EMMERSON.-May 10. at Crown Street, to June and Bruce-a son (John).
GLEN (nee Hawkins).-May 10. 1953. at Royal North Shore, to Phyl and Arch-a daughter (Hazel Jean).
GREETHAM (nee Trlscott).-May 8. at Royal Hospital Paddington, to Juno.and Allan-a son (Terry Allan).
JOHNSON (nee Brindle).-May 10, . at Mater. North Sydney to Joan
and Prank-a daughter (Susan Francis).
* LEE (nee Langhorne).- May 9. 1953. at King George V Hospital, to Joan and Fred-a son (Fred John).
LEWINSKY (nee Godwin).-May ll. at the Mercy Hospital, to Marlon and Alfred-a son (Peter).
MOFFAT (nee Howells).-May 7, at Braeside, to Lila and Tom-a daughter (Beverley Anne).
. MURRAY (nee Gain).-May 10,
at Poplars Hospital, Epping, to Peg and Jack-a daughter (stillborn).
PAUL (nee Glover).-May ll, at Royal North Shore, to Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Paul-a daughter. i
. TAYLOR (nee O'Neill).-May 10, St. Margaret's (private), to Eileen and Ken-a daughter.
TUCKER.-May ll, at St. Mar- garet's, to Roy and Frances-a daughter (Kerrie).
WARNER (nee Hockey).-May 10. 1953, at King George V Hospital, to Joan and Sid-a son (Steven Bruce).
GARD-JAGERS.-The Engage- ment is announced of Norma, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jagers ' of Randwick, to Ralph Kenneth, only son of Mr. and Mrs. K, Gard, oil Ingham, Queensland.
' KING-MARSHALL.-The Engage- ment is announced of Marie, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Marshall, of Carlingford, to John Clive, younger son of the late Clive Johnson King and Mrs. E. M. Gold-
water, also ol Carlingford._
LENNOX-SMITH - May 6, 1953 at St. Mary's Church, Mudgee, Monty Lennox, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Lennox, of Cassilis, to Irene Dawn Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith, of Wellington.
ALLEN. Edith May.-May 9, 1953, at hospital, and of 6 Lyons Road, Strathfield, and late of Arncliffe Public School, daughter of the late John and Phoebe Allen and dear sister of John. Privately cremated May 11. 1953.
BETTINI, Florence May.-May ll, 1953, at her daughter's residence, 138 Mimosa Road, East Bankstown (formerly of 271 Rocky Point Road, Kogarah), relict of the late Joseph Bettinl, dearly loved mother of Eileen (Sister Whitling). James, Gwendolyn (Mrs. R. Smith) and Gregory, and dear sister of William and Thomas Lawler (Bateman's Bay) and Lillian (Mrs. Nelson. Cabra- matta), aged 71 years. Requiescat In pace.
BOGG, Amy Magarct.-May 4, 1953, at hospital, late of Longue- ville, wife of the late Edward Bogg and loved mother of Harold. Dudley and Beatrice (Mrs. F. Pooley), aged 85 years. Privately cremated.
CARMICHAEL, Louis Rupert Har- rington.-May ll, 1953. at hospital, of 47 Paul Street, Auburn, beloved husband of Elsie, and loving father of Ronald and Marjorie, aged 60
years. At rest.
COLLINS, Iris Evelyn.-May 10. 1953 (suddenly), at Kempsey, of 13 Clarence Street, Belfield, dearly loved wile of Alfred William and loving mother of Averil, aged 44 years.
COLLINS. Iris Evelyn;-May 10, 1953, belo"cd daughter of Isabella and the lat« Albert Smith, of Har- rington, and loving sister of Leila (Mrs. W Longworth). Edna (Mrs. H. Elliott), Walter, Violet (deceased), John, nnd Lester.
COMBES, Edith Emily. - May 5, 1953, at 111 Hardy Street, South Ashfield, and late of Fairfield, aged 82 years. At rest. Interred at Wav- erley Cemetery, 6th Instant.
CORSO, Christina Lavina.-May .11. 1953, In Sydney, beloved wife of the late Thomas Corso and dear mother of Minda (Mrs. J. G. smith, Wollongong), Alga, Alfred (Wollon- gong), Ewan (Kiama), Viney (Mrs. P. J. Gallagher, of Coniston) and Hilda (Mrs. Buckley, deceased), aged 64
CROKER. Rohtraut Henriette. May 5. 1953, at her home. 20 Hill Street, Toorak, wife of the late Crof- ton Croker and younger daughter of the late Dr. Alexander Buttner. of East Melbourne.
DAVEY, Thomas.-May ll. 1953, at hospital, of 2 Coward Street. Mascot, formerly of Parkes, relict of the late Frances Davey, and dearly loved father of Avlce (Mrs. John- son). Ada (Mrs. J. D. Watts), Thomas. Dixon. Harold. William. Hope (Mrs. Owens). Rae (Mrs. Horne), and Alf.
DUKES. Lionel William.-May ll. 1953. at Ryde District Soldiers' Mem- orial Hospital, dearly beloved hus- band of Mary, loving father of Bill, Norman, Elaine. Joan, Neville (de- ceased), and Beverley. lond father in-law of Bruce, dear grandpa of Helen, loved son-in-law of Mrs J. Jenkins, aged 64 years. See Wed- nesday's "Herald" for luneral notice. . EDWARDS, Fredrick' James.-May 7, 1953 (suddenly), at his residence. . 10a Yeo Street Neutral Bav. loved
brother-in-law of Margaret and cousin of Edith.
ELLIOTT, France* Selina.-May 2, 1953. at Randwick, aged 99 years.
. FINLAY. Frank John.-May 10, 1953, at hi» residence. Ocean View, Mount Pleasant Avenue. Mona Vale, dearly beloved father of Elsie (Mrs. Kaid), George. Richard. Charles, and Grace (Mrs. Willoughby), aged 86 years.
GARWOOD (PAPWORTH), Rachael Ellen_May IO, 1953. at 47 Joseph Street. Ashfield, dearly loved mother of Florence (Mrs. Crook) and Bill Papworth, mother-in-law of Doris and fond grandmother of Nell. Cre- mated at Rookwood, 11th Instant.
GRIFFITHS. Edward Landseer. May 11 1953, at his residence. Hun- ter's Hill, beloved husband of Mary, loved father of Gwen.
GUISE, Martha.-April 18, 1953, at Parkes District Hospital, dear mother of Bertie, Madge (Mrs. Salt), John, Lionel, Dorothy (Mrs. Waters), age 90 years. At rest.
GURNEY, Zela.-May 10, 1953. at hospital, formerly of 32 Dixon street. Parramatta, and of Hornsby, widow of James Gurney, and loved mother of Stella (Mrs. Morrisey). Fred, Alice, Ernie. Vera (Mrs. Duncan), Ella (Mrs. Donnellan) Gladys (Mrs. Parsonage), Frank, and Eddie, aged 81 years.
HERBST, Catherine Ann.-May ll, 1953. at Wangi, beloved wife of Charles Henry, loving mother of Alice (Mrs. J. P. Guinane) and Ern- est, aged 76 years'. R.I.P.
JACKMAN. Charles Edward.-May ll, 1953. beloved father of Gcoréc and Eileen (Mrs. E. Thorn), aged 72 years.'
JOHNSON. Arthur.-May ll. 1953. at his residence. 60 Cromwell Street. Leichhardt, beloved husband of Eliza- beth Johnson and loved father of Gertrude (Mrs. Roland). Ann (Mrs. A. Splatt) Arthur, and Desmond, loved grandfather of Frederick. Jack Daphne, and Leslie (deceased), aged 69 years. At rest
KIRKHAM. Kenneth Mendham. May 10. 1953, at his daughter's residence, 178 Rose Street, Yagoona, beloved husband of Sadie Grace Klrkman. and loved father of Daphne, Lola, and Fay. aged 59 years. Portland and Lithgow papers, please copy.
LYNCH, Joseph Bede.-May 11, 1953, at his residence, 27 Dalmeny Avenue, Rosebery, dearly loved hus- band of Alice Lynch, loving father of Carmel (Mrs. G. Smith) and Joseph, and dear brother of William John, Dolly and Mary (Mrs. R. Dagg), aged 71 years. Requlescat In pace.
McMAHON, Kathleen.-May 8, 1953, In hospital, of 17 George Street, Manly, beloved daughter of the late John and Bridget McMahon, loved sister of Eileen (Mrs. Bennett), and Michael, and loved sister-in-law of Amy (Mrs. McMahon), and Cyril Bennett, and loved aunt of Jock, Mary. Michael (deceased), Cyril, Noelcne (Mrs. Wolsh), Kevin, Kath- leen (Mrs. Knights), and Pat Ben- nett. Requlescat in pace. Privately Interred nth instant.
MCNAMEE, Mary Anne (May). May ll, 1953. Mary Anne (May) McNamce, relict of the late J. J. McNamee. dearly loved mother of Bessie (deceased), daughter of the late Hugh and Bessie Connolly, and dear sister of Ellie. Jack and Frank Connolly. Requlescat in pace.
MADDOCK- E'belena Maud.-May li;.,19,53- at 69 Links Avenue. Con mi?h.iove? S,1Ie of Joh° a"11 loved SSSXÏ of" Elsie (Mrs. Prior) and At Test" Reld)' aKCd 65 ïel1"'
MANAMAN Daniel Joseph.-May
11 1953 at Royal Prlnee Alfred Hospital, Dearly beloved husband of Poppy, dearr father of Kevin Dennis
John and Catherine aged 49 yrs
MANNION, James Patrick- May 11, 1953. of 111 Banksia Road Bankstown East, beloved husband of
Blanche Mannion and loved father of John and James, fond father-in law of June, and dear grandfather of Bruce, aged 65 years. At rest. For funeral notice
MARTIN, Agnes,- May 9, 1953,
late of Lindfield, beloved wife of the late William Walter Martin, loved mother of Robert, William, Mary, Arch, George, Ron, and Agnes aged 87 years. Privately cremated.
MILLWARD. Frank.-May ll 1953, of 12 Park Street, Wollongong beloved husband ot Selina and dca! father of Doria (Mrs. H. S. wil- liams). Arch, Fred, Arthur (o: Drummoyne), Gladys, Frank. Tho- mas. Jean (Mrs. J. Lee, iSueens. land), and Selina (Mrs S. Bar lett, of Regent's Park), in his 80tt
MITCHELL, Jessie Kellar.-Mas 10,- 1953, of 7 Blake Street. Rosi Bay, wife of tho late John Henry Mitchell and dearly bcioi-e'd slstci and sister-in-law of James and Eliza (Mr. and Mrs J. Donaldson), and dear aunt of Allan and Gwen Oxford,
MITCHELL, Jessie Kellar.-Maj 10, 1933. of 7 Blake Street, Rose Say, dearly beloved sister and sister. In-law of Annie and Les Mayo (de- ceased) and loved aunt of John and Jessie (Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mayo), .nd dear great-aunt of Robyn and Bruce.
MTJLVIHILL. Jame-.-Mav 9, 1953. at hospital, dearly loved hus- band of Agnes Mulvlhlll. and loved father of Tony. R.I.p. Privately interred os the ll th Instant.
MUNDY-COX. Florence Ann - May 9. 1953. at 8 Simpson Street
Mosman, widow of the late W
Mundy-Cox, loved mother of Kathleen |
(Mrs. Stilwell) and Robert, grand- mother of Pamela (Mrs. Bannister)
and Barry. Privately cremated May ll. 1953.
NORRIS. William Bethel.-May]
10. 1953. beloved husband of Nellie and dearly loved father of Marjorie.
Gordon Dorothy,.Richard, and Joan.| aged 72 years. R.I.P.
NORRIS. William Bethel.-Mayl 10 1953 dearly loved brother of Marlon (Mrs. H. Toole). Sue (Mrs. C. Summerhayes), Albert. Bernard, Ella (Mrs. King). Dot (Mrs. G Shannon), and Arthur, aged 72 years R.I.P.
OLSSON, Emil Samuel Nell.--May 11. 1953, at his residence. 40b Bir- riga Road, Bellevue Hill, Emil Samuel Nell Olsson (late of 7th Light Horse. 1st A.I.F.). dearly loved husband ol Florence Olsson and dear father ot Patricia and Trevor, aged 63 years Requlescat in pace.
OLSSON. Emil Samuel Neil.-May ll. 1953, at his residence. 40b Bir- riga Road, Bellevue Hill (late of 7th Light Horse. 1st A.I.F.), and Bank of N.S.W.). dear brother ot Reuben Amanda, Pauline (Mrs. C. Crosland)
Babe. Lavina (Mrs. V. Andren). Cecil and Margaret (Mrs. H. Gar- den), and Ingrid Oscar and Lisle (deceased), aged 63 years. Requles- cat In pace.
PALING, Rosetta Clara Bella.— May 10, 1953, at 315 Old South Head Road, Bondi, dearly beloved wife of Harold and loving mother of June, Gerald, Hazel, Elaine, and Shirley, loved mother-in-law of Wil- liam, Nancy, Jim, Norman and Eugene. At rest.
PALING, Rosetta Clara Bella.— May 10 1953, at 315 Old South Head Road, Bondi, beloved eldest sister of Lilian, Doris, and Frederick, and sister-in-law of Bert, Laurie, and Jean, aunt of Valerie, Desmond, and Geoffrey.
PHILIPPE. Walter Pettit.-May 10, 1953 (suddenly); at his resi- dence. Glenelg. Sully Street. Rand- wick, dearly loved husband of Ethel. At rest. Privately cremated May 11, 1953.
PHILIPPE, Walter Pettit.-May 10. 1953. dearly loved youngest son of the late Joseph and Rhoda Philippe, and brother of Will (de-
ceased), Frank, Harold, and Sid (de-1
ceased). At rest.
RENNIE. Annie Maria Adams. April 14, 1953, at her son's resi-
dence, Concord West, loved mother I of May Caroline (deceased). Mar- garet, John, Robert, and Watson, aged 82 years. Privately cremated, Rookwood, April 16.
1953, at Dangar Cottage Hospital, Singleton, dearly loved wife of Harold, and loved mother of Diana, Timothy, and Elizabeth, aged 30
ROSSELL. Ernest Charle*.-May 10. 1953. at his residence. 100 Janet Street. Merewether, beloved husband of Florence and father of Alan and Don. In his 85th year. Privately cremated at Beresfield.
SHIELDS, Bertha.-May ll, 1053, (suddenly), at her home 5 Webb Street. Parramatta, widow of James Shields, and loved mother of Ella (Mrs. E. C. Sparkman). Queensland, and dear sister of Priscilla, aged 82 years. See Wednesday's "Herald" for funeral announcement.
SKARDON, John Vivian.-Moy ll, 1953. at his residence. 43 Wllllng
ton Street, Arncliffe, dearly loved . husband ot Lesley, beloved brother I of Ida' (Mrs. Merrigan), William, and Anne (Mrs. Wright), dear stepbro- ther of Ronald Hamilton, and brother-in-law of John, Raphael, Wilfred. Beryl. Mamie (Mrs. Gray), and Lena, aged 51 years.
STANSELL, George Rafael.-May 10. 1953. at his sister's residence. 110 Botany Road. Alexandria, dearly loved brother of Charles. Louisa. Em- ma, and Elsie, aged 80 years. R.I.P.
TAYLOR, George Henry.-May ll, 1953, at the residence, 13 Dougherty Street, Rosebery, beloved husband of Florence, aged 68 years. R.I.P.
TIMMS, William Arthur.-May IO. 1053. at hospital, of 4 Matthew Street, Hunter's Hill, dearly loved husband of Lily Timms, and loved father of William. Doris (Mrs. Wylde), and dear father-in-law of Win and Bill, fond grandfather of Brian, Phillip, and Colin, aged 68 years. At rest.
VARCOE, Lionel Francis.-May 9, 1953, at the Repatriation General Hospital, Concord, late of 39 Calder Road, Redfern, beloved son of Eliza- beth Andrews and dear brother of Charlie, Jack (deceased), Lila, Jim, and June, aged 52 years.
WILSON, Mary Josephine.-May 9. 1953, at hospital, late of Arch bold Road Roseville, dearly beloved wife of Wilfred E. Wilson, and loved mother of Fred. John. Edna, and Thelma. Privately interred.
WOODBURY, Sylvia (Elma) Phyl- lis (nee Cameron).-May ll, 1953, at 1 Station Street. West Ryde, loving wife of Garth Woodbury, and beloved daughter of John Cameron, and sister of May (Mrs. Woodcock), aged 33 years. At rest.
WRAY, John James.-M*y
1953, at R.P.A. Hospital, very dearly loved husband of Una Wray, aged 54 years. At rest. Privately cremated 11th Inst._
Passed away May 12, 1936. Not for- gotten. Inserted by his affectionate daughter. Maud Ward.
ASHWELL.-In loving memory of I my very dear friend. Ivy, who passed away May 12. Hilda
AUSTIN.-Treasured memories ol our dear mother, called to rest May 12, 1949. One of Ood's gilts, re- membrance. Sadie, Rita. Col, Hilda
BELL.-In loving memory of myl dear husband, Dick, passed away May 12, 1950. Inserted by his wife, Theresa, and family. Lindsay. Jack, Freda, Ron, Stan.
God's greatest gift, remembrance.
BERRY.-In loving memory of (
dear mother, Ada Mary. Always re- membered by her loving son. Jack, and family,
BRINDLE.-In loving memory oil dear dad. Forever in our thoughts. Ron and liy, Irene and Johnnie. Dick and Betty and Neville.
BROWN.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Richard Dawson who fell asleep May 12. 1942. Ever remembered by his loving parents and brother Robert.
BURFORD.-In loving memory of my dear husband, father and grand- father. Edward, accidentally killed May 12, 1952. So sndly missed and forever in our thoughts. Inserted by his loving wile. Vera, daughters, Donna and Shirley, son, Eric, Max and baby, Michael.
BURFORD.-In loving memory of my dear son and our brother, Ted, who passed away May 12, 1952. Sadly missed by his loving mother, sisters and brothers.
BURFORD.-In loving memory oil our dear brother, Teddy, called away|
May 12. 1952. Ever remembered. Pore, Rich and families,
CALLAGHAN.-Loving memories I of my dear mother, passed awav Mayl 12. 1944. Always remembered by her
daughter. Elsie, grandchildren. Joan.|
CHALK.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Stephen, who died May 12, 1949.
There ls an open gate at the end of
Through which each must go alone; And there In the light we cannot see
Our Father claims His own.
Beyond the gate our loved ones find
happiness and rest;
And there ls comfort in the thought
That a loving God knows best.
Sadly missed by his loving wife and family.
CHAPMAN.-In loving memory oil my mother, who fell asleep May 12,
1952. Sadly missed by Jack, Mary,|
CLARK.-Treasured memories oil dad. Nita. Hasel. Ron Clark.
COGGAN.-In loving memory oil my dear husband and loving father and grandfather. Tom. who passed away May 12. 1852.
COGGAN.-In loving memory oil my dear brother. Tom, who passed away May 12, 1952. Always remem- bered by his loving sister, Trix,
brother-in-law. Bob, and nephews.|
Ross and Jeri.
COOPER.-In loving memory oil our denr lather. Edwin D., passed away May 12, 1937. Sadly missed by Ted, Bon. Jim, Jean and Nancy. I
CORNWELL.-In loving memory oil my dear son, George, who fell asleep May 12, 1951.
Don't grieve, mum, I am only|
Wa will meet again some day.
Always remembered by his loving |
mother and brother, Joe.
COWAN.-Treasured memories of I our dear mother, mother-in-law, and grandma. Sarah Annie, who fell asleep May 12, 1952.
Not a day dd we forget you,
In our hearts you are always near.
God alone knows how we miss you J
As lt ends this first sad year.
Inserted by her loving family. Edna, Bill, Sadie, Jack. Enid, Mick, and grandchildren.
GOODMAN-in loving memoryl our dear mother, Mary, who passed away May 12. 1952. Always remem- bered by Gladys and Len.
HALLIDAY.-Treasured memories of dear Dick. Sadly missed by his fond wife. Elsie Halliday.
HOLT.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Rose, who passed away May 12. 1951. Sadly missed by her daughters, Nellie, Florence. Rosie
HOWARD.-Undying love, with beautiful memories, of our lovely baby. Dawn Gloria Marie, who was gifted and talented when she fell asleep May 12, 1942.
We missed you, for we loved you so
Lovely memories we recall.
Thc parting with you, darling,
Was the saddest day of all.
Sad and devoted mummy, auntie.! HOWARD.-Everlasting and lovely memories of Dawn Gloria Marie, who fell asleep May 12, 1942.
Sunshlre passes, Shadows tall.
Sweetest memories outlast ail.
Alberta Wheeler Dancing Salon, Elsie Leonard Dancing Salon, Noreen Hennessy Singing and Plano Salon.
JENSEN.-In loving memory of my dear husband. Alfred, passed away May 12. 1952. Sadly missed and always remembered by his wife, Mary.
JENSEN.-Loving memories of my brother, Alfred, passed away May 12, 1952. Ettie.
JONES.-In loving memory of ray dear wife, who passed away May 12,
1952. Sweet, are the memories sllentlyj kept of one who I loved and will! never forget. R, M, Jone«.
JONES.-Treasured memories of mr dear mother and gran. Grace, »ho passed away May 12. 1952. Always remembered by her loving son Jack, and family.
JONES.-In loving memory of my dear mother. Grace, who passed away May 12, 1952. Sadly missed by her loving son. Ray. daughter-in-law. Eileen, and grandchildren. Denise and Richard.
JONES.-Everlasting memories of my dear daughter. Grace, who sassed away Mav 12. 1952 (daughter of the late Jack Campbell. Sans Souci). Never forgoten bv her loving mother.
KIRBY.-In memory of J. E. (Jackie), who passed away May 12, 1952. Always remembered by George, Martin and family.
KNIGHT-John. Sadly missed by all. Inserted by Jean and Bon..
LISTER.-In loving memory of Alan. Not forgotten by mum, dad, Irving.
LORDING.-In loving memory ot Julia, mother ot Edgar. Fondly re- membered by daughter-in-law. Joyce. I MCDONALD.-In memory of our dear mother. Sarah, who departed this lite May 12. 1942. Ever re-; membered by your loving daughter and son-in-law, Alma and Tom.
MCGREGOR.-Fond memories of my dearest mother. Ruth, passed away May 12, 1951. also pa, Aug- ust 18, 1952.
With farewell words unspoken You gently passed away.
Ever remembered, John and Madge. MACKIE_Fond memories of my dear wife, Sarah, who died May 12, 1939. Sadly missed by her loving family.
MADGWICK.-James Henry. In loving memory of my dear son and our brother. Jim, who died May 12, 1952. aged 21 years. Always re- membered. Inserted by his loving mother, sisters, brother, brother-in law, niece and nephew.
MAGUIRE.-In loving memory of our dear mother, (Eliza) Elizabeth, who passed away May 12, 1951. Sad- ly missed by her daughters. Dolly, Elizabeth, Lucy.
MEREDITH.-Cherished memories of my dear mother, Florence, de- parted this life May 12, 1949.
Sunshine passes, shadows fall, Loving memories outlast all.
Sadly missed by her loving daughter. Dorothy, Fred and family.
METCALF.-In loving memory of our dear mother (Jane). May and Ern.
NORTH.-In loving memory of my dear husband. David Blmford, who passed away May 12. 1950. Inserted by his loving wife. Merle.
PAGE.-Fondest memories of my dear husband, father and grand- father, Howard, passed away May 12, 1951. Sadly missed by his lov- ing wlfo and family.
REID.-In loving memory of my wife and our mother, Vera May, who passed away May 12, 1946. Inserted by her loving husband and children.
ROBINSON.-In loving memory of my dear mother, grandma Stella Naomi, who passed away May 12, 1945. Sadly missed by her loving daughter Rita, Lennie, grandchild-
ROBINSON.-In fond memory of my dear mother, stella Naomi, who died May 12. 1945. Always in our thoughts. From son, Doug, and family
ROBINSON.-In loving memory of my mother, who passed away May 12 1945. Inserted by Sid, daughter in-law, Gladys, and granddaughter, Gladys.
ROHR.-In loving memory of my dear daughter. Nettie, who passed away May 12, 1952. Always remem- bered and sadly missed by mother.
ROWLEY.-In fond memories of Charles, who passed away, 1949. Re- membered by dad, brother, Gordon, and friend Bill.
SANSOM - In loving memory of dear dad, passed away May 12, 1947. Always remembered, Glady and Jack.
SCOTT.-Fond memories of our dcor mother. Marlon, died May 12, 1951. A mother's love, the first love, the lost love to forget. Always re- membered by Will, Violet, and family and Roy.
SCOTT.-In loving memory of my dear mother, grandma, great-grand- ma, Marion, who passed away May 10, 1951. Inserted by her loving son, Harry, and family.
SHOULTZ.-In treasured memories
of my wife and mother ot Lydia, Eunice and Jean, Mary Jane, who passed away on May 12. 1952. To await the dawning.
SIMPSON.-Cherished memories of our beloved only son, John Kenneth, passed away May '12, 1946. In God's keeping. Inserted by mum and dad, Val and Robyn.
SMITH,-In memory of my loving husband and our fond father. Harry, who departed this life May 12, 1951. Sadly missed by loving wife and family.
SYLVESTER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Evelyn May, who passed away May 11, 1952.
Inserted by all the family.
THOMSON.-Loving memories of my dear husband and my father, Norman Peter, who passed away May 12, 1947, Always remembered by his wife and daughter. Norma.
THURSFEILD.-In memory of a dear husband and father, Frederick, whom God called 2 years ago to-day: also Dot Deeth. died April 9, 1944. Always loved by mum, Nell, Ralph, Eric.
THURSFIELD.-In loving memory of dad (Fredrick), who passed away May 12, 1951. Remembered always. Betty, Boy, John.
THURSFIELD.-Loving memories of our dear pa, Frederick, who fell asleep May 12, 1951. Always in the hearts of Bob, Coll, Kerry, and Sis.
UEBEL.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Chris- tian Thomas, who passed away May 12, 1945. Always remembered by his loving wife Margaret, children Jack and Edna, son-in-law Harry, and grandson Peter.
VANDINE. — In loving memory of my dear brother, William Carlton (Bill), who passed away May 12, 1951. Always remembered. Insert- ed by his loving brother, Lewis, sister-in-law, Margaret, and family.
WALSHE.-In loving memory of our dear mother. Caroline, passed away May 12. 1947. Inserted by her sons and daughters.
WELCH.-Loving memory of our dear mother, Rose, who passed away May 12, 1930. Sadly missed by her family.
WEST.-In loving memory of our dear wife, mother, and mother-in law, Florence, who passed away May 12. 1951. Always remembered by dad, Margaret and Bob.
WESTBURY.-Sod thoughts but pleasant memories of Tom, who passed away May 12, 1946. Always remembered by his loving wife, Minnie.
WILLIAMS.-Fond memories of my dear husband and our father. Wil- liam, passed away May 12, 1947. Remembered by his wife. Jessie, and
WILSON.-In loving memory of my husband and our father. Harold Thomas, who passed away Muy 12, 1951. Always remembered. In- serted by his wife and family.
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MORRIS.-In loving memory of my darling husband and father, John William (Tommy). 2/4 Batt.. 6th Division, killed in action May 12, 1945, at Wewak. For ever in our thoughts, dear Jack. Longed for always by your loving wife. Edna. and son. Bruce._
Miss ADA and Mr. WILL OWEN wish to sincerely THANK the Rev. M. A. Noble, St. Matthew's, Bondi, also G. Fisher, Miss Gofney, and all kind friends for expressions of sym- pathy In their sad bereavement In thc death of their dear brother. L. OWEN. Please accept this as their personal thanks.
The BROTHERS of the late JOHN PATRICK LANCASTER wish to THANK relatives and friends for all floral tributes and expressions of sym- pathy In their recent sad bereave-
Mr. R. SCOTT, of 35 Berry Road
Crow's Nest wishes to THANK all relatives, neighbours, and friends fur cards and letters of sympathy in the death of his beloved wife. Will all please accept this as my ' personal
BARNES.-The Relatives and Friends of the late JOHN JOSEPH BARNES are advised that his Fune- ral will leave our funeral home. 24 North . Parade, Campsie, This Morning, at 9.15 o'clock, for thc Church of England Cemetery, Woro-
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24 North Parade. Campsie.^ Phone LA2777 (4 lines)._ BETTINI.-Requiem Mass for the re- pose of the soul of the late Mrs. Florence May Bettlni. of 130 Mimosa Road. East Bankstown (formerly of 271 Rocky Point Road, Kogarah), will be celebrated at St. Patrick's Church. Kogarah. To- morrow (Wednesday) Morning at 6.45 o'clock. The funeral will leave the church To-morrow at 9.30 o'clock for Waverley Cemetery.
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BLUNDEN.-The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. ALICE CHARLOTTE BLUNDEN are advised that her Funeral will leave the Methodist Church. Liverpool Road. Ashfield. This Morning, at 9.30 o'clock, for tho Methodist Ceme- tery. Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
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BROGAN.-The Members of City Tattersall's Club are invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed ex-Commltteeman, JAMES WILLIAM (JIM) BROGAN: to leave the Church of St. Patrick, Wellington Street, Bondi, This Tuesday after Prayers commencing at 10 a.m., for the Waverley Cemetery.
G. HERDSMAN. Chairman. E. BYRON. Secretary.
nROOKER.-The Funeral ot the late HAROLD JAMES BROOKER late of Singleton, N.S.W.. will leave T. J Andrews's Funeral Chapel. 214 Liverpool Road. Ashfield This Day at 1.45 p.m., for the Rookwood
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of 47 Paul Street, Auburn, and Family, are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their loving Father. LOUIS; to leave my Pri- vate Mortuary Chapel. 2a Auburn Road, Auburn, This Day at 10 a.m. for the Crematorium. Rookwood.
REGINALD W. HILTON,
3a Auburn Road, Auburn, ÜX7850,
CHAPMAN.-The Friends of Mrs. H. OWEN CHAPMAN ore Invited to attend her Funeral, at the North- ern Suburbs Crematorium, Chats- wood, To-morrow (Wednesday) at ll a.m.
GODFREY SMITH. A.F.D.A., Funeral Director. Bathurst.
COLLINS.-The Relatives and Friends ot Mr. A. W. Collins and Averil are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dear Wife and Mother, IRIS EVELYN; to leave Leslie S, Andrews' Chapel, SID Liverpool Road, Ashfield, To-mor- row (Wednesday) after service com- mencing at 10.15 a.m. for tho Pres. byterlan Cemetery, Rookwood.
LESLIE S. ANDREWS, .
DA1025. Opp. Presbyterian Church. CORSO.-The Relatives and Friends
ol the Family of the late Mrs. CHRISTINA LAVINA CORSO, of a Hothersal Street, Kiama, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Mother; to leave the Presbyterian Church, Kiama, To- morrow, Wednesday, after a service commencing at 2 p.m., for the Kiama Cemetery.
Funeral Director. Kiama.
DAVEY.-The Relatives and Friends 01 the late THOMAS DAVEY, ol 2 Coward Street, Mascot, formerly ot Parkes, are invited to attend hrs Funeral: to leave Geo. Andrews' Funeral Home. 237 Liverpool Road. Ashfield, This Day. alter Service commencing at 1 p.m.. for the Rookwood Crematorium.
GEO. ANDREWS. UA2808-9.
237-9 Liverpool Road, Ashfield.
DENKEWALD.- The Cremation ol
the late ALFRED DENNEWALD took place privately at the Rook- wood Crematorium on^Frlday, 8th
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.F.D.A 30 City Road, city._M6277.
EDWARDS.-The Relatives and Friends of tho late FREDERICK JAMES EDWARDS, ol 10a Yeo Street, Neutral Bay, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel, 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street, North Sydney. This Tuesday, after ser- vice commencing at 2 p.m., for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
FINLAY.-Thc Funeral of the latt FRANK JOHN FINLAY will leave St. John's Church, Mona Vale. This Tuesday, after Service commencing at 2.30 p.m., for Church of Eng- land Cemetery, Mona Vale.
FURPHY.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late Mr. HAROLD STANLEY FURPHY. of 45 Victoria Street. North Sydney, are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel. 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street, North Sydney. This Tuesday, at 1.30 p.m. for the Northern Suburbs Cemetery,
GRIFFITHS.-The Funeral of the
late EDWARD LANDSEER GRIF- FITHS, of Hunter's Hill, will leave Ernest Andrews' Chapels, corner Pacific Highway and Tilomas Street, Chatswood, To-morrow (Wednes- day), after Service commencing at 10 a.m.. for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
GURNEY.-Tho Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. ZELA GURNEY are respectfully Informed that her Funeral ls appointed to leave the Parramatta Funeral Home, 32 Darcy Street, Parramatta, This Day, at 2.45 p.m.. for the Church of England Cemetery, Northern Suburbs.
CHARLES INNES & SON, A.F.D.A. I 32 Darcy St. Parramatta. UW0250. HERBST.-The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. CATHE- RINE ANN HERBST, of 12 Fox Street, Lane Cove, ore Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave Brace Maurer's Chapel, 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street. North Sydney, To-morrow (Wednesday) at 2 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, at Northern Suburbs.
HIRD.-The Relatives and Friends
of Arthur Hird and Family of East Bankstown, arc Invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife and their dear Mother. JESSIE HIRD; to leave the Chapel of Motor Fune- rals Ltd., 389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest, This Afternoon after service commencing at 3 o'clock, for the Northern Suburbs Crema- torium.
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.F.D.A]
389 Pacific Highway. Crow's Nest.
HIRD.-The Relatives and Friends
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Adam
Family, ol 68» Young Street, Cre- morne, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Daughter and their dear sister, JESSIE HIRD; to leave the Chapel of Motor Funerals Ltd., 389 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. This Afternoon, after set'ice commencing al 3 o'clock,
)or tho Northern Suburbs Crema-1
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
HIRD:-The Relatives and Friends | of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hird. Mr. and Mrs. Hampson and Family are Invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Daughter-in-law and
Sister-in-law, JESSIE. See family | notice. _
HUME.-The Relatives and Friends! of Mrs. Inez Hays and Son are in-
vited to attend the Funeral of their |
dearly beloved Mother and Grand- mother, ALBERTINE CLARE HUME, late of Bondi; to leave the Kln sela Chapels, Taylor Squaro, Dar- linghurst, This Day (Tuesday), after service to commence at 10,45
n.m., for the Eastern Suburbs!
HUME.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Stephanie Bennett and Carolyn arc Invited to attend thc Funeral of their dearly beloved Mother and Grandmother, ALBER- TINE CLARE HUME, late of Bondi; to leave the Kinseia Chapels Tay- lor Square, Darlinghurst This Day (Tuesday), alter service to com- mence at 10.45 a.m.. for the East- ern Suburbs Crematorium.
CHARLES KINSELA PTY. LTD.,
A.F.D.A., Est. 1B30. FA413G.
HUME.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pike and Son .arc invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Mother and Grandmother, ALBER- TINE CLARE HUME. late of Bondi; to leave the Kinseia Chapels, Tay-
lor square, Darlinghurst, This Day| (Tuesday), alter service to
of Springwood, are invited to ottend the Funeral of beloved Grandmother, ALBERTINE CLARE HUME, late ot Bondi; to leave the Kinseia Chapels,; Taylor Square, Darlinghurst, This Day (Tuesday) after service to com-
mence ot 10.45 a.m., for the East-|
ern Suburbs Crematorium.
JACKMAN.-Thc Relatives and Friends of the late CHARLES ED- WARD JACKMAN are Invited to attend his Funeral; to take place In St. John's Cemetery. Camden. This Day. Tuesday, after service in the church commencing at 3 p.m.
P. E. BUTLER and CO. PTY. LTD..
JOHNSON.-Thc Relatives and
Friends of the late ARTHUR JOHN- SON are Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave his late residence. 60 Cromwell Street, Leichhardt, This Tuesday at 1.30 p.m.. Rookwood Crematorium^
KENYON.-The Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. CHRIS- TINA KENYON are invited to
attend her Funeral; to leave St. Clement's Church of England, Rag- lan Street. Mosman. This Tuesday after Service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for Church of England Ceme- tery, Field of Mars.
KIRK MAN.-Tho Relatives and Friends of the late KENNETH M ENDHAM KIRKMAN. of Hector Street, Chester Hill, are Invited to ottend his Funeral: to leave the Metropolitan Funeral Home. Rail- way Parade, Burwood. This Day, after service commencing at 3.15 p.m. for Rookwood Crematorium. METROPOLITAN BURIAL and
Railway Pde. Burwood. UJ2178-9. LACY.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late FRANK LESLIE LACY aro advised that his Funeral will leave Charles Innes' Chapel. Darcy Street, Parramatta. This Morning at 10.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
121 Rawson Street. Auburn.
Phone, LA2777 (4 lines).
LEANEY.-The Relatives and Friendsl of Mr. Noel Milton Leaney are in- vited to attend tho Funeral of lils dearly loved Wife, JESSIE EMMA LEANEY; to leave our Private Chape), 435 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill, This Morning, after a service commencing at 9.15 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.
WALTERS and SON, A.P.D.A.,
Dulwich Hill Terminus.
Phone, LM1676. LM1458-9.
LUDERS.-The Funeral of the late HENRY LUDERS, of 7 Frederick Street, St. Peters, will leave our Funeral Home, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown, This Morning, at ll o'clock, for the Crematorium, Rook-
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
24 Enmore Road, Newtown.
Phone LA2777 (4 Unes).
LYNCH.-Requiem Moss lor the Re-
pose of the Soul of the late Mr. JOSEPH BEDE LYVCH. of 27 Dal- meny Avenue, Rosebery, will be celebrated at St. Joseph's Church, Rosebery This (Tuesday) Morning at 9 o'clock. The funeral will leave the Church This Afternoon at 2.15 o'clock, for Catholic Ceme- tery, Rookwood, Mortuary No. 2.
Officers and Members of the above Branch are Invited to attend thc Funeral of their late esteemed Bro., JOSEPH BEDE LYNCH. For details see family notice. C. ABBDULLAH, Warden; Tv MCINTOSH. Bec rotary.
MCALISTER.-The Relatives and Friends cf tho late ETHEL AMELIA MCALISTER, late of Cootamundra, are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave thc Methodist Church, New- town. This (Tuesday) Morning after a service commencing at 10.45 for the Rookwood Crematorium.
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.F.D.A 30 City Read, city. M627T, MCGUINNESS. - Relatives and Friends of the late STELLA MCGUINNESS arc Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave Bruce Maurer's Chapel. 281 Pacific High- way (near West Street). North Syd- ney. This Tuesday, at 9.30 a.m.. for Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood.
.HcLEAN.-The Relatives and Friends
of thc late Mr. JOSEPH WILLIAM McLEAN. of 16 Waienore Avenue, Kingsford, ore Invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Hols' Trinity Church of England. Kingsford. Tills Tuesday, alter service commencing nt 9.15 a.m.. for the Church ol England Cemetery, at Botany,
McNAMEE.-Requiem Mass for the
repose of the Soul of the late Mrs. MARY ANNE (MAY) MCNAMEE, of 48 Liverpool Street, Paddington, will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church. Darlinghurst, Tills (Tues- day) Morning at 9 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church ofter Mass for the family vault at Waver- ley Cemetery.
MADDOCK.-Tile Relatives and Friends of Mr. John M. Maddock and Family are Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved Wife and their dear Mother. ETHE- LENA MAUD; to leave our Chapel, 32 Railway Parade. Burwood. To- morrow (Wednesday) Morning after Service commencing at ll o'clock, for Rockwood Crematorium.
MANAHAN.-The Relatives ond Friends of Mrs. Poppy Manahan and Family, ot 36 Bouvardla Street. Punchbowl, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved Husband and their dear Father. DANIEL JOSEPH; to leave St. Jerome's Church, Punchbowl. To- morrow (Wednesday), after Requiem Mass commencing at 9 a.m., " Catholic Cemetery. Rookwood.
MANN.-The Relatives and Friends of the late ALICE MAUD MARY MANN, of 585 New South Head Road, Rose Bay, are invited to at- tend her Funeral; to leave our Pri-
vate Chapels. 302 Oxiord Street,| Woollahra, This Doy ofter service commencing ot. 9.45 a.m., for the Waverley Cemetery.
MANTON.-Tlie Funeral of the late CHRISTINA MARY MANTON, ot 29 Phillip Street, ' St. 1 Marys (late of Hunter's Hill), will leave our Funeral Chapel. 249 Crown Street, city, This Tuesday ofter service commencing at 2.45 P.m., for the Church of England Cemetery. Wav- erley.'
THOMAS DIXON PTY. LTD.,
Funeral and Embalming Service.
MILLWARD.-The Relatives and
Friends of Mrs. Frank Millward] and Family, of 12 Park Street, Wollongong, are Invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved Husband
and their dear Father: to leave]
Parsons' Funeral Parlour, Wollon- gong. This Tuesday, ofter a service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the
Crematorium, Woronora. A bus for) friends will be provided.
H. PARSONS, Funeral Director, _Wollongong._
MITCHELL.-The Relatives and Friends of the late JESSIE KELLAR MITCHELL, of 7 Blake Street. Rose Bay. are Invited to attend her Funeral; to leave tho Kinseia Chapels. Taylor Square, Darling- hurst. This Day (Tuesday), after service to commence at 1.15 p.m., for Presbyterian Cemetery, Botany.
MUNRO.-The Funeral of the late DONALD JAMES RAY MUNRO
leave our Chapel. 3 Missenden Road.
Camperdown, This Tuesday, after]
Service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.
NORRIS.-The Relatives and Friends of the lato WILLIAM BETHEL NORRIS, of Marrickville, aro in- vited to attend his Funeral; to leave T. J. Andrews's . Funeral Chapel, 25 Enmore Road. Newtown, This Day at 2.30 p.m.. for the Catholic Cemetery. Field of Mars.
T. J. ANDREWS PTY. LTD.,
A.F.D.A. Phones: LA2873. etc. OLSSON.-Requiem Mass for the re- pose of the soul of the late Mr. EMIL SAMUEL NEIL OLSSON of 40b Birriga Road, Bellevue Hill, will be celebrated at St. Anne's Shrine, Bondi Beach. This (Tues- day) Morning at 7 o'clock. The Funeral will leave the Church This Afternoon at 2 o'clock for Botany Cemetery.
PALING.—The Relatives and Friends of the late ROSETTA CLARA BELLA PALING, of 315 Old South Head Road, Bondi, are invited to at- tend her Funeral; to leave our Pri- vate Chapels, 302 Oxford Street, Woollahra, This Day after service commencing at 1.15 p.m., for the Eastern Suburbs Crematorium, for
PASCOE.-The Relatives and Friendsl
of the late Mrs. EMMA CECILIA PASCOE, of 69 Smart Street, Fair- field, are kindly Invited to attend her Funeral: to leave our funeral] home, 121 Rawson Street. Auburn,
To-morrow (Wednesday) Morning, j
at 9.30 o'clock, for tho Cremator- ium, Rookwood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
121 Rawson Street, Auburn. Phone LA2777 (4 lines).
PRINGLE.-The Relatives and Friends of the lato Mrs. MAY BELLE PRINGLE, of 23 Toyer Avenue, Sans Souci, are kindly In- vited to attend her Funeral; to leave the Baptist Church, Rocky Point Road, Sans Souci. This After- noon, after service commencing at 2 o'clock, for the Botany Cemetery.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
2 Carrington Ave, Hurstville.
Phone LA2777 (4 Unes).
RYAN.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Frances Ryan and Daughter. Veronica Joyce, of 74 Middle Street, Kingsford, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late dearly loved Husband and her dear Father, FRANCIS MOR- GAN RYAN (late 2nd Bott., 1st A.I.F.); to leave the Church ol Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Avoca Street, Randwick, This (Tues- day) at 9.45 a.m., for Botany Cemetery. Requiem Mass for thc repose of his soul will be celebrated at 9 a.m. _ A F. ANDERSON PTY. LTD..
cnr. South Street and Diamond Ave,
SHAW.-The Relatives and Friends
of the late JOHN SHAW are kindly invited to ottend his Funeral: to leave St. Francis' Church, Pad- dington, This Afternoon, at 1 o'clock, for the Catholic Cemetery, Botany. Requiem Mass will be celebrated This Morning at 9
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
240 Oxford Street, Paddington. Phone LA2777 (4 lines)._ SKARDON.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Lesley Skardon, of 43 Wlllington Street. Arncliffe, are Invited to attend thc Funeral of her dearly loved Husband. JOHN VIVIAN SKARDON; which will leave our Private Chapel, Seven Ways. Rockdale, To-morrow (Wednesday) Morning after service commencing at 9.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium,
STANS ELL.-The Relatives and Friends of the late GEORGE STAN SELL are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave his sister's residence, 110 Botany Road. Alex- andria. This Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, for tho Catholic Cemetery. Rook- wood.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
24 Enmore Road, Newtown.
Phone LA2777 (4 Unes).
STREET.-The Funeral of tho late| ERIC CARRINGTON STREET will leave Bruce Maurer's chapel, 281-3 Pacific Highway, near West Street, North Sydney, To-morrow (Wed- nesday), at 9.30 a.m.. for the Field
of Mers Cemetery.
STUTCHBURY. - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Hilda Stutchbury, of 1 Fairlight Street, Manly, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her very dearly loved Husband, THOMAS TAYLOR STUTCHBURY; to leave St. Matthew's Church, The Corso, Manly, after a service com- mencing at 1.30 o'clock, This (Tuesday) Afternoon, for the North- ern Suburbs Crematorium.
STUTCHBURY. - The Totally and Permanently Disabled Soldiers' Association, N.S.W. Branch. The Officers and Members of the above are invited to attend tho Funeral of
their late esteemed Member, THOMAS TAYLOR STUTCHBURY, No. 36674, Gunner 13th Battalion, 1st A.I.F. For further particulars see above notice.
W. H. BEAVER. President; S. SWAINE. Secretary;
C. GAYLER Liaison Officer.
TAYLOR.-The Relatives and Friends of the late GEORGE HENRY TAYLOR, ot 13 Dougherty Street, Rosebery, are kindly invited to attend his Funeral: to leave thc Church of St. Bernard's. Botany Street! Mascot, To-morrow. Wednes- day, ot 9.45 a.m., for Catholic Cemetery. Botany. Requiem Mass for the repose of his soul will be celebrated at 0.45 o.m.
ANDREW KENNEDY. A.F.D.A..
436 Anzac Pde. Kingsford. FF3880. TIMMS.-Thc Relatives and Friends of the late WILLIAM ARTHUR TIMMS are kindly Invited to attend his Funeral: to leave our Funeral Home, 24 North Parade. Campsie, This Afternoon, at 1.15 o'clock, for the Church ot England Cemetery,
Field of Mars . LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.,
24 North Parade. Campsie. 1
Phone LA2777 (4 linn).
TH»IMS.-The Hunter's Hill Lodge,!
No. 139 U. G. L. ol N.S.W. -I
Officers and Brethren of the above
Lodge and Sister Lodges are re-| quested to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Brother WIL- LIAM TIMMS. For further particu- lars see Family notice. Regalia. McWalde. W.M.: Horace Farthing. P.M., Sec.
LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS LTD. TIMMS.-The Members ol the Hun-
ter's Hill Bowling Clubs are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Club Member. W. A. (Billy) TIMMS. Please seo family notice.
B. H. COHEN, president.
WETTONE.-The Funeral of the
late Mr. WILLIAM CHARLES WET- TONE, of 14 Cecil Street. Gordon,
will leave St. John's Church of England. Pacific Highway, Gordon, This Tuesday, after service com- mencing at ll a.m., for tho North-
ern Suburbs Crematorium.
WETTONE.-U.G.L. of N.S.W. ol A.F. and A.M.-Officers and Mem- bers of thc Grand Lodge are frater- nally Invited to attend thc Funeral of the late R. W. Bro. WILLIAM CHARLES WETTONE. P.J.G.W. For particulars see family notice. Regalia at Crematorium.
JOHN H. HODGSON, Pro. Grand
JAMES S. MILLER. Grand Sec. WETTONE.-The Brethren of thc North .Sydney Mark Lodge. No. 22. G. M L. of N.S.W. and Associated Lodges, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Most Wor. Bro. WILLIAM CHARLES WETTONE, Past Grand Master. For particulars see family notice. Regalia. F. R. SYMONDS. W.M.r H. F. WETTONE, Sec.
WETTONE.-Tho Brethren of Lodge! Samaritan No. 50 U.G.L.
N.S.W. and Associated Lodges
Invited to attend the Funeral ol their late esteemed Rt. Wor. Bro. WILLIAM CHARLES WETTONE. P.J.G.W. For particulars soe family notice. Regalia.
A. E. L. GRIFFITH, W.M. H. F. WETTONE, Sec.
WETTONE.-The Officers and Mem- bers of the Supreme Grand Chap- ter of Royal Arch Masons of N.S.W. are Invited to attend the Funeral of thc late R. E. Companion WIL- LIAM CHARLES WETTONE, P.G.S.N. Regalia. See family notice. W. G. HILLIARD. Bishop. Grand
F. R. SINDEN, Grand Scribe E. WETTONE.-Lindfield Mark Lodge 104, G.M.L. of N.S.W.-The Offi- cers and Brethren of the above Lodge are Invited to attend thc Funeral of their late M. Wor. Bro. W. C. WETTONE. Regalia. For further particulars see family notice.
J. W. FERGUSON, W.M.
? J. C. PALFREY, Secretary.
WETTONE.-Thc Officers and Mem- bers of the Grand Lodge of Mark Mo6ter Masons of N.S.W. aro In- vited to attend the Funeral of the late M. W. Bro. WILLIAM CHARLES WETTONE, Past Grand Master. Regalia. See family notice. W. G. R WALKER, Grand Master. F. R. SINDEN, Grand Secretary. WETTONE.-Lindfield R.A.C.. 104, S.O.C.. N.S.W. The Officers and Companions of the above Chapter are Invited to attend the Funeral of their lato R. Ex. Comp.. W. C. WETTONE. (Regalia.) For further particulars see family notice.
E. O. HELLSTROM. 2.
J. C. PALFREY, Scribe E.
WETTONE.-Members of tho N.S.W. Masonic Club are fraternally Invited to attend the Funeral of their late Brother WILLIAM CHARLES WETTONE. For further particulars see family notice.
H. SIDGREAVES. President.
T. MOFFAT, Acting Secretary.
WETTONE.-The Cammeray Royal Arch Chapter. No. 59. Officers and Companions are Invited to attend the Funeral of their late esteemed Bro., Rt. Ex. Comp. W. C. WET- TONE. For particulars see family notice. Regalia. F. R. Symonds, M.E.Z.; A. E. L. Trebllco. Scribe.
WOODBURY.-The Relatives and Friends of ELMA WOODBURY", of 1 Station Street, West Ryde, are Invited to attend her Funeral, to leave the Chapel of Motor Fune- rals Ltd., 8 East Parade. East- wood. Tills Afternoon after service commencing at 1.15 p.m., for thc Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD.. A.F.D.A 8 East Parade. Eastwood. WL1955.
BEATRICE STEWART. Florists. 1121 King St. city; Wreaths, etc. Phone BW5588; alter hours. JA2057.
SHARL'S. 104 KING ST Wreaths,
POULTRY, BIRDS, ETC. _ COCKATOO, lovely talker, dances, I
etc. Also Corella, talks. LU5030. STUDY "HERALD" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. Whatever your) needs, you will find them.
DAPPLE Grey Lady's Galloway Hack,
7yr. Flt show. £30. Quiet pony, 4yr, £15, UW6482.
ONE Sheep. 18 months old. Plenty ot wool. £3/10/. XL3005.
TO Ensure correct CLASSIFICATION Advertisements should reach the "Herald" Office before 6 p.m. ft next day's Insertion.
RADIO SETS, ACCESSORIES
ERIC ANDERSON'S Reconditioned Radios available only from the sole Agent: PETER BELL, T. and G. Bldgs.. 209 Elizabeth St. city. opp. Hyde Park. Watch Wed. and Sat.
'FIVE Pounds buys a Radio. Ouaran.
teed In good order, at Radio Mart,
439 Pitt Street. J CAR RADIO, 1951, 12-V0lt, good order. £30. FA4966.
MANTEL, 5-valve, as new, £9: Port. Radiogram, new, £22. UA6161.
KRIESLER D.W. Mantel Radio. £9: Astor Port.. £9. 220 Elizabeth St.
TO BUY, SELL, RENT, Or LEASE, Premises for home, office or Indus- trial uses, use thc "Herald" Classi
TO LET &? WANTED TO RENT BUS. COUPLE, to share home, Lane Cove, H.W.S. Refs. JB1868 after 5 p.m.
COLLAROY', ultra mod. Home, In
cxcell. posn. Suitable business exe- cutive "4 bedims., all mod. convs. 12 gns. per week. XW7362.
FACTORIES, BUSINESS PREMISES,' SHOPS TO LET and WANTED TO RENT-See Index,_
Wanted to Rent
AMERICAN COUPLE with two babies
require 3-bedroom House or Flat. Long stay. Prefer Eastern Suburbs.
AUST. FAMILY, baby girl, desp. sk. Part Home, F'ette, Room, sleep-out, go any area. Pay best rent. Please help FF2019. Con be unfurnished. AUST. cx-Serv. Couple, young baby,
require House. Flat. Flatette, lura. or unfur: -'" J repalrs.
£3._ COTTAGE or Unfurn. Fiat, ground floor, East. Subs. If poss. Nominal rent. FM3711. ", " ",u FURN. Cottage or S.C. Flat, Nth. Shore, 12 to 18 months' lease. Exe. reis. MA2881 or XM1669.
M.C., no child., req. S.e. Accom. In Sydney. J. Coen. Box 68, Lithgow. MOTOR MECHANIC, non-drlnlcer, wants '/a House or S.C. Flat.
FF1184, 6 p.m. i PLUMBER, wife, no child., require House, Flat. etc.. any cond. Am- brose. LM3400. day; LF2406. night. REFINED English Family wont 2-3 b.r. Cottage. Will buy furn., etc., sub. to owner's consent.
RETURNED soldier, wife. 2 baby
girls, desp. need Furn, or Unfurn. Cottago or Flat, before 5th June. Pay to £4. Please reply 6106, Herald. . . Jt " ,
WANTED Rooms, Including Resi- dence suitable for Dental Practice. No. 7553, Herald.
YOUNG couple urgently require Un-
furnished Cottage or Flat preier ably North Shore line. Unable to marry before accommodation found. Ring Mr. Turner, BX2158._ FACTORIES, SHOPS, BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET & WANTED _TO RENT_ CITY CLOTHING FACTORY, 4000
sq. ft, fully equipped. Others, all sizes. BENJAMIN, 214 Pitt Street.
FACTORY, 1400ft, A Class. Phone, near Central. £1250. BX4859.
FACTORY. 750 sq. ft, fully equipped
for Jewellery Manufacture.
BENJAMIN. 214 Pitt St. M6154. SHOP and Res. Nth. Syd. Key posi-
tion, suit prof. man or bsnss. Box 2375, G.P.O.
SHOP, fitted for Tailoring. East. Sub. Others av. with Residence.
BENJAMIN. 214 Pitt St. M6154. SMALL SHOP, suit dressmaker, baby wear, etc. Hdy. poa. Illawarra line. FITZROY * CO.. L.B.A. LU3017. SPACE, 1000 sq. ft. for Clothing Factory. Phone XB5061.
SPACE. 1000 sq. ft, near city. re-1 . quired for Storage and Workshop.
Particulars please to No. 12610,'
WANTED, Factory, pref. city. Im- mediate cash buyer walting. ,.,"""" SHAW, CO., 17 Martin Pl. BW9333
WANTED to Rent, Yard Space, to hold approximately 10 Cars. Prefer petersham or Leichhardt area.
ABOUT THAT FACTORY
or WORKROOM. Call
HAMLET and COMPANY, FM5633,
DOUBLE BAY. Day or Night.
OFFICES, HALLS, STUDIOS TO
LET AND WANTED
CITY Office, phone, address, typist,
service. 17/6 weekly. BW33B2.
CITY OFFICE, professional. 350ft, modern. BEST CITY BUILÙING.
SUMMERS, 333 George st. BX1292.
CITY Office and Partnership offered i
suitable young Woman to com- mence messenger, secretarial, and address service. No finance rc-1 quired. Box 29, King St P. Office.
FACTORIES. BUSINESS PREMISES., SHOPS .TO LET and WANTED TO RENT-See Index.
OFFICES or Professional Rooms to
let, new. Earlwood. Sattler, LF3797.1
OKMCE SPACE, 200 sq. ft. Ground I
Floor, Phillip Street, near Martin
MERCANTILE BROKERS PTY.
18 Hunter Stmet. BW8923 (3 lines)
CITY OFFICES WANTED.
Immed Cash Buyer» Walting. I Shaw Co., 17 Martin PJ. BW8333.