother of Freda and Allen, and fond mother-in-law of Hubert and dear grandmother ol Pamela and Dale, aged GO years. At rest. See Tuesday's "Herald" for funeral notice.

ANDREWS, Frances Mabel.-July 10, 1953, suddenly, at Earlwood, widow of the late William Gustav Andrews and beloved mother of Bill and Doris and loving grandmother of Lindsay, Glenys and Meredith, aged 66 years.

ANDREWS, William Henry.-July 11. 1953, at the District Hospital, Bowral, late of Arthur Street. Mitta- gong, and beloved father of May, Jack, Queen. Bob and Jim, aged 69

years.

APPLEBOOM, Phillp.-July 12, 1953, at his residence, 1 Ocean Street, Woollahra, dearly beloved husband of Polly, beloved father of Myer and Billie (Mrs. Sydney Ein- feld), loving father-in-law of Sadie and Sydney and dear grandfather of Phillp, Gita, Marcus, Robyn and Ann I ta.

BACH, Amy Isabell_July 12, 1953. at her residence. 52 Allen Street. Leichhardt, beloved wife of Henry Alfred Bach, aged 81 years. For funeral notice see Tuesday's "Herald."

' BADGERY, Maud Kathleen.-July 10. 1953, at 56 Bay Street, Brighton, Victoria (suddenly), widow of late James Badgery, and loving mother ol Austin, Ellie (Mrs. Cooke. Bowral), William (deceased). Judy (Coonabarabran). Jimmy (Mrs. D. Gardync, 56 Bay Street, Brighton, Victoria), aged 82 years.

BAKER. Edith Annie.-July 12, 1953, at her residence, 1 Francis Street, Northmead, loving wife ol Charles Benjamin Baker and loved mother of William. Elsie (Mrs. Rudd), Stanley, Edna (Mrs. Reeve), Keith (Captain Baker), and Hilda (deceased), aged 80 years. At rest. BARBER, Thomas Alfred.-July   11, 1953 (suddenly), at Lane Cove, beloved husband of Maggie and father of Alan, Ernest, and Bruce, aged 48

years.

BARBER, Thomas Alfred.-July  

11, 1953, beloved brother of Andrew, William, Peter, Jack, Bert, and Ro- bena (Mrs. Townsend).

BAX, Alice Maud.-July ll, at Milton Hospital, late Harrow Road, Stanmore, loved wife of the late William Arthur Bax and loving mother of Arthur and Reg and loved mother-in-law of Mollv and Bertha. ' At rest.

BELL, Lachlan Charlton-July 11, 1953, at his residence, 12 Coul- ton Street, Bondi, beloved husband of Mary and dear father of Roger, Eileen (Mrs. Shepherd), Veronica (Mrs. Daly), Doreen (Mrs. Douglas), Mary (Mrs. Breckenridge), and Ed- ward, aged 78 years. Requiescat in

pace.

BENJAMIN. Rose Stella.-July 10. 1953. at a private hospital, Marrickville, late ol Francis Street, Leichhardt, beloved mother of Stella (Mrs. Prior). Irene (Mrs. Clews), William, and Reginald, aged 70 years. At rest.

BENSON, Margaret Ellen.-July 11. 1953. at Kingsford, of 69 Tod- man Avenue. Kensington, daughter of the late Mary and Dennis Hur- ley, of Smithfield, aged 76 years. Requlescat in pace.

BOWER, Selby G. (George). July ll. 1953, at R.G.H., Concord, late 2nd Batt., 1st A.I.F., and post- master, Collaroy P.O., dearly beloved husband of Lydia Mary Brown, of 270 Pittwater Road, Collaroy and loving father of Geoff and Laurie, aged 62 years. At rest.

BRAMBLE, Isabella.-July 12, 1953, at her daughter's residence (Mrs. Grogan, Cabramatta), relict of James Bramble, loved mother of Jean (Mrs. Jamieson), Jack. Gwen (Mrs. McGuire), Kathleen (Mrs. Grogan), dear mother-in-law of James, Nor- man, Jahn, and Gladys, fond grand- mother ? of Neawe, Kevin, Harry. Carol (deceased). Geoffrey. Peter, and' Paul, aged 72 years. At rest.

BROADLEY, William Henry. - July 10, 1953, at Cessnock District Hospital, father of Phil, Harry, and Marion, aged 63 years. Funeral This (Monday) Afternoon at Cess

nock at 3.30.

BROGAN. Ivy.-July 12. 1953. at her residence. 27 Alice Street, car- ingbah, loved wife of Bill, and dear mother of Michael, aged 46 years. Requicscat in pace. For funeral particulars see Tuesday's "Herald."

BUSHBY. Ernest Albert.-July 10. 1953, at hts residence, 41 Stanley Road. Lidcombe, beloved husband of Rosina, and loving father of Frank, Ernest, Albert.. Amy. Ivy, and Ida.- aged 84 years. At rest.

CARMODY, Lesly Eva.-July 9, ,1953 at Melbourne, beloved wife of William Carmody, ol Clontarf. See Tuesday's "Herald" for funeral announcement.

CARMODY, Janelle.-July 9, 1953 at Melbourne, . dearly loved daughter of William Carmody and the late Lesly Eva Carmody.

CHURCHILL, Marilyn Joy.-July 12. 1953, at Children's Hospital, Camperdown, beloved Infant daugh- ter at Patricia and Roy. Private

cremation.

CLELAND. . Henry.-July ll, 1953 (suddenly), at his residence, 1 River Road, Wollstonecraft, dearly beloved husband of Kathleen and fond father of Neville dear brother of Fred, Arthur, and Ethel (Mrs. English).

CLELAND, Henry George rhelps. -July ll, 1953, beloved son of the late William and Hannah Jane Cle- land dear brother of William ^de- ceased), Alfred (deceased). Evanne (deceased), Fred, Arthur, Ethel, and Leslie (deceased).

CONNELLY, Michael Francis. July ll, 1953. oí Larbert. Crick Avenue, .Potts Point, husband ot the late Mary Clsley Connelly and dearly beloved lather and father in-law of Gladys. John (deceased), Mabel and Brian (Mr. and Mrs. B. Griffin). George, Walter. Basil and Ethel and dear grandfather of Ger- ald, Dianne, Garry, Ian and Helen, aged 82 years. B.I.P.

CRABBE, John.-July ll, 1053,

at his residence. 49 Mintaro Avenue, South Strathfield, dearly loved husband of Annie and loving lather of David and James Hugh and fond grandfather of Brian and Dorothy. For funeral arrangements see Tues- day's "Herald."

CHAINE, Thomas Shlmmln.-July 6. 1953, nt Glebe Point, beloved hus- band of Madaline, beloved father of »Peter, and beloved son of Mrs. E. Cralno nnd the late H. S. Cralne, and brother of Ednn (England), Phil- lip (Wellington). Sybil (Mrs. Edgnr,

DABINETT. Walter Charles (Wally

Ricardo).—July 12, 1953, at hospital, of 4 Prospect Street, Waverley, be- loved husband of Lizette Dabinett and loved father of John, Walter and Verna. At rest. For funeral arrange- ments, see Tuesday's "Herald."

DAVIES, Franklin Cecil.-July ll, 1953. at 7 Wilson Street. Wollon- gong, beloved husband of Ruby Ethel Davies, and dear father of Natalie (Mrs. G. Keyser), and Coralie.

DAVIS, Thomas Erwin.-July 10. 1953 beloved husband of Annie Davis, and loved father of Eric, Les- lie, Edna and-Jean, aged 70 year».

DAWSON, Eliza.-July 10, 1953,

at Katoomba, of "Airlie." Victoria Street. Katoomba North, formerly of Leichhardt and Watson's Bay, beloved wife of the late George Dawson, loved mother of Sidney (deceased), loved grandmother of Milton, Bill, Ted (Peter), Sidney (Tim), and Ken. At rest.

AtDEE»nNG. Charles.-July 9, 1953,

Funeral from Williams' Parlours. Bulli, 10.30 Monday, for Woronora Crematorium. .

DEMPSTER. Howard Joseph.- July 10, 1953 (suddenly), at Sydney Hospital, of 28 Ross Street, Forest Lodge, loved husband of Zora, dear father of Leone, and fond brother of James, aged 54 years. Requiescat in pace. "'"DUT-RE, Francis Joseph.-July ll, 1953, nt hospital, of .5 Benelong street The Entrance, loved brother of Edward and Nell, aged 82 years. RIP Requiem Mass will be cele- brated nt Our Lady of the Rosary Church. The Entrance, This Morning

^EVANS^'Ä'garet.-JuIy 9, 1953

íníddenlyi. at her residence, 31 Newton Road. Strathfield, dearly be- loved wife ol thc late Frederick Rtonler Evans, and loving mother

ff Ida! Privately Interred the 10th

FISK. Oliver William.-July 12

1953, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn, of 110 The Avenue, Gran-

ville, beloved husband of Ethel Fisk

and dear father of Thomas (de- ceased), Ronald, Clarence and Dianne, aged 55 years. At rest.

For funeral details see Tuesday's "Herald." GRIEVE, Edward Elson.-JuIy.ilO. 1953, at sacred »cart Hosplce^cr^ crown Street, East_ 8ydney,_beiov»dJ huibjnd. oX ioulsa Orlevv B-I.P.

DEATHS

HADDRILL, Mary Ann.-July 4, 1953, formerly nursing sister st R.P.A. Hospital, loved sister ol Elizabeth (Mrs. Thorne) and Henry. Privately cremated at Rookwood. At rest.

HALL. George Francis.-July ll, 1953, at the Sacred Heart Hospice, ot Ramsgate Avenue, Dondl Beach, beloved husband ol Susan, and dear father of George, Marie (Mrs. Mc Gulgan). and Noel, Rcqulcscat In

pace.

HANCOCK, Elsie May.-July 12, 1953. at Royal Prince Alfred Hospi- tal, of 19 Bestie Street. Rockdale, dearly loved wife of Harold, and loved mother of Harry. Phyllis (Mrs. McMahon), Robert, William, Stanley, and Harold, aged 65 years. Sec Tuesday's "Herald" for funeral an- nouncement.

HANNA, Olive Gwen.-July ll, 1953. at the St. George Hospital, of 56 Carlton Crescent Kogarah Bay. dearly loved wife of John Bruce Hanna, dear mother of Robert. Olwyn, Garry, and Bronwyn and loved daughter-in-law ol Mrs. M. Hanna, aged 38 years. Se© Tues- day's "Herald" for funeral an- nouncement.

HARRIS, Robert Eyles.-July 12. 1953, at hospital, late Barton Avenue Haberfield, loved husband of Jenn (deceased), uncle of Elaine and Shirley, brother-in-law of Corn. Sybil, and Alfred.

HAVERS. Mary.-July 9. 1953. at her residence, 53 Queens Street. Woollahra, widow of the late Wil- liam Havers, loving mother of Dor- othy (Mrs. Law), dear grandma of Janice, Judith and David, aged 84

years. R.l.p.

HOARE, Ivy Evelyn.-July ll, 1953, at The Strand holiday reserve. Deewhy, dearly beloved wife of John Sydney Hoare, of 61 Victoria Street, King's Cross, Darlinghurst, and lov- ing mother of Raymond and Dawn, aged 36 years. At rest.

HOARE, Ivy Evelyn.-July ll. 1953, at The Strand, Deewhy, dearly beloved daughter of Mrs. M. Porter and loving sister of Henry, Gertrude, Iris, Lily, and Thelma, aged 36 years.

At rest.

HYLAND. John Patrick.-July 12. 1953 Scamlsts. Narooma, devoted husband of Dora Marlon and loving father of Bill, Jean (Sr. Imelda, Lithgow). Father Miles. CM. (Mel- bourne), Pat (Sr. Jeanne, Lewisham), Joan, Marie, Michael (deceased), John, father-in-law of Eric. Allan. Joan, and Dorothy, and grandfather of Anthony. John (deceased) Joan (deceased). Mary Teresa. Nalsh, Judy. Michael. John McLeod and John Allan, aged 73 years. R.l.P.

HYLAND. John Patrick.-July 12, 1953 Seamlsts. Narooma, son of the late Martin and Katherine. Sofala, and loving brother of Bernard (de- ceased). -Clss Alphonsus, Veronica (deceased) Ted (deceased). Lillian, and Michael (deceased), aged 73 years. R.l.P.

JACK. George , Henry.-July lit, 1353. at his residence. 9 River Street. Bellevue Hill.- dearly loved husband of Jane Elizabeth and loving father of Hester, George, Jim, Jean, and Fran, and fond brother of Cecil, aged 63 years. For funeral arrangements seo Tuesday's "Her- ald."

JENKINS. Henry Vincent.-June 27, 1353, of Foley's Road. Gwynville (accidentally drowned), beloved hus- band of Norma Evllne, dear lather of Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Henry Jenkins, and brother of John and June (Mrs. Bray), aged 27 years.

JENKINS. Thomas.-July 12, 1953, at a hospital, late of Davis- town, beloved brother of Amy Mor combe. aRCd 74 years.

JOHNSON, Charles Henry - July 1953 at his residence, 26 Pacific Parade, Deewhy, dearly beloved husband of Eileen L. Johnson and loving father ot Thelma and Tom, aged 80 years. For ever with the Lord.

JOHNSON. Charles Henry - July, 1953, at his residence 26 Pacific Parade, Deewhy, eldest son of the late Charles and Louisa Johnson, of Mona Vale, and loving brother of Esther (Mrs. Holding, deceased), George (Mona Vale), Alice (de- ceased), William (Harbord). Ada (de- ceased), Rose (Mrs. Bills, Mona Vale), aged 80 years. At rest.

JUSTICE. James.-July ll, 1953, of 40 Florence Street, Hornsby, late of Islay, Scotland, beloved hus- band of Mary, loved father of An- nette (Mrs. J. Carter), and Stuart, dear brother of Robert.

KELPY, Henry Ommanney (Harry). - July ll. 1953, at his resi- dence, 22 Killeen Street. Wentworth- ville, dearly loved father of Jack (John), Mervyn, Marjorie (Mrs. Bowden), and Dorothy (Mrs. Gartly), aged 74 years

KIRK, Jane_July 12, 1953, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Darlinghurst, dearly beloved mother of Ethel (Mrs. Downton), John, Sam, Charlie (de- ceased), Hannah (Mrs. Bardsley) and Jane (Mrs. Hyde), aged 86 years. For funeral notice see Tuesday's "Herald."

LANDIS, Harry.-July 10. 1953, at a private hospital, Darlinghurst, late of 12 Bercslord Road, Rose Bay, dearly beloved husband of Millie, beloved father ol Harry A.. Dorothy and Jack, loving father-in-law of Jeanette and Anna and dear grand- father of Rac, David. Bryan, Caro- lyn, Murray and Robin.

MCDERMOTT, Rev. Father Pat- rick.-July 12. 1953, Parish Priest of Werris Creek, at thc Catholic Presbytery, Werris Creek, brother of the Right Rev. Monsignor McDer- mott, of Gunnedah, aged 57. R.l.P.

MCKINNON, Thelma Estelle. July 10, 1953, beloved wife ot Reverend R. D. McKlnnon (Metho- dist Parsonage, Wyong). loving mother of Alec, Peter, Allson, Helen, lan, and Lachlan, aged 51 years. At rest.

MCMAHON. Katherine Mary.-July 12. 1053, at her residence. 15 Vic- toria Street. Cabramatta, and late of Liverpool. For funeral notice see Tuesday's "Herald."

MALBOURNE, Richard M.-July 12, 1953, at his residence. 22 Spru son Street, Neutral Bay, beloved husband of Ada Letitia and father of Frederick and Bruce, beloved brother of Maude Craig (deceased) and Carita McDonald, aged 70 years.

MANNING. Wallace Black-July ll. 1953, at Repatriation General Hospital. Concord, of 43 Matthews Street. Punchbowl (late 56.Btn.. 1st A.I.F.), dearly loved husband ol Jean loved father of Betty, dear brother ol Phyllis (Mrs. Bower. Singleton), and brother-in-law ol Mnrjorlc. Jack. Frank. Charles (de- ceased), and Bert. By request no floral tributes.

MASTERS. Annie Olivia.-July 12. 1953, at a private hospital. Chats- wood, widow of George Ernest, be- loved mother of Ethel (Mrs. Manser, deceased). Mabel (Mrs. Ansell). Edie (Mrs. Lord). Harold (deceased). Charlie. Roy and Lydia (Mrs. Mar- tin), In her 92nd year.

MATTHEWS, Mahala Ellzahcth. July ll, 19S3, at her residence. 42 Albert Street. Leichhardt, beloved wife of Herbert and loved mother of Vera (Mrs Gilbert), Doris (Mrs. Magln), and loved grandmother of Grace. Elma, and Lynette. At rest. For funeral notice see "Herald" Tuesday. .. , .

MATTHEWS. Mahala Elizabeth. July ll, 1953, beloved sister ol Bertha (Mrs. Flaxman, of Epping), Mabel Overton (deceased). Maud (Mrs Donehue. of Croydon), John (Leichhardt), and James (Eastwood).

MELVILLE. George.-July ll, 1953. at his residence, 41 Wangan- ella. Street. Balgowlah, husband of Hie late Frances Elizabeth, beloved father of Gordon. Beryl, and Merle.

MILLER, Charlotte Rosina.-July ll. 1853 at 8 York Street, Belmore, widow of Charles Alexander and dearly loved mother of Charles, Her- bert, Elva (Mrs. A. McDonnld), and Beryl (Mrs. F. Hoosc). aged 82 years.

MOORE, Mary Elizabeth.-July ll. 1953 at thc Sacred Heart Hos- pice, beloved mother of Cynthia (Mrs. Adams) and Leonora, dear mother in-law of Adam Adams, and loved grandmother of Bill Bourke. Rcqulescat in paco.

MUIR, Henry Richard.-July 12, 1953 at his residence. 354 Penshurst Street. Chatswood, dearly beloved husband of Doreen Jane and loved father of Ron. Lawrie. Richard and Sandra, aged 52 years. For-funeral arrangements see Tuesdays

"Hcra.d." _ , . . _

MURRELL. Frederick George. July IO, 1953, at his residence. 22 Klrkoswald Avenue, Mosman, dearly beloved husband of Florence and loving lather of Eileen (deceased). John, Harold, and Ena. In his 83rd yenr. At rest. Privately cremated July ll, 1953. ... .""

NELSON, Samuel.-July ll. 1953, at his residence, 106 Oberon Street, Coogee, loved husband of, the late Catherine Nelson.. dear father of Norman, Moya, Leonard and Edna (Mrs. Fraser), and fond brother-in law of Misses Nellie. Mabel and Edith Smith, aged 75 years. Requlescat In

pace.

NICHOLSON, Edna. - July ll. 1953, at a private hospital, beloved wife of John Nicholson of Belmont, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Oswald and loved sister of George. Dorothy and Norma, and fond daugh- ter-in-law and sister-in-law of Mrs. J. Nicholson and family, of Sydney.

OOM, Evelyn Margaret Stewart. July 9. 1953, at her residence, Kirri- billi. Private cremation.

O'REILLY. Bernard.-July ll. 1953 (suddenly), at his residence. IO Crane Avenue. Haberfield, dearly loved husband of Blanche O'Reilly and loving father of Frater Peter O'Reilly. S.V.D. (U.S.A.). Berna- dette (Mrs. F. Hawes), and Paulene (deceased), and dear father-in-law of Francis Hawes, aged C7 years. Requlescat In pace.

O'REILLY, Bernard.-July ll. 1953 (suddenly), at his residence 10 Crane Avenue, Haberfield, son of the late Bernard and Hanora O'Reilly and dear brother of Phelim (Peter, deceased). Don. and Hanora (de- ceased), aged 67 years. Requlescat

'VAYNE, Bede.-July 10 1953.

suddenly, beloved husband of Maude Mildred Payne, of 3 Prince's Street. Gladesville, loved father of Joan. Betty and Gordon, aged 59 years.

PORTER, Alice Blanche Amelia (Queenie).-July 11th, 1953. at her residence. 21 Grassmere Street, Guildford, dearly loved wife of Stan- ley Cecil Porter and loved mother of Vera, Edna, and Joyce aged 65

years.      

PRESGRAVE, Laura nilson.-j\uy

ll, 1953 suddenly, at her residence, 44 Cnlhlnn nond, Northbridge, dearly loved wife of Herbert-Charles, loved mother of Glory (Mrs. A. C. Palfrey, man). Peggy (Mrs. Graham Willis) and Hon and dear sister of Mrs. Reg Opie, of Brighton, victoria.

PRITCHARD Emily Ann.-July ll. 1953, at her residence. 110 Princes Street, Kew, Victoria: beloved wife of the late David West Pritchard, much loved mother of Doris.

PRYOR, Frank Oswald.-July 12, 1953. suddenly, of Commercial Bank, Riverstone, dearly loved husband of Helena Isabel, dear father of Muriel (Mrs. Flaherty, of Flvedock), and Ian (of Newcastle), dear father-in law of Mick and Norma and fond ¡Pop of Michael »nd Jennifer Flah- erty »nd Stephen «nd Kim Pryor,

aged SB jj*1T

DEATHS

PRYOR, Frank Oswald.-July 12, 1953 (suddenly), of Commercial Bank, Riverstone, beloved son of Mr. Ben Pryor and the late Mrs. Pryor, of Newcastle, and fond bro- ther of Winifred (Mrs. Stewart ?ow) and Muriel.

PYKE, Randal King.-July 11, 1953. at his home, Cowabbie, Coola- mon, beloved husband of Susan, loved father of Lance and Doris, dear brother of William (Sydney). Fred (Kamarah). Mrs Boyd and Mrs. Drover (Strathfield).

REYNOLDS, Lavinia.-July 12. 1953, relict of the late John Rey- nolds, late of Bodangora and Artar- mon, mother of William (deceased). Fred Sid, Joe, Horace (deceased). May. Les, and Mavis, aged 90 years.

ROSEWORN. Roherl William. Julv 10. 1953. at hts residence, 63 Grove street, Leichhardt, beloved husband of Neille and loved lather of Dick Christie, and fond father in-law of Joyce, and grandfather ol Hugh, and Judith, aged 67 years. At rest.

RUNGE, Emma Jane.-July 8, 1953, at a private hospital. Burwood. Jaie ol Granville and Junee, loved mother of Florence (Mrs. Fulton. Duras. South Coast), Charles (de- ceased), John (deceased), and loved grandmother of Dorothy (Mrs. Parker, Bankstown). Ray Price (Can- berra), and John Price (Hurstville), aged 93 years. Peacefully at rest. Privately cremated 11th July. 1953.

RUTHENBERGE. Gcnrse.-July 12. 1953. at Katoomba (result ol accident), cf 93 Lurline Street. Katoomba, dca riv beloved husband of Mary Teresa Ruthenberge and fond father of Diane and Janette, cud beloved son of Mr and Mrs. A. W. Ruthenbcrgc. of Marburg. Queens- land, aged 38 years.

SCOTT, Elizabeth Alary.-July 12, 1953. at 31 Brodie Street, Yagona, late of Boggabri, beloved wife of Frederick and loving mother of Madeline and Lisle (deceased), and mother-in-law of Bill and Topsy, loved srandmother of Beth, George and Wilma, aged 6fi years.

SCOTT. Joseph James.-July 12. 1953. of 157 Phillip Street. Water- loo, relict of Ann Scott and loved father of William and dear son ol Amelia Goman, aged 68 years. At rest.

SEATON. James Richard.-July 11, 1953. at his residence. 3 Lackey Street, St. Peters, dearly beloved husband of Lillian Grace.' and loving father of James, William, and Francis. R.l.P. For funeral notice see Tuesday's "Herald."

SEMMENS, Richard John.-July 12. 1953, at the Western Suburbs Hospital, of 427 Liverpool Road, Ash- field, dearly loved husband of Bertha Margaret and loving father of John and William, aged 74 years.

SHELTON, Arthur Victor-July 12. 1953, at the Tamworth Ba-ve Hospital, late of 37 Grand Avenue. Westmead, beloved husband of Lola May and dear father of Gloria. John. Neville, and Paul. To be interred

MpthrwUef p.mptnrv WPU Tnnm-nrlh

July 13, 1953.

SHETTLE, William John_July 10, 1953, ol 82 Barcom Avenue, Rushcutter Bay, relict of the late Mary Josephine Shettlc. dearly loved father of Patricia (Mrs. P Reed), and Phyllis (Mrs. B. Mulligan), lov- ing grandfather of John and David Reed and Patricia and Susan Mulli- gan, and father-in-law of Prank and Eugene, aged 65 years. Requlescat In pace.

SHETTLE, William John.-July 10, 1953. dearly loved brother of Percy, Fred. Eileen and Margaret (Mrs. Henderson) brother-in-law ol Nan and loving uncle of Bill (de- ceased), James and Marie (Mrs. Perry). Requlescat in pace.

SHONE, David Henry (narry). July ll. 1953. at hospital, of 85 View Street, Annandale, dearly be- loved husband of Ruby Shone and dear brother of George, aged 68 years. At rest.

SMITH, Henry Vivian.-July 12. 1953. at hl6 residence. 22 Harboard Street. Thirroul beloved husband of Doris Mary and dear father of Marte (Mrs. Bradley) Thomas, Margaret. Michael. Patricia and Joanne, aged 53 years. R.I.P.

SMITH. Julia Mary Charlotte (Lottie).-July 12. 1953, at her resi- dence, 7 Rae Street, Randwick.

SMITH, Margaret Theresa.-July 11. 1953 at Orange, late of 3 Yar- alla Street, Newtown, widow of the late David Sandlord Smith and lov- ing mother of Brother David Smith, M.S.C. (Rome). R.I.P.

SMITH, Percy Edward.-July ll, 1953, at his residence. 2G shackel Avenue. Concord, dearly loved hus- band of Kate, and loved father ol Eddie, Stella, Cecil. Sylvia, Betty, and Vallie, aged 68 years.

SMITH, Percy Edward.-July ll, 1953, at his residence, 26 Shackel Avenue, Concord, dearly loved son of George and the late Annie Smith, and dear brother ol Austin, Arthur, Linda, and Reginald, aged 68 years.

SMITH, Rebecca.-July ll, 1953, late of 6 Duke Street, Campsie, be- loved mother of Bruce and Hessel, loved mother-in-law of Violet and Emma, dear grandmother of Will. Keith. Jean, Douglas and Noel, aged 86 years.

TAYLOR, James Thomas.-July 10 1933, suddenly, beloved son ol Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor, of 37 The Causeway, Maroubra, dear brother ot Joan, Gloria, Irene and Robin, aged 31 years. At vest.

TREFFONE, Wilhelmina.-Juy ll beloved sister ot Lila and sister-in law of William Taunton, and dear auntie of Camille, Lorna, and Dawn.

TREFFONE, Wilhelmena.-July ll 1953 at her residence. 72 Grove Avenue, Penshurst, late of Inverell, dearly beloved wife of David Tref- fone and loved mother of Clifford, Olive, Ella, Marguerite, Muriel, Norma, Hazel and Ronald, aged 76

years.

TREGENZA, Arthur Frederick. July 11, 1953, at Balmain Hospital, beloved husband of Eveline Florence Tregenza of 80 Jarrett Street.   Leichhardt, and stepfather of Ron Jenkins, aged 64 years. For funeral notice see Tuesday's "Herald."

TREGENZA, Arthur Frederick. July 11, 1953, at Balmain Hospital, beloved father of Dorothy (Victoria), and Eveline (Victoria), aged 64 years.

TREGENZA, Arthur Frederick. July 11. 1953, at Balmain Hospital, son late John and Helen Tregenza, loved brother William (deceased), George (deceased), Helen (Mrs. Rlckhardt). Victoria Ethel (Mrs. Griffin. Leichhardt) aged 64 years.

UPWARD, Edward.-July 12, 1953,

at Enfield, late of 45 Gilmore Street.]

Wollongong, beloved father of Wil- liam (deceased). Ivy (Mrs. W. P. Murphy, of Enfield), Eric (Camper- down), and Edna (Mrs. Welsh, West Wollongong), aged 86 years.

USHER, Andrew Charles.-July 10, 1953, of Narara, beloved husband of Laura and father of Fred, aged

66 years. At rest.

VITSACAS. Marls.-July 12. 1953 (suddenly), at her residence. 488 Old South Head Road, Rose Bay. dearly beloved mother ot Peter. Peggy. Anna. Nick, Andrew and Paree, loved grandmother ot Gregory, Mary. John and Peter.

WALMAN. Herbert John Peter. July. 12, 1953, at Gloucester House, and of Hillview, Liverpool, beloved husband ol Grace and loved father of Doris, aged 60 years. For Funeral arrangements see Tues

day's "Herald."

WARREN. Victor Jahn.-July ll. 1953 suddenly, at lils residence, lti Reiby Street, Newtown, dearly loved husband ol Hilda Warren and loved lather ot Nardie and dear brother of john. Edith (Mrs. White), Irene (Mrs. Ayres) and Eleanor (Mrs. Harrington), aced 52 years At rest.

WEATHERBY, Elijah.-July 12, 1953. of 125 Cavendish Street. Stan- late of Goulburn, dearly     beloved father of Athol and dear father-in-law of Mabel, aged 93 years. At rest.

WETHERILL. William Ernest. July 10, 1Ü53. at a private hospital. Randwick, beloved husband of tne late Amy Wetherill and loved father of William. Amy (Mrs. Cook). ,and Enid (Mrs. Ireland). Privately cre- mated on July ll. 1953.

WHELAN. Robert Thomas-July 12, 1953. at his residence. 99 Euston Rood. Alexandria, relict of the late Margaret Whelan and dear father of John. Mary (Mrs. Walter Cox), Joseph, Catherine (Mrs. Harry Hawkes), William, Patrick. Mar- garet (Mrs. Leslie Smith). Bernard, Alice (Mrs. Peter Kennedy), and Vera (Mrs. Leslie Symons), fond father-in-law of Nellie and Jean, grandfather of Robert, John, Leslie, Colin, Gloria, and Elaine, and great grandfather of Jeffrey and Denise, aged 8O yenrs Requiescat in pace. For funeral arrangements see Tues- day's "Herold." _

WHITING. Edith. - July 11, 1953, at 79 Atkinson Street, Liverpool, formerly of Bellambi and 32 Virginia Street, Wollongong, beloved mother of Jessie (Mrs. T. Nicholls. Liverpool), Ellie (Mrs. J. Clark, Carlton),   Herbert (Corrimal), Emmie (Mrs. E. Welsh), and Creo (Mrs. C. Walters, ofWoy Woy), Alfred (Woonona),   Amura (Mrs. J. Kerr, of Bellambi), Eva (Mrs. E. McDermott, Woy Woy),

and Edward (of 32 Virginia Street, Wollongong), aged 82 years.

WILLMOTT, Eliza Isobel.-July 11 1953, at The Home of Peace, Petersham, widow of Frederick Wright Willmott.

WILTON Edith May.-July 10. 1953. nt hospital, greatly beloved and loving wife and mother of the Wilton family. Blackheath, aged 47 years. Never to be forgotten.

WOODHEAD, Charles Henry.- July 12 1953. at hospital, dearly loved father of George. Bill, and Vivienne, aged 75 years. For funeral arrange- ments see Tuesday's "Herald."

WOODS. Ada Maude.-July ll, 1953 at her residence. "Riverina." Undercliffe Road, Undercliffe, beloved wife of Albert and loved mother of Tom. Doylah (deceased). Merle, and Les, aged 81 years. At rest.

IN MEMORIAM

ALLAN.-In loving memory ol our darling Elva, passed away July 13, 1942. Sadly missed by mum and

dad.

ALLAN.-A tribute tothe memory ol my dear pal, Elva, who passed awnv July 13, 1942. Ever remem- bered. Betty

ALLINSON.-Loving memory ot our darling mother, May Victoria, who passed away July 13, 1949.

A thought lor to-day.

But a memory lorcver.

Sadly missed by her loving daugh- ters, Norma and Hazel.

ANDERSON.-In loving memory ol mv husband. Lleut.-Colonel Sub. R. D.S.O., who passed on July 12, 1951. Inserted by his wile. Dorothy.

ARTHURSON.-In loving memory of Colin Angus passed away July, 1952. Sadly missed by his loving wife and family.

AVERY.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father. Samuel James, passed away July 13. 1949. Always remembered by his wife, Rose, and daughters. Mavis and Janet. . ,

BAKER.-In lovlne memory, of our dear mother and elster, Mary Jane, who passed away July 13, ig45 Always remembered by Betty, George. Ena, VI and sister, Lou.

IN MEMORIAM

BALL.-In loving memory of our dear mum. Caroline Mary Ann. who lett us July 12. 1S50.

Softly the leaves of memory fall,

Sadly we stoop to gather them all.

Sodly missed and always remem- bered by her loving family,

BEAUMONT-In loving memory ol our mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother, who passed away July

13

Away In a beautiful somewhere. Sheltered from grief and pain;

Where all life's Journeys are ended, Some day wc will meet again.

Sadly missed. Hilton. Elsie, and Annette.

BELL.-Fond memories of my dear father-in-law. Charles William, who departed this life July 13. 1942. Inserted by his son-in-law. Cyril

BLUMER.-Jack. A brother's tribute from Herb and May, Mel- bourne.

BOXSELL.-In memory of my husband, Arthur Claydon, who passed away in Concord Hospital, July 13, 1952. Inserted by his loving wife, and family.

BOXSELL.-Cherished memories of dad who passed away R.G.H., Concord, July 13. 1952. Jean and Lovell.

'BOYLE.-In loving memory ot our dear son. Clarence Stanley, passed away July 13, 1950. Sadly missed Mum and dad.

BRICE.-In loving memory ol our dear wife and mother. Ethel. Sadly missed alwavs with us. Dad and Buz.

BROWN.-A tribute ot remem- brance to Dorothy (Dolly) from Rose and Roy Brown.

BROWN.-Cherished memories of John, beloved husband cf Amy, and dearest dad of Gladys, Jack, David, Douglas, Enid. Bettv. Elsie, called to rest July 13, 1950.

Beyond the sunset. Forever In our hearts.

BURCHMORE.-In fond memory of Alice Maud, who passed away July 13. 1949.

To live In the hearts we leave behind

ls not to die.

Inserted by her loving family.

BURROWS.-In loving memory ol my dear husband and our dad, Harry, who passed away July 13, 1951. Sadly missed by his wife. Gwen. Jack. Bunny. Jim. and Verna.

BURROWS.-In loving memory of dear Harry, who passed away July 13. 1951. Inserted by his uncle. Jack, aunty. Mag. and family.

BURROWS.-Fond memories ol our dear friend, Harry. Always re- membered by Howard. Dorothy. Lesley.

BURROWS.-In levine memory »I a dear friend. Harry, died July 13. 1951.' Rene.

CHAPMAN.-Treasured memories ol Wal, our devoted husband and father. Remembered always. Rene and Wendy.

CLARKE.-In loving memory of my dear husband, our father, Thomas, passed away July 13, 1940. Sadly missed.

CONWAY.-In »loving memory ol our dear mother. Ruth Elizabeth, who fell asleep July 12. 1952. Always remembered by loving daugh ter. Olive, Bill. Bob.

COWLE.-In loving memorv of our dear mother, passed away July 13, 1952. Sadly missed by Lilly. Elsie. Fred, and Bill.

CRAIG.-In loving memory of my darling mother. Mimi, who passed away July 12. 1949.

Inserted by her ever sorrowing! daughter Cora Ann Williams. Leura.

CRAIG.-In loving memory of our dear grandmother, who passed away July 13. 1948. Joan and Gordon.

CRERAR.-In loving memory ol my dear wife, Ettie Holly, who passed away July 13 1952. Sadly missed by her loving husband and family, daughters-in-law. Val. Hilda, son-in-law Phillip, aud grandchild- ren, Lynette and Phillip.

CRERAR.-In loving memory of our dear mother, mother-in-law. and grandmother Ettie, who tell' asleep July 13, 1952.

God has her In His keeping. We have her In our hearts.

Sadly missed by Douglas. Hilda,

and Lynette.

CRERAR.-In loving memory ol Ettie, who passed away July 13. 1952. Remembered always by gran and family.

CRERAR.-In fond memory of our dear friend. Ettie, passed away July 13. Fondly remembered by Marshle, Bill, Dianne, Una, Percy.

CROCKER.-In loving memory of our darlflig "I" (Irene Valerie), who passed away July 13, 1949.

Not a day do we-forget you.

In our hearts you are always near. We who loved you will always miss

As lt* dawns another year.

Always remembered by dad, mum. Betty, U.S.A.

DAVIES.-In loving memory ol my dear husband and my father. Jim. who passed away July 13. 19a0 Sadly mlsesd by his wile, Stella, and

son. John.

DAVIES.-In loving memory ol our dear son-in-law and brother-in law. Jim, who passed away July 13.

1950.

Always remembered by his mother and father-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sowter. Nick, Bob and. Florrie.

DAVIS.-In fond memory of my mother. Maude Ethel, who passed away July 13. 1947.

Always remembered by Betty. -

EAMENS.-Treasured memories of my loved husband. William, and dear father of Audrey and Pam. who passed away July 13, 1946. Loving memories linger forever.

EAMENS.-In loving memory ol Bill,, passed away July 13. 1946. Never forgotten. Inserted by Gladys

and Jack. T

FLETCHER.-Charles William, passed away July 13, 1948. Fondly remembered by son. Tom. '

FOGO.-In loving memory of our dear daughter and elster, Nancy. Inserted by her mother, father,

sisters.

FOWLER.-In loving memory ol mv dear husband, our father. Adrian, who passed away July 12, 1952. In- serted by his loving wile. Mary, and family^

GARDNER.-In loving memory ol my dear wife. Lydia, who passed away July 13, 1940. Always remem- bered by her husband. Jim, and family. Alan, Grace, Jack, June.

Perce.

GLOVER.-In lovinn memory ol mother Ruth, passed away July 13 1949.

Deep in my heart your memorv ls

ThoughPl'I 6mlle with thc world I

will never forget.

Loving son. Ray and daughter in-law. Ann,

GORMAN.-In memory of om beloved Marie, passed away July 13 1951. Remembered by Win, Dot. John.

GOUGH.-In loving memory ol my dear husband, Joseph, and oui father, who died July 13. 1343. In- serted by his wife and sons. Bert. Rupert.

GOYMOUR.-Treasured memories of our mum and gran, Maude Isobel. Inserted by Russell, Clyda and Brian.

GRAHAM.-In loving memory of our dear son, brother, and grandson. David, who passed away July 1J. 1952. '

Sorrow cannot rob us

Of happy hours we've known, Nor take our dear one trom us.

For love will keep Its own.

Ever In our thoughts.

Dad. mum. Nell. Allson. Gram.

GROVE.-Frederick, died July 12 1930, Always remembered. Inser- ted by Clin. Val and kiddies. Tum

bnrumba.

GUDGEON.-In memory ot rn: loving wife. Maria, who passed awa: July*13. 1951. Inserted by her lov- ing husband. Albert.

GUDGEON.-Loving memories o: our dear inum. Marla, who died Julj 13. 1951. Inserted by Jessie. Arthui and lnmily. -

HALL.-Cherished memories o! our dear father and graudlnther, William Henry who departed till." life July ll; 1952. Always remem- bered by Annie and Adam, Evelyn and Fred. Harry and Margaret anti

lamilles.

HARRINGTON.-In loving memory ol my dear sister, Dot, passed away July 12, 1936.

A memory forever.

Inserted by her loving sister, Tooney.

HARRIS.-In fond memory of ms husband, Jack. July 12, 1950.

Deep In my heart a memory ls kept Of one I loved and never forget.

Florence.

HILL.-In loving memory ol Albert William.

Sweet arc the memories silently kept Of one we loved and will never forget. . Brother Gus and family.

HOOPER.-In loving memory of our dear brother who passed away July 13, 19527 Inserted by their loving brother and sister. Florrie

and All.

HORTON.-In loving memory ol our dear mother, passed away July

U. 1951.

It ls sweet to remember a mother

so dear.

Though absent from us she ls ever

so near.

Unseen by the world she stands

bv our side

And whispers dear children death

cannot divide.

Sadly missed by her loving daugh- ter. Ceil, and son-in-law. Merv. .

HUNT.-In loving memory of our dear mother. . mother-in-law. and grandmother, Ann, who passed away July 13, 1951.

A beautiful life came to an end.

She died as she lived, everybody's

friend;

A cheery smile, a heart of gold.

The dearest mother the world could

hold.

Always remembered ' by son. Jack, daughter-in-law. Dot, grandchildren. Margaret and Robyn.

HUNT.-In loving memory of our dear mother, mother-in-law, and grandmother, Ann. who passed awrty July 13, 1951.

It does not take a special day

To bring you to our minds,

Tito davs we do not think of you

Are very hard to find.

Always remembered by son. Austin, daughter-in-law. Elaine, and grand-

daughter. Gaye.

HUNT.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Ann, who passed away July 13. ISSI.

It docs not take a special day

To bring you to our minds;

The days wc do not think of you

Arc very hard to find.

Sadlv missed by her loving daugh- ter and son. Hazel, Peter.

HUNT.-in loving memory of our darling mother, who passed away July 13, 1951.

Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of one we loved and will never

forget. , .

Sadlv missed by her loving daughters, Jean, Maud: sons-in-law. Alf, Bill; and grandchildren.

HUNT.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Ann, who passed away July 13. 1951. Inserted by her lov- ing son. Alf, and daughter-in-law.

Ruth.

HUNT,-In loving memory ot my darling mother, Ann, passed away July 13. 1951. Gone, but not for- gotten. Inserted by herlovin» daughter and eon-to-law, Winnie,

Les.

. IN- MEMORIAM

INGRAM.-J. A. (Hap), departed July 12, 1052. Inserted by tats wife, Olga.

INGRAM.-Joseph Alfred. "Appy." In loving memory. Forever In our thoughts. Mum. Dinah. Fred, Auntie

Elsie.

ISHERWOOD.-In loving memory ot our dear mother, who passed awav July 13^ 1948. Always remembered by daughters. Rubv Lowe (Stnmlord U.S.A.) Frances Geraghty (Svdncv). Harold John Robert (Vancouver. Canada).

KELLY.-In loving memory ol dod. William Thomas, passed away July 12. 1850. Always remembered by his [loving, wife and daughters. Lily and

fomilv. Melba and family, and Ismay.

KENT.-In loving memory of my dear husband and my father. John William, who passed away July 12. 1947. Always remembered by his loving wife, Martha: son. Phillp,

and tamlly.

KING.-In loving memory ot dear Flo. Sadly missed by Bill and

Mart.

LAURENCE.-In loving memory ot Jean, loved and loving daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A. Fisher. Austinmer, dearly loved mother of Robert and sister of Nancy who passed away July 13. 1952.

LOCKE.-Treasured memories ol our father and grandfather. Jim. who passed away July 13, 1951.

Net to-day, but every day.

In silence we remember.

Always remembered by the lamlly. .UcCOUAT.-In sincere memory ol our darling mother, grandma and grentgrandma. Jessie, who passed awny July 13 1951.

Every day In some sweet way.

Your loving memory comes our way. Sadly missed hy her family.

Meco uAT.-Jessie, memories are the most rhcrlshed thing we have of you now mum.

Your son Rob, daughter-in-law Allic, granddaughter Barbara.

MCLEAN.-In loving memory ol my dear father, William, who passed away July 13. 1042. Always remem- bered by his son, William.

MCPHERSON.-Loving memories ol my dear son and our brother. Donald McDonald, passed away July 13. 1949. Always remembered by his mother, sisters, brothers.

MAHER.-In loving memory of our dear daughter. Joan, who passed away July 12, 1952. Never forgotten. Mum and Dad

MAHER.-Cherished memories of our dear sister and sister-in-law. Joan, passed away July 12, 1952. Sisters, brothers, sister-in-law. and brothers-in-law.

MAHER.-Loving memory ot our dear Auntie Joan. 'Always remem- bered by John, Russell, Chris. Judy. Michael. Susan. Robert.. Margaret.

MARSDEN.-Pond memories ol Bill, who passed away July 13. 1952. Inserted by Abby Fowler.

MATTERSON:-In loving memory     ci mv dear wife Florence who passed away July 13 1951. Always remembered bv her loving husband. Alfred

MATTERSON.-Pond memories of our dear mother and grandmother. Florence, passed away July 13. 1951. Inserted by Elvia, Phyllis, and lamllles.

MEMBRE Y.-A tribute of love to my dear wife, our loved mother and ma. Florence May. who fell asleep July 13, 1950. Inserted by her loving husband, Harry.

MENSER.-In loving memory ol my dear daughter, and our dear sister, Marjorie, passed away July 13. 1949.

To be with us In the same old way. Would be our dearest wish to-day.

Inserted by her loving dad. Una. Tom. Ted. Reg. Thora. Ett. Matt.

MENSER.-In loving memory ol aunty. Marjorie, passed away July 13. 1949. Inserted by her niece. patric!«, and nenhew. Harold

MONTGOMERY. - In loving memory of my dear father and father-in-law. Ferdinand, who passed away July 12, 1950.

He would nit ask for grieving,

Ncr would he ask for tears. But Just to be remembered

Throughout thc passing years

Never forgotten by Frank and Dulrle.

MOSS.-George Henry. Beautiful memories and loving thoughts. Dear- est I will never forget. Till wc meet again. Your loving wile

MOULDER.-In loving memory ol our darling son and brother. Peter Charles, who fell asleep July 13, 1949, aged 7 years 10 months. Always remembered by his loving mummy and daddy, brother. Noel,

sister. Carolyn.

MOULDER.-In loving memories of dear Peter, who passed away July 13. 1649.

As long as life and memories last Yon - will live forever In our hearts.

Inserted by granma and granpa White. Auntie Win. and cousins.

PARNALL.-In treasured memories ol my dear husband, Alfred, who passed away on July 12, 1943.

The flowers which I place on your

grave may wither and fade away. But my love for the one who lays

beneath will never fade.

Fondly inserted by his loving wife. Flo

PINKERTON.-In toting memory ol my dear husband. lather Robert Daniel who passed away July 13. 1951. Rest In peace. Inserted by Dlr loving wile. Florence, children. George. Norma. Robert Gerald Ron- ald Barry.

PRIOR.-In loving memory ol my dear daughter and sister, Sylvia, whom God called home July 13. 1941.

Gone lrom those who loved you.

Plucked like a flower In bloom; So bright, so young, so loving.

Yet called away so soon.

. Sadly missed by loving mother and sisters Queenie and Kathleen.

PRYOR.-In sincerest, memory ol Aunt Glen, who passed away July ll. 1952. Never forgotten. Inserted by niece. Faye.

RAY.-Treasured memories ol Reg, who tell asleep July 13. 1952. Lov- ingly remembered by his wife, Al.

ROBERTS.-In loving memory ol our dear son. Ross, died July 13, 1851, aged 2 days. Sadly missed by

Laurel and Frank.

SARGEANT.-In loving memory ol my dear brother. Arthur John, who died July 13, 1952.

When last we saw your smiling face

You looked so strong and well. And little did we think that night

lt was our last larewcll.

Inserted bv his loving sister «nd brother-in-law. Aggie and Willie Cornwell, nephews. Willie and Wallie, .ind niece. Beryl.

SMALL.-In loving memory ot mj dcar'husband and our lather. Thoma; David who passed away July 13. 1948. Never forgotten. Inserted by Ills loving wife, Janet, and Inmiiy.

SMITH.-In loving memory ol oui dear wile, mothci. mother-in-law ano grandmother, who was called home July 13, 1952. She patiently suffered, she humbly loved our Lord through

whom she Is now with God. We rejoice she is in His care. W. A. Smith. Marian. Will. Norman. Thelma and Len. their wives hus- bands and families.

SMITH.-Trcnsured memories ol our dear son and brother. Mervyn, whom God called home. July 13, 1941.

God lins him . In His keeping.

Inserted by mum, dad, brothers Colin, Harold, Ronnie and twin brother Len and sisters-in-law.

SUMMERHAYES.-In loving mem- ory ol my dear husband and out lather. Ernest Alfred, who passed away July 13. 1950.- Always remem- bered by wile. Elsie, and sons.

SWEETMAN.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on July 12. 1949.

It la sweet to remember a mother

so dear.

Though absent lrom us she ls ever

so dear.

Unseen by the world she stands

by our side

And whispers dear children death

cannot divide.

Always remembered by her sons and daughter. Fred. Leslie. Millie.

TAME.-In loving memory of my dear mother and grandmother. Eliza- beth Ann who fell asleep July 12.

1950.

She lived lor tho?e she loved

And those she loved will never forget.

Inserted by her loving daughter. Amy. and son-in-law, Andy, und family.

TAME.-In loving memory of our dear mother, mother-in-law, and grandmas Elizabeth Ann. who passed away July 12. 1950. Always remem- bered by Alf. Flo. Wendy, and Vir- ginia.

TAME.-In loving memory of my dear mother Elizabeth Ann. who passed away Julv 12. 1950. Sadly missed by her loving daughter. Netta.

TEACLE.-In loving memcry ol my dear husband and father. Thomas, who passed away July 13, 1939. Inserted by his loving wile and daughter. Alma.

Sweet is his memory.

Dear ls his name. Deep -In our hearts.

He will always remain.

THOMPSON.-In loving memory ol Sidney, dear husband ot Doris and father of Betty. p..sscd away July 13. 1952.

WALKER.-In memory ot our esteemed friend. Richard, who passed away July 13, 1951. Always remem- bered by thc Chambers lamlly. ol Bexley.

WARD.-In fond remembrance ol my dear son, Vincent, who passed away on July 13. 1947. Ever remem- bered by his mother.

WESTPHAL.-In loving memory ol darling Molly, who fell asleep July 13. 1952. Always a beautiful memory of one we loved so dear. Mum. Fred. Bob

WHATLEY.-In loving memory ol   my dear husband. Charlie, father, rather-ln-law. and grandfather, iell asleep July 13. 1949.

WHITEHEAD.-In memory of Sgt. Barrie Whitehead, died whilst p.o.w.. Borneo, July 13, 1945.

Not Just to-day, but every day, In silence we remember.

Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, and brothers.

WILKIE.-In memory ol uncle Col. died July 13 1942.

Always remembered by niece Dolly. WILLIAMS,-In loving memory of my dear dad. David who passed away July 13. 1952.

He would not ask for grieving

He would not ask for tears. But Just to be remembered

By those who loved him dear.

Loved and remembered by his daughter. Gertie son-in-law. Charles.

WOODLAND. -In loving memory ol our dear mother. Mary Woodland, who passed away July 13. 1951. In- serted bv her four sons nnd families.

ON ACTIVE SERVICE

BROWN.-Cherished memories ol our only son. F./Sgt. D. G. W.. R.A.A.F.. killed, Cour l'Eveoue, Fronce. July 13, 1944.

The yenrs will not darken, nor

shadows dim.

The beautiful memories we have of

him.

HADDON.-In loving memory of my dear son, Thomas, who passed away July . 13, 1945. Always remem- bered by his loving mother, sisters, brothers-in-law. and nephews,

JONES.-David, 2/2 M.O. Batt., died of wounds. El Alamein, July ll, 1942, dearly loved younger brother of Will, Alma, Les, Bert, Doreen, Harold. Always remembered.

ON ACTIVE SERVICE KENNEDY-In affectionate

membrance of Plight Lieutenant John Connelly Kennedy, R.A.F.. who gave his Hie for lils country. July 13, 1940 Pat Bray and George Holli day, Directors of Bray and Holllday Pty. Ltd.

CARÖL. of 50 Glover Street. Leich- hardt, wish to THANK all relatives, friends, and neighbours for their kind expressions ol sympathy In their recent Sad bereavement.

Mrs. E. WHYTE., ol 412 Aber- crombie Street. Chippendale, wishes to THANK relatives, friends, and neighbours tor their floral tributes, cards of sympathy, during her rercm sad bereavement, especially Mis Martin Mrs. Tuck and Mrs. Rick- ards*------^--______ _FUNERALS_

ACOTT.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster, Mr. Allen Acott, and Mr. J. Ison, are invited to attend the Funeral of their loved Mother, Mother-in-law, and Daughter, CAROLINE ACOTT: to leave St. George Church of Eng- land, Earlwood. This Morning, after a service commencing at 10.45 o'clock, for the Crematorium. Rook- wood.

WALTERS and SON, A.F.D.A.,

Dulwich Hill Terminus.

LM1676. LM1458-9.

ANDREWS.-The Funeral of the late WILLIAM HENRY ANDREWS will leave the Funeral Chapel, Station Street, Bowral. To-morrow (Tues- day), at 8.15 a.m., for Rookwood Crematorium.

G. BEAVEN, Bowral.

APPELBOOM.-The Relatives ann Friends cf Mrs. Polly AppelDoom and Family, of 1 Ocean Street, Woollahra, are Invited to attend tht Funeral of her dearly beloved Hus- band and their beloved Fathet. Father-in-law. and Grandfather PHILIP APPELBOOM: to leave thf Chevra Kadisha Memorial Hall, corner Oxford and Wallis Streets. Woollahra, This Afternoon, alter service commencing at 1 o'clock, foi th" Jewish Ccmcterv, Rookword Minyon at Mr. S Elnfeld's home, 162 Military Road. Dover Heights. To-night, at 8 o'clock,

SYDNEY CHEVRA KADISHA.

ATKINSON_The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Evelyn Atkinson, ol ll Glebe Street. Glebe, are Invited

to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband. WILLIAM ARTHUR: to leave our Chapel. 30 City Road, city, This Monday, after a service commencing at 1.15 p.m.. for thc Rookwood Crematorium.

MOTOR FUNERALS LTD., A.F.D.A.

30 City Ro»d. city. M6277.

ATKINSON.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Marv Atkinson and Family are invited to attend the Funerjal of her beloved Son and their dear Brother Brother-in-law and Uncle. WILLIAM ARTHUR: to leave our Chapel 30 Cltv Road, city. This Monday, after a service commencing at 1.15 p.m.. for the Rookwood Crematorium.

MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED

A.F.D.A..

30 Cltv Road city M6277.

BAKER.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. Chnrles Benjamin Baker, ot Francis Street. Northmead, are respectfully informed that the Funeral nf his dearly loved Wife ls apoointed to leave The Salvation Army Citadel. George Street. Parra- matta. This Dav. after a service commencing nt. 2.30 n.m.. for the IndeDend'nt Cemetery. Rookwood. Section N

CHARLES INNES and SON.

A.F.D.A. 32 Darcy St. Parramatta,

Phone UW9259._ BARBER.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late THOMAS ALFRED I

BARBER, ol 43 River Road West. Lane Cove, are Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel. 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street. Norlh Sydney, Tc-morrow (Tuesday), after service commencing at 3 p.m.. for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

BELL.-Requiem Mass for the repos"

of the soul of thc late LACHLAN C. BELL will be celebrated at the Church cf St. Patrick. Wellington Street. Bondi. This Morning at f o'clock. The Funeral will leave thc Church after prayers for the Catho- lic Cemetery. Botany.

MOTOR FUNERALS LTD. A.F.D.A.

328 Oxford Street. Woollahra.

Phone FW6675.

BENJAMIN.-The Relatives and Friends of the late ROSE STELLA BENJAMIN are Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave Our Private Chapel. 435 New Canterbury Road. Dulwich Hill. This Morning, al 10.30 o'clock, for the Church ol England Cemetery, Rookwcod.

WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A.

Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676. LM145H-P

BENSON.-The Relatives and Friends ol thc late MARGARET ELLEN BENSON, of 69 Tedman Avenue, Kcmtppton, are kindly In- vited to attend her Funeral: to leave the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary. Kensington. This Mon- day, at 2 p.m.. lor Catholic Ceme- tery. Botany.

ANDREW KENNEDY. A.F.D.A..

436 Anzac Pde. Kingsford. FF5Ü80.

BLIGH.-The Relatives and Friends of the late ARTHUR SYDNEY

BLIGH ot 32 Earl Street, Merry- lands, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave A. F. Anderson's Funeral Home, corner South Street and Diamond Avenue, Granville. This Day. after service commencing at ll a.m., for Rockwood Crema- torium .

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY.

Railway Pde. Burwood. UJ2178-9. BLIGH.-Lodge Sir Walter Scott. No.

123, U.G.L. of N.S.W.: The Officers and Members of the above Lodge are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother, AR- THUR SYDNEY BLIGH. . For par- ticulars, see family notice.

E. D. HODGKINSON, W.M.

W. H. ANTHONY. P.M., Sec

BLIGH.-The Totally and Perman-

ently Disabled Soldiers' Association, N.S.W. Branch: The Officers and Members ol the above are Invited to attend thc Funeral ol their lal»" esteemed Member, A. S. BLIGH (late A.I.F.). For lurther particu- lars, see above notice.

W. H. BEAVER. President. S. SWAINE, Secretary,

C. GAYLER. Liaison Otllrei.

BOWER - The relatives and friends of Mrs. L Bower are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their loving Father. SELBY G.

BOWER: to leave St. Faith's Church. of Englan,. Narrabeen, on Tuesday Morning. July 14 after service com-

mencing at 10 o'clock, for Crematorium

Northern Suburbs  

F. TIGHE and CO.. A.F.D.A. 32 Sydney Rd. Manly. XU4529,

BOWER.-Tho Officers and Members

of the Deewhy Bowling Club

klndlv Invited to attend the Funeral ol their late Member. SELBY G. BOWER. For full particulars family notice.

L. G. KENDALL. Pres.; H. E. CLARKE. Sec.

BRAMBLE.-The Relatives i

Friends of thc late Mrs. ISABELLA BRAMBLE arc kindly Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave oiir Private Chapel, 240 Oxford Street, Paddington, To-marrow. Tuesday, at 3 o'clock, lot the Church ol Eng- land Cemetery. Botany.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS.

240 Oxford Street. Paddington.

Phone. LA2777 (4 lines).

BUSHBY.-The Relatives and Mirnds

Ol the Inte ERNEST A. BUSHI1Y of 41 Stanlev Road. Lidcombe, arc kindly Invited to attend his Fune- ral: to leave my Private Mortuary Chapel. 2a Auburn Road. Auburn. This Dav. ot 10.40 ».m.. for thc Independent Cemetery. Rookwood. Section N.

REGINALD W. HILTON, Funeral |

Director. 2a Auburn Road, Auburn.

UX7850.

CANNON. - The Relatives and Friends of the late WILLIAM PAT- RICK CANNON, of 30 Ney Street, Mascot, are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Funeral

Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown

This Morning, at 9.15 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Eastern Suburbs.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. Phcne. LA2777 14 lines*.

CLELAND.-The Funeral of the late I HENRY CLELAND, of 1 River Road,[ Wollstonecraft. will leave

Methodist Church. Walker Street, North Sydney, This Monday, after

tori

U.G.L. ol N.S.W.. are Invited

attend the Funeral of their esteemed late Bl'Oihcr. HENRY CLELAND

For lurthev particulars see tnmlly|

nr.tlce Regalia.

W R. DAKIN, W.M.

H. F. WLTTONE. Sec.

CLELAND-The President. Execu-

tives, and Membcis of the North Sydney Anzac Memorial Club arc Invited to attend the Funeral ol their esteemed late Member; HENRY CLELAND. For lurther particulars see family notKe.

C. I. Ebbrell. Secretary.

CLELAND.-The Members of thc North Sydney Anzac Memorial Bowling Club are Invited to attend thc Funeral of their esteemed late Member. HENRY CLELAND. For further particulars see family notice.

Chas. Kearn. President.

CLELAND.-The Members of Woll-

stonecraft Bowling Club are Invited to attend the Funerol of their esteemed late Patron. HENRY CLE-

LAND For further particulars see|

family notice.

A. E. Willis. Pres. Fred. Cunliffe. Hon. Sec.

CLELAND.-The Members of Waver,

ton Bowling Club are Invited lol attend the Funeral of their

esteemed late Member, HENRY |

CLELAND For further particulars see lamlly notice.

C. A. Penney. Pres. S. W. Anderson. Hon. Sec.

CLUTTERBUCK.- The Relatives and Friends ol Mrs. FLORENCE CLUT- TERBUCK, o/ 70 Wellington Road. Chester Hill, are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave our Chapel. South Terrace. Bankstown. This Monday, at 9.4.1 a.m.. for Catho- lic Cemetery. Rookwood.

WOOD COFF ILL LIMITED

;_UY1406._

CONNELLY.-The Relatives and Friends of the late MICHAEL FRAN- CIS CONNELLY, ol Larbert Crick Avenue. Potts Point, are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave St. Canlce's. Elizabeth Bay. This Day (Monday), at 9.30 a.m.. for the Randwick Cemetery. Requiem Mass for the repose of his soul to be celebrated at 9 a.m. .

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,

A.F.D.A.

Zit. 1830. ZA4138.

O'AMBRA. - The Relative» and Friends of the late Mrs. MARIA GIUSEFPA D'AMBRA, of 156 Marlon Street, Bankstown, are In- vited to attend her Funeral; to leave St. Felix' Church. Bankstown. This Monday after prayers commencing at 2 p.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Rookwood (Section ll). Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 7 a.m.

DAVIES.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. F. C. Davies and Family, of 7 Wilson Street. Wollongong, are Invited to attend the Funeral ser- vice of her beloved Husband and their dear Father; to be held at Parsons' Funeral Parlour, This Monday, at 1 p.m.; alter which private cremation will lake place at Woronora at 2.30 p.m.

H. PARSONS. Funeral Director.

Wollongong

DAVIS.-The Relatives and Friends of the late THOMAS ERWIN DAVIS are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Funeral Home 24 Enmore Road Newtown. THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, lor the Presbyterian Cemetery. Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 24 Enmore Rood Newtown. Phone LA2777. (4 lines).

DAWSON.-Thc Funeral of the late I Mrs. ELIZA DAWSON will leave

our Chapel. Bathurst Road and] Cascade Street, Katoomba. This

Monday, after service commencing | at 10.45 o.m., for church of Eng- land Cemetery. Rcokwood. arriving at Cemetery at 1.30 p.m. Section

DEMPSTER.-The Relatives and Friends of the late HOWARD JOSEPH DEMPSTER, of 28 Ross Street, Forest Lodge, are invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Funeral Chapel, 249 Crown Street, city.-This Monday, at 11 a.m., for the Catholic Cemetery Botany.

THOMAS DIXON PTY LTD., Funeral and Embalming Service. Est. 1836. FA4102-3.

DOYLE.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. Raphael Clarence Doyle arel

Invited to attend the Funeral ol his dearly loved Wife. ELMA IRENE; to leave St. Raphael's1 Church, George Street, South Hurst-, ville. This Monday, after prayers commencing at 10 a.m.. Catholic Cemetery. Woronora,

qulem Mass will bc celebrated al 7 o'clock

DUNN.-Thc- Relatives and friends

of Mrs. Leone Florence Dunn. o£ 29 Kensington Street. Waterloo, are In- vite.-! to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband THOMAS DUNN; which will leave Joseph Medcolf's Funeral Chapel. 172 Red- fern Street. Rcdlcrn. This Morn- ing, ofter service commencing at 10.45 o'clock for the C. of E. Ceme- tery. Botnny.

JOSEPH MEDCALF. A.F.D.A.," 172 Redfern Street. Redfern.

Phone. MX2315 (2 lines).

DUNN.-Booralee Royal Arch Chap-

ter No 333.-The Officers and Com- panions of the above Chapter are fraternally Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Companion, THOMAS DUNN. For further par tlculars see above notice. Regalia.

P.Z.. S. STANFIELD.

Scribe. E. W. E. CHILDS

DUNN.-Lodge Booralee No 202,

U.G.L. ol N.S.W.-The Officers and Members ol the above Lodge are Fraternally Invited to attend th? Funeral ot their late esteemed Member. Bro. THOMAS DUNN Foi lurther particulars sec above notice.

C.A.N. PARSONS W.M. E. BURCH. Secretary

DUPRE.-The Relatives and Friends

ol the late FRANCIS JOSEPH DUPRE ol The Entrance, are fclndh Invited to ottend his Funeral: to leave Our Lady of Thc Rosary Church. The Entrance. This Morn- ing at 11.15 o'clock, tor thc Catho- lic Cemetery. Wnmheral.

LAKES MOTOR FUNERALS.

360 Thc Entrance Read. Long Jetty

Phone The Entrance 195 or (14.

EDMONDS. - The Relatives and Friends of the late PRINCE ALBERT VICTOR EDMONDS are advised Ihnt his Funeral will leave our Funeral Home. South Terrece, Bankstown. This Afternoon, at 1.15 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery.

Woronora.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS

South Terrace. Bankstown. Phone. LA2777 (4 lines).

EXCELL.-The Relatives and Friend; of the late EMILY LOUISA EXCELL, of 6 Wallace Street. Con- cord, arc Invited to attend hei Funeral; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Railway Parade, Burwood This Dav. aflcr Service commencing nt 2.15 p.m.. for Rook wood Crematorium.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY.

Railway Parade, Burwc-d. UJ2178-9 GARDINER.-The Relatives and Friends ol the late ALICE MARY GARDINER, of Mudgee Ro?.d. Cullen Bullen ore Invited to attend her Funeral; tn leave the Catholic Church, Cullen Bullen, alter service commencing at 2 p.m.. To-morrow (Tuesday), lor the Catholic portion

of Cullen Bullen Cemetery.

WOOD & WOOD. A.F.D.A.

Phone. Lithgow 44 and 9.

GOODSELL — The Funeral of the late ALFRED JAMES GOODSELL (1st Btn., A.I.F.), of Bundeena will   leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home Corner Prince's Highway and Bestie Street, Rockdale. To-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.45 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, Woronora.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY.

Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9 GRIEVE.-The Friends of Mrs. Louise Grieve arc kindly Inviten to attend thc Funeral ol her dearly beloved Husband, EDWARD ELSON GRIEVE: to leave St. Mary's Cathe- dral. Sydney. This Morning, at ll o'clock lor the Catholic Cemetery. Botany. Requiem Mass will be cele- brated This Morning at 8 o'clock.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS. 265 Elizabeth Street, Sydney

Phone. LA2777 (4 liars).

HALL.-Requiem Mass lor Ihe repose

cl the sou) ol the late GEORGE FRANCIS HALL, ol Ramsgate Avenue. Bondi Beach, will be cele- brated at the Shrine of St. Anne. Blair Street,. Bondi Beach, Thli Monday, at 9 a.m. Thc Funer?l will leave the Church after prayers commencing at 10.45 a.m. for the Botany Cemetery.

THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD.,

Funeral and Embalming Service.

Est. 1336. FA4102-3.

HAWKEN.- The Relatives and Friends ci the late tMrs. CLARA HA WREN, of Chatswood, ore Invited to attend her Funeral, leaving Ern- est Andrews's Chapels, corner Paci- fic Highway and Thomas Street, Chatswood. This Day, after service commencing 11.45 a.m., for thc Northern suburbs Crematorium.

HAY.-The Relatives and Friends ot

the Family ol the late Mrs. ROSE ANNE (Annie) HAY are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Mother, Mother-in-law. and Grandmother: to leave St. Mel's Church, Campsie. This Monday, alter prayers at 10.15 a.m.. for the Catholic Cemetery. Woronora. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at

7.15 a.m.

... _ íor thc ._,_ _. soul of the late NICHOLAS HEENEY will be cele- brated In St. Francis Church. Albion Stree!, cits. This Monday Mcminc nt 9 o'clock: thc Funeral will leave the Church niter Mnss tor Botany Cemetery.

A O'HARE.

13 Norton Street. Leichhardt.

LM1995. ,

HENDERSON.-Thc Relatives and

Friends ol the late GEORGE BOOKER HENDERSON, of 139 Smith Street, Summer Hill, are In- vited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, cor- ner Prince's Highway and Bestie

Street. Rockdale, This Dny. aiter|

service commencing at 10.30 a.m., for Woronora Cemetery.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY.

_ROCKDALE. LX60ÜB.

HOARE. ^-The Relatives and Friends  

ol Mr John S. Hoare and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife and their loving Mother, IVY EVELYN HOARE; to leave our Private Chapel. 32 Sydney Road, Manly This (Monday) Alternoon, nt 1.30 o'clock, for Church cf Englnnd Cemetery, Rookwood.

HOGAN.-Thc Relatives and Friends ol Mr, Thomas William Hogan and Family are invited to attend the Funeral ol his dearly loved Wile and their dear Mother. VIOLET ELIZA; to leave cur Chapel. «10 George Street, Sydney, This Mon- day, at 9.30 a.m., lor the Church ol England Cemetery, Rookwood.

HUGHES.-Requiem Mass lor the re-

pose of the soul of the late Mr. I THOMAS HUGHES, of 47 Walker Ave, Haberfield, will be celebrated!

at the Church of St. Joan of Arc, Haberfield, This (Monday) Morning,

at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave|

the Church This Afternoon a

o'clock for Field of Mars Cemetery.

JENKINS. - The Relatives and Friends of the Family ol the late HENRY VINCENT' JENKINS. ol Foley's Road. Gwynville, arc kindly Invited to attend his Funeral; which ls to leave Cole's Funeral Parlours. Wollongong. This Monday, oller service at 1.30 p.m.. for the Wor- onora Crematorium, nrrlvlng nt M.IS

p.m

A S. COLE. Funern! Director.

JENKINS.-The Relatives andi

Friends of the .late THOMAS JENKINS are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave T. J. Andrews'! Chapel. 25 Enmore Rond. Newtown. Tills Day niter serviré commenc- ing nt 2.30 p.m. for the Rookwood

Crematorium

T J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD

A.F.D.A.

Phones LA2873 etc_ JOHNSON.-The Relatives . and Friends of Mrs. Eileen L. Johnson and Fnmlly nrc kindly Invited to nttend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their loving Father. 'CHARLES HENRY JOHN- SON: to leave the Salvation Army Citadel. Pittwater Road, Deewhy, This (Monday) Morning, after a short service commencing at 10.30, lor Mona Vale Cemetery.

FUNERALS

JUSTICE.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Mary Justice and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband and their dear Father and Father-in-law. JAMES JUSTICE; to leave St. David's Presbyterian Church. Hornsby. This Day. alter service commencing at 9.45 a.m. fer thc Northern Sub- urbs Crematorium,

T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD..

A.F.D.A., HORNSBY.

Phones. LAZ873 and JU15I4.

JUSTICE.-Masonic Lodge Hornsby, No. 262. U.G.L. oífN.S.W.: The   Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to attend the

Funeral of their late esteemed Wor. Bro., JAMES JUSTICE. For further particulars, sec family notice. Re- galia.

R. W. AYNSLEY. W.M. J. C. BLACK. P.M.. Sec. T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD..

A.F.D.A.

Phones. LA2873, etc.

KELPY.-The Relatives and Friends of the late HENRY OMMANNEY (HARRY) KELPY are invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave St. John's Church. Parramatta. To- day (Monday), after service com- mencing at 2,45 p.m.. for the Rook-

wood Crematorium.

METCALFE and MORRIS PITY. LTD.. A.F.D.A.. 179 Church Street. Parramatta. UW8891. LANDIS.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late HARRY' LANDIS, late oi 12 Beresford Road. Rose Bay. »rc Invited to attend his Funeral; lc leave thc Chevra Kadisha Memorial Hall, corner Oxford and Wallis Streets. Woollahra. This Morning, after service commencing at 10 o'clock, for the Jewish Cemetery, Rockwood. Minyon at ll Raleigh Street. Dover Helghls. To-night, al 8 o'clock.

SYDNEY CHEVRA KADISHA.

LANE.-The Relatives and Friends

ol the late WILHELMINA BRIDGIT LANE of 3 Fontaine Street. Chats- wood, arc Invited to attend net Funeral: to leave our Funeral Chapel. 30 City Road. Sydney. This (Monday) Afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery. Eotons

MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.F.D.A. 30 City Road. Sydney. Phone M6277 MCDERMOTT.-Solemn Requiem High Moss for the repose of the soul ot the late Father PATRICK MCDERMOTT. Werris Creek parish priest, will commence at St. Thomas' Catholic Church, Werris Creek, at 10.30 a.m.. To-morrow. Tuesday AÎter the Mass the Funeral will leave tor Werris creek Cemetery

MCKINNON.-The Relatives ano Friends cf Reverend R. D. McKln non (Methodist Parsonage, Wyong) and Family are invited to kindh attend the Funeral of their lal' beloved Wife and Mother. THELMA ESTELLE: to leave the Methodist Church. Wyong. This Day. after service commencing at ll a.m. for Wamberal Cemetery.

R. H. CREIGHTON.

Central Coast Funeral Service

_Pty, Ltd.. Gosford._

MALBOURNE.-The Funeral ol the    

late RICHARD M. MALBOURNE. ol 22 Spruscn Street. Neutral Bay.

will leave Bruco Maurcr's Chapel.' 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street. North Sydney, This Monday, after service commencing at 2 p.m.

ior the Northern Suburbs Crema-1

lorlum.

BRUCE MAURER.

XA1034. North Sydney. XB1542 MANNING.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Jean Manning and ot Betty, of 43 Matthews Street. Punchbowl, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and her dear Father, WALLACE BLACK MANNINO (late seth Battalion. 1st A.I.F.). which will leave Our Private Chapfl, Seven Ways. ^Rockdale, To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning, after service commencing at 10 o'clock, tor thc Crematorium, Woronora. By quest no floral tributes.

MASTERS.-The Relatives and Friends ot the late Mrs. ANNIE OLIVIA MASTERS, of 16 North- cote Street, St. Leonards, are In- vited ta attend her Funeral: to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel. 281 3 Pacific Highway, near West Street. North Sydney. This Mon- day alter service commencing at 1 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs

Crematorium.

MELVILLE.-The Funeral ol the

late GEORGE MELVILLE, of 41 Wanganella Street, Balgowlah, will leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel. 281 3 Pacific Highway, near West Street. North Sydney. This Mon- day after Service commencing at 10.30 a.m.. for the Northern Sub- urbs Crematorium.

MILLER.-The Relatives and Friends of the late CHARLOTTE ROSINA MILLER, are kindly In- vited to attend her Funeral: to leave Leslie S. Andrews' Chapel, 319 Liverpool Road Ashfield, This D3y, otter service commencing at 10 o.m., foi the Church of England Cemetery. Rookwood.

LESLIE S. ANDREWS.

Ashfield.

(JA 1025, opp. Presbyterian Church MUIR.-Officers and Brethren of Lodge F. S Manee No. 671 U.G.L. N.S.W. arc Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Chaplain. Worshipful Brother H. R. MUIR. Regalia. For Funeral arrangements see Tuesday's "Herald."

J. NIKITIN. W.M.;

F. BENNETT. P.M., Secretary.

MUIR.-The Officers and Brethren of Mount Calvary Conclave No. 53 S.e. ore Invited to attend the Fun- eral of their late esteemed Treasur-

er. 111. Kt. HENRY RICHARD | MUIR. For Funeral particulars see Tueïdny's "Herald." Regalia.

M.P.S. Em. Kt. L. P. R. BEAN: Recorder, Em. Kt. J. C. BROOME

WOOD COFFILL LIMITED.

Phone JA10R3.

MUIR.-Montgomery Hamilton Sov- ereign Chapter No. 53 S.e. Breth- ren are requested to attend the Funeral of our Inte Ex. and Perl. Bro. H. R. MUIR. Resalla. For particulars see Family notice Tues- day.

J. C. BROOME. MWS.

.MURPHY. - The Relatives and

Friends ol Mrs. Alice Ann Murphy and Family, ol 31 Lloyd Street. Oat- ley, ore Invited to attend the Funeral cl their dearly beloved Husband and Father, WILLIAM MURPHY, which will leave St. Declan's Churrh. Forest Road, Penshurst, To-morrow (Tuesday) niter a Requiem Mass for the repose of his soul com- mencing nt 9 a.m., for the Catho- lic Cemetery, Woronora. !

JOSEPH MEDCALF, A.F.D.A..

172 Redfern Street. Redfern.

Phone. MX2315 (2 lines).

MURPHY.-The Totally and Pei manently Disabled Soldiers' Associa- tion N.S.W. Branch: The Officers and Members of the above are In- vited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Member, WILLIAM MURPHY (late 1st A.I.F.). For further particulars. see family notice.

W. H. BEAVER. President. S. SWAINE. Secretary.

C. GAYLER. Liaison Officer.

NELSON.-The Relativos mid F'londs

of the Family ot the late SAMUEL!

NELSON of 166 Oberon Strccl. Coogee, ere Invited to attend hlf Funeral; to leave the Church of St. Brigid. Brook Street, Coogee. This Monday, after prayers commenrlne

at 1.30 p.m.. for the Botany Cemc-|

tery.

Requiem Mass for the repose ol his soul will bc celebrated at 9 a.m

THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD.. Funeral and Embalming Service

Est. 1830._FA4102-3,

NICHOLSON.-The Relatives andi Friends of Mr. J. C. Nicholson. ol| " 543 Pacific Highway. Belmont. Mr.

and Mrs. T. Oswald and Family (Newcastle), and Mrs. J. Nicholson and Family (Sydney), are Invited to attend the Funeral of their be- loved Wile. Daughter. Daughter-in law, Sister. Sister-in-law. «nd Aunt EDNA NICHOLSON :to move-from the Funeral Chapel. Belford Street.

Broadmeadow. This Afternoon. ofter|

service commencing at 3 o'clock, for Ihe General Cemetery, Charles-

town.

JAMES MURRAY. A.F.D.A

Funeral Director.

NICOL.-The Relatives and Frlendsl

ol the late Mrs. MARY ELIZABETH

NICOL nrc kindly Invited to attend |

her Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel, 004 Crown Street. Sydney. Thli Aitcrnoon, 3fter service com- mencing ot 1.15 o'rlnck. for the

Church of England ' Cemetery.|

Botany.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS.

60S crown Street. Sydney. Phone. * A2777 (4 lines).

O'REILLY.-Requiem Mass tor the|

repose ol thc soul ol the late Mr. BERNARD O'REILLY, ol 10 Crane Avenue Haberfield, will Be cele- brated at the Churrh of St. Joan

of Arc. Haberfield. This (Monday) |

Morning, at 9 o'clock. The Fune- ral will leave the Church after Mass for Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood. Mortuary No. 3.

The Officers and Members of the

above Branch are kindly invited to attend the , Funeral of their late esteemed Trustee, Brother BER- NARD O'REILLY. For details see family notice. E. Thurger. Warden: V. Rowan. Secretary. -

PAYNE.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Maude Mildred Payne and Fomllv of 3 Prince's Street. Gladesville, are invited to attend the Funeral ol her beloved Husband and their dear Father, BEDE PAYNE (late A.I.P.): to leave T. J. Andrews' Chapel. 167 Victoria Road. Gladesville. This Day at 1.30 p.m. for the Catholic section. Field of Mars Cemetery.

T J ANDREWS PTY LTD.

A.F.D.A.

Phones. LA2873 etc.

PENKAUSKAS.-The Funeral ot the

late ALEX PENKAUSKAS will leave St Columbas Church, Wentworth- ville, To-morrow (Tuesday), alter Prayers commencing at 9.30 a.m.. for North Rocks Cemetery.

METCALFE and MORRIS PTY.

LTD., A.F.D.A..

179 Church Street. Parramatta.

_UW8B91. _

PORTER.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late Mrs. ALICE BLANCHE AMELIA (QUEENIE) PORTER Hre respectfully Informed that her Funeral ls appointed to leave the Parramatta Funeral Home. 32 Darcy Street. Parramatta, This Day after a service commencing at 10.45 a.m.. for thc Rookwood Crematorium.

? , - FUNERALS

PRESGRAVE.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. Herbert Charles Prcsgrave, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Palfrcyman, Mr. and Mrs. Graham ?Willis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Pres grave arc Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their dear Mother. LAURA: to leave our Funeral Home, corner ol Miller and Falcon Streets. North Sydney. This Monday, after service commencing at 2.45 p.m., lor the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

PRITCHARD.-Thc Funeral of the

late Mrs. EMILY ANN PRIT- CHARD, will leave 110 Princes Street, Kew, Victoria. To-morrow,

Tuesday, after service commencing! at 2 p.m., for the Kew Cemetery.

JOHN ÍRoy V.) ALLISON. Melbourne. Phone JA1003.

PRYOR.-The Funeral of the late FRANK OSWALD PRYOR, of Com- mercial Bank. Riverstone, w-li] leave the Methodist Church, Windsor, To- morrow (Tuesday) Morning, alter a service commencing at 10 o'clock, for Northern Suburbs Crematorium, arriving at 11.30 o'clock.

J. W. CHANDLER, Phone Windsor 16.

PRYOR.-The Officers and Membcrsl of the Windsor Bowling Club arc respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of their iate esteemed Member, FRANK OSWALD PRYOR For particulars see family notice.

W. HADDEN WILLIAMSON. Pres.I C. WOOD. Hon. Sec.

PRYOR.-The Officers and Brethren

of Lodge Windsor. No. 770. U.G.L. of N.S.W., are respectfully requested to attend- thc Funeral of thc late esteemed Hen Treasurer. FRANK OSWALD PRYOR. For particulars see family notice.

A CAMMACK. W.M.

S W. SNELL, Hon. Sec.

PYKE.-A Funeral service for the

Iflic RANDAL KING PYKE, Coolamon, will be held ot

Rookwood Crematorium. To-mor- row. Tuesday, at 11.30 a.m.

T. J ANDREWS PTY. LTD.

A.F.D.A._Phone LA2873

REYNOLDS.-The Relatives andi Friends ol the late Mrs. LAVINIA |

REYNOLDS, ot 7 Hampden Road, Artarmon, are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Baptist Church. Willoughby Road. Crow's Nest, This Monday, after service commencing at 11.30 a.m.. for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.

ROACH --The Relatives and !? fiends

of Mrs. Agnes Ina Roach und Fam ilv of Preston, are Invited >o attena .h* Funeral of her dearly loved Husband rind their dear Fa'.her. PETER; to leave the presbyterian church. Liverpool. This Mond:.?, tiler service 'emmencing e< 1..IC p.r. ., for Presbyterian CcTictery.l 1 Iverpool.

WOOD COFFILL LIM II KD

In conjunction witn

L. MURPHY and SON. I1B7623.

ROBERTSON.-Thc Relatives and Friends oí Mr. James Kilpatrick Robertson, of 4 Guinea Street. Kogarah, are Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wile, ELSIE MAUD; to leave Metropolitan Funeral Heme, corner of Prince's Highway and Bestie Street. Rock- dale. This Day. alter service com- mencing nt 2.45 p.m.. for Woro- nora Crematorium.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY

Rcckdnle. LX6066.

ROSEWORN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. N. Roseworn. Mr. and Mrs. R Christie, nnd Family, ¡ire Invited to attend the Funeral ol her beloved Husband and their loved Father. Father-ln-Inw and Grandlather. ROBERT WILLIAM ROSEWORN: to leave his late resi- dence. 63 Grove Street. Leichhardt. This Altcrncon. niter a service com- mencing at 1 o'clock. for the Church ol England Cemetery. Rook- wood.

WALTERS AND SON A.F.D.A..

Dulwich Hill Terminus. LM1676. LM1458-9.

ROSEWORN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. Hedley. Bob. nnd Knth, arc invited to attend the Funeral of their loved Brother and Uncle. ROBKRT WILLIAM ROSE WORN. For details see above notice.

WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A. ROSEWORN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J Rose worn. Rita, and Mne. are invited to attend the Funeral cf their loved Brother and Uncle. ROBERT WIL- LIAM ROSEWORN. For details see above notice.

WALTERS and SON A.F.D.A.

ROSEWORN.-Victoria Royal Arch Chapter No. 315. S.e.-Officers and Companions of above Chapter are kindly invited to attend the Fune- ral of their late esteemed Member. Companion ROBERT WILLIAM ROSEWORN. For funeral arrange- ments see family notice.

M. E. Harborne. Z. T. W. Hudsplth. P.Z.. S.E.

ROSEWORN.-Leichhardt Chapter, O.E.S.-Members .are invited to attend the Funeral ot the late hus- band of Sister Roseworn See family notice

_G. Hay. Secretary.

RUTHENBERGE.-Thc Relatives and Friends ol Mrs. M. T. Ruthcnbrrgc and Family are Invited to attend

the Funeral of her dearly beloved |

Hurbanri and their fond Father GEORGE: to leave our Chapel. Cas

eade Street and Bathurst Road. Katoomba To-morrow. Tuesday. after service commencing at 2.15 p.m., for Church of England Ceme- tery, Katoomba.

SCOTT.-The Relatives and Friends!

ol the late ELIZABETH MARY SCOTT, of 31 Brodie Street, Yagoona, late of Boggabri, are In- vited to attend her Funeral: to leave Our Chapel. To-morrow. Tues- day, at 10.45 a.m.. for Crema- torium. Rookwood.

DIGNIFIED FUNERALS.

OPPOSITE RAILWAY STEPS

LAKEMBA._IIL2512,

SCOTT.-The Relatives and Friends

Of the late JOSEPH JAMSS SCOTT are advised that his Funeral

leave our Private Chapel. 604 Crown Street Sydney. To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning, at 11.15 o'clock. fer the Crematorium Eastern Sub- urbs.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS

604 Crown Street Sydney Phone LA2777 (4 lines).

SEMMENS. - The Relatives

Friends of Mrs. B. M. Semmens and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Husband and Father, RICHARD JOHN: to leave Leslie S Andrews' Chapel, 310 Liverpool Road Ash- field, This Day. after service com-

mencing nt 1.15 p.m., for the  

Presbyterian Cemetery. Rockwood.

LESLIE S. ANDREWS,

' Ashfield.

UA1025. Opp. Presbyterian Church. SESTAN.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mr. and Mrs. Ello Sestan. 16 D'Arcy Avenue Lidcombe

kindly Invited to nttend the Fune- ral of their dearly loved Infant Daughter. ROSANNA: to leave our Funeral Home. 121 Rawson Street. Auburn. To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning at 0.30 o'clock, lor thc Church of Englnnd Cemetery Rook- wood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS 121 Rawson Street Auburn Phcne. LA2777. (4 lines).

SHAW.-The Relatives and Friends

of the late Mrs ELLEN MATILDA I SHAW are advised that her Funeral |

will leave our funeral Home.

Enmore Road. Newtown This Morn- ing, nt 9.30 o'clork lor the Pres- byterian Cemetery. ' Rockwood

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS 24 Enmore Road. Newtown Plicne LA2777 14 lines'

SHETTLE.-Requiem Muss lofthel

repose ol the toul o', the late WIL- LIAM JOHN SHETTLE. of 82 Bar corn Avenue. Rushcuttcr Bay.

he celebrated at the Church ol St. Canlce, Roslyn Street. Elizabeth Bay, on Monday. 13/7/1953. at 8 a.m. The Funeral will leave the Church after prayers commencing nt 9.30 a.m.. for the Waverley Ceme- tery.

THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD..

Funeral and Embalming Service.

EstBb. 1836._FA4102-3.

SHETTLE. - The Relatives and Friends of the Family of the late Mr. and Mrs. John James Cahill are kindly asked to attend the Requiem Mass to be celebrated nt St. emilee's Church, Elizabeth Bay, To-day (Monday), nt 8 a.m., lor the repose ol the soul of their beloved Brother in-law WILLIAM JOHN SHETTLE, and also to attend his Funeral: wnlch will leave the church at nhcut 9.30 a.m.. for the Waverley Cemetery R.I.P.

SHONE.-The Hclatlves and Friends

oi the lute DAVID HENRY (Harry) SHONE are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Private Chapel. 59 Parramatta Road. Annandale, To-morrow (Tuesday) Morning after service commencing at 9.15 o'clock, . lor the Crema- torium. Rookwood

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS

59 Parramatta Road. Annandale. Phone LA2777 14 linesl._ SIMS.-The Relatives and Friends oil

the late ALICE VICTORIA 'SIMS, of 26 Chisholm Street, Darlinghurst, are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Kinsela Chapels. Taylor Square. Darlinghurst, This Day (Mondny), after service to commence at 2.45 p.m.. for Botany Cemetery. CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.. A.F.D.A. Est. 1830. FA4136.

SMITH.-The Relatives and Friends

of Mrs. Doris Mary Smith and Family, of 22 Harboard Street. Thirroul, are kindly ' Invited to attend tho Funeral ol her late beloved Husband and their dear Father. HENRY VIVIAN; which is to leave the Cathollo Church, Thirroul. This Monday, at 2.30 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery. Bulli,

A. S. COLE, Funeral Director,

Wnllnncone and Bulli.

SMITH.-The Funeral ol the late JULIA MARY CHARLOTTE (LOTTIE) SMITH will leave her residence. 7 Rae Street. 'Randwick. To-mcrrow. Tuesday, at il.30 a.m.. ior the Eastern Suburbs Crema- torium.

WOOD COFF1LL LIMITED. FX1290 SMITH.-The Relatives and Friends

Ol the late MARGARET THERESA SMITH are invited to attend her Funeral: to leave St. Kieran's Church, Golden Grove. This Day. at 2.45 p.m.. ior interment In the Catholic Cemetery. Botany. A Requiem Moss for the repose ot her soul Will be celebrated ot 9 a.m. LESLIE L BOX Funeral Director,

Orange. Phone 308.

SMITH.-Thc Relatives and Friends

of the late PERCY EDWARD SMITH, of 26 Shackcl Avenue. Con- cord, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home, Raliway Parade, Burwood Tills Day. after service commencing at 12.45 p.m., for Rookwood Crematorium.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY._ Hallway Ede. Burwood. TJJ2178-9.

_?___)«- ?.'5 i SMITH - ll.-liu ..<r..na-írleaí, =

ol tht late mis. itu;.,-A SMITH

ot ti Duke S.icel, campsie, are In- * vlted to attend lier Funeral: to leav« ' r. J. Andrews' Chapel, 214 Liver. 1 pool Roud. Ashfield. This Dav. alter service commencing at 1.15 p.m ÎM thc Rookwood Crematorium. ''

T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD

A.F.D.A.

Phones. LA2873, etc

SNELGROVE,-Thc Relatives ,nj Friends of Mrs. Louise Snclgrote ano Family, of 30 Mldelton Avenue North Bondi, arc Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearlv beloved Husband and their dear Father FREDRICK CHARLES ENEU GROVE; to leave our Prlvaí¡ Chapels, 302 Oxlord Street Wcol. lahra, This (Monday) Afternoon after service commencing at 13rj p.m.. for the Eastern Suburbs CM.

matorlutn.

WALTER CARTER,

FW3009. Waverley. SNELGROVE.-Lodge Unity Lewis No. S3!). U.G.L. ol N.S.W.: Offlcm and Brethren of the above Ledge tie

invited to attend the Funeral of ' their late Brother, FREDRICK ' CHARLES SNELGHOVE. See iamllv

notice. Regalia. " ,

D. W. e. JACKSON, W.M ; L. S. POINTING, P.M., Sec. t STARR.-The Relatives and Friend! .

01 the late DAVID HENRY STARR ' late of 103 Denison Road. Dulwfcli 1 Hill, are invited to attend his Fune-

ral; to leave Our Private Chapel ; 4bn New Canterbury Road, Dulwich '. Hill. This Aiternoon alter a ter- I vice commencing at I o'clock, lor t the Crematorium. Rookwood

WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A .

Dulwich Hill Terminus

LM1G76, LM1458-9. ' j

SUMMERS.-Thc Funeral of the lan ROBERT SUMMERS, cf 129 Roch lord Street. Erskineville, will leave Our Private Chapel, This Day at

2 p.m.. for the Church of England . Cemetery. Rookwood. '. ' WORKERS' FUNERAL DIRECTORS' 40 Brown St. Newtown. LA2109.

SWIFT.-The Relatives and Friends  

of the late JOHN BORTHWICK SWIFT, of 13B Hall Street. Bondi,

are Invited to attend his Funeral;   to leave St. Anne of the Shrine - Church, Mitchell Street, North Bondi, This Day (Monday), at 9.30   a.m., for Catholic Cemetery, Botany.

Requiem Mass tor the repose of his soul will be celebrated at 7 a.m.    

CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.  

A.F.D.A. Est. 1830. FA4136.   SWIFT.- Members ol the Eastern Suburbs Returned Sailors and Sol- : diers' Club are requested to attend

the Funeral of their esteemed mem ber, JOHN BORTHWICK SWIFT To-day, See family notice for par

ticulars.

N. HEALEY, Secretary. -

TAYLOR,-The Relatives

Friends ol Mr. and Mrs. R Tar- ier, Joan. Irene, and Robin, also Mr. and Mrs. R. Leatherby at« kindly invited to attend the Fune- ral oí their beloved Sen and Bro-', ther. JAMES THOMAS; to leave ' the residence. 37 The Causeway,'

MiirnilhrR This Mnnriar nt ?) li .

JOHN E. WHEATLEY. FA8164.

THOMSON.-The Relatives _

Friends of the late CHRISTINA MARY JANE THOMSON are invited ; to attend her Funeral; to leave th«

Metropolitan Funeral Home. Rail-: way Parade. Burwood, This Day, st 1.15 p.m.. for the Presbyterisa Cemetery. Rookwood.

METROPOLITAN BURIAL AND

CREMATION SOCIETY.

Railway Parade. Burwood. UJ2178-9 TREFFONE.-The Relatives and Friends ol Mr. David Treffone and

Family, of 72 Grove Avenue. Pens-   hurst, are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their loved Mother, WILHEL MINA; to leave the Salvation Army Citadel, Dora Street, Hurstville,. This Monday, after service com- mencing at 1.30 p.m., for Salvation Army cemetery, Woronora.

UPWARD.-The Relatives and Friends oí the Family ol the lat« EDWARD UPWARD, of 45 Gilmore Street, West Wollongong, are In-

vited to attend the Funeral ol their beloved Father; to leave Parsons' Funeral Parlour, To-morrow, Tues- day, after service commencing at 3.30 p.m., for the Church ol Ens land Cemetery, Wollongong. A bus lor friends will be provided.

H. PARSONS, Funeral Director, ?

Wollongong.

USHER.-The Funeral ol the late ANDREW CHARLES USHER, of Narara, will leave R. H. Creighton's Private Chapel. Gosford. Tills Day

at 2 p.m. for Point Clare Cemetery..

R. H. CREIGHTON.

Central Coast Funeral Service

Pty. Ltd.. Gosford.

VITSACAS.-The Relatives and Friends of the late MARIA VIT SACAS, ot 488 Old South Head Read. Rcse Bay. are Invited to at- tend her Funeral; to leave the Oreti; Orthodox Church. Bourke Street;

Surry Hills, This Day, alter service commencing at 10.40 a.m.. for the Botany Cemetery.

WALTER CARTER.

FW3009. Waverley.

WARREN.-The Relatives and'J Friends ot the late VICTOR JOHN.f WARREN are kindly Invited to I nttend his Funeral; to leave out Funeral Home 24 Enmore Road.

Newtown. To-morrow (Tuesday) , Afternoon, at 1 o'clock, for the |

Crematorium Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS 24 Enmore Road. Newtown

Phone LA2777 (4 lines). . . WEBB.-Requiem Mass lor the re-

pose of the Soul ol the late DARCY 1 HENRY WEBB will be celebrated tt Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.

Church, Randwick, at 9 a.m.. Mon- ! day. Thc Funeral -will leave alter ¡ Mass for the Catholic Cemetery,

BOtan WOOD COFF1LL LTD.

Phone. FX1296. " I WHEELER,- The Relatives and Friends of Mr. W. J. Wheeler, of

6 Allibone Street, Ashfield, and   Family, are invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly loved Wife and their loving Mother. AMELIA CORDELIA, to leave the Metropoli-

tan Funeral Home, Railway Parade,   Burwood, This Day, after service commencing at 3.15 p.m. for Rook-

wood Crematorium

GEO. ANDREWS. UA2808-9.

237 Llverpcol Road. Ashfield.

WHITING.-The Rf1»""* Hi

Friends ol thc Family of the lat» MVS. EDITH WHITING, ol TO Atkinson Street. Liverpool, formerly 01 Bellambi and Wollongong, »rj invited to attend the Funeral of. their dear Mother; to leave Parson» Funeral Parlours. Wollongong. Tn« Monday, after service at 4 p.m.. (or the Methodist Cemetery. Built. A bus for friends provided.

H PARSONS. Funeral Director,

Wollongong.

WILLIAMS.-The R«1»»V""BWA Friends of the late Miss ROBINA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS »".«»»« that her Funeral will °,

Funeral Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn. This Morning, it M o'clock, for the Chuich ot England

Cemetery. Rookwcod.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS.

121 Rawson Street. Auburn. Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).

WILLMOTT.-The Relatives and Friends cf the late ELIZA ISOBtt WILLMOTT are klnol.y inUted ° attend her Funeral; tc lea;e Lesli« S. Andrews' Chapel. 319 Liverpool Road. Ashfield. To-morrow Tu«: dav. ofter service anime". Ins. JJ 2 45 p.m.. tor the Independent

Ccmeteiv Rookwood

LESLIE S. ANDREWS.

Ashfield.

UA1025. Opp. Presbyterian Churcn. WOODS.-Thc Relatives and friends of Mr. Albert Woods and Family are invited to nttend the Funeral   of his dearly loved Wife and their loved Mother. ADA MAUDE WOODS: to leave Our Private Chapel 435 New Canterbury Road Dulwich Hill. This Afternoon at 2.15 o'clock, for thc Methodist

Cemetery. Woronora.

WALTERS and SON. A.F.D.A..

Dulwich Hil! Terminus. LM1676. LM1458-9.

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SEARLS. 104 KING ST »». Crosses. Casket Covers, all Tributes. BW8S75: after hours., WM34M.

tlOHTON'S Wreaths. Floral J/IM'".. 4 Rawson Pl. Haymarket. MA46M. WREATHS, Crosses, etc MIMW minehnm, 125 Oxford st, T»"

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