BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES Kot exceeding 4 lines. 2/6: each addi tional line. 1/-. Approaching Marriages and Engagement Bailees most be signed by the two persons concerned. Birth notices by one or the parents unless otherwise authenticated, and Marriages, Death ani In Memoriam i noijeea by some responsible person. I BIRTHS BOYES (nee King).— On April 9, at Memorial Hospital, to Margaret J. E-. wife ol A. J. Boyes — a daughter. Both well. No visitors for seven days. BRAMMY nee Nlchollst.— On the 5th I AprU, at the Hlndmarsh Hospital, to Jean and Norman, a son (Robert John). Both well. Thanking hospital staff, and Dr. I Morris. BREARLEY (nee Dowd). — On April 8. at Blackwood Private Hospital, io Doris and Stan, of Ascot Park— a daughter (Denese Ann). Both welL Xhanktng Dr. Hecfcer and hospital staff. No visitors Tor seven days. CARE (nee Botting). — On April 6. at Bnergency Hospital, to Thelma and Arnold — a daughter (Joan Ann). Thank Ing all In attendance. CLEGGETT (nee Bateman). — On March 31, to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cleg gett. Montacute — a daughter (Susan Louise). Thanking Dr. Steele, Sister Traegar and Nurse Thornton. COBB (nee Ryan). — On April 8, at Queen Victoria Maternity Hospital, to Gertrude ('Pat') and Max— a daughter (Patricia Ann p. Thanking all in at tendance. COLLINS. — At Memorial Hospital, on April 1. to Marge and Allen — a daughter. Both well. Thanking all in attendance. COWPER. — On April 9. at Unley Private Hospital, to Kay and Bob — a daughter (Pamela Jeanne). CROOK. — On April 6. at Monreith Pri vate Hospital, to Gwen and Pat — a son (Terry). Thanking Dr. Pedler and nurs CURRAN (nee Bastick).— At the Mem orial Hospital — a son (Rodney Dennis), to Lorry and Marry. Special thanks to Dr. Dorothy Adams and 'nursing sisters. DAENKE (nee Robinson). — On April 9. at Northern Hospital to Bobbie and Barry — a son. Both welL No visitors ?even days. DUNN (nee Anderson). — On April 9. at Streaky Bay Hospital, to Jean and Herb —a bonny son (Fredrick John). Both DONE.— At Q.V.M.H.. on AprU 8. to Bernice and BJ1 — a daughter. Sydney papers olease copy. FOORD (nee Dunn I. — On April 3, at Xmergeocy Hospital, Mile End. to Sheila and Ken — a son (David). FOX (nee Semple).— On April 8. at Cal- vary, to Bet and George — a daughter ( Keryn Ann). Both well. Thanking Dr. Eva Texler and nursing sisters. GIBBONS (nee Stevens). — On April 7. at Hlndmsrsh Hospital, to Ruth and Bob a daughter (Heather Ruth). Both well. Thanking Dr. Dunstone and hospital ataff. ? GRIFFIN (nee Smith). — On April 8. at Berklea. to Madge, wife ol E. G. Griffin, of Richmond — a son. Thank Ing Dr. Dwyer and hospital staff. Spe cial thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Slawter. Peter, James. GRIMM (nee Cooper). — On April 9. at Memorial Hospital, to Ruth and Herb HANDKE (nee Prior).— On April 8. at the Freeling Hospital, to Molly and Roy — a daughter (Marlon Elizabeth). Both well. Thanking Dr. Bennett and hospi tal staff. HART (nee Quinn).— At St. John's, Prospect, on April 4. to Phyl and Len— a son (Brenton Leonard). Thanking Sister .Gazard and staff. HEALY (nee Healy). — At Epworth Hos pital. Richmond. Victoria, to Margaret and Robert — a daughter (Elizabeth Mary). Boh welL HOSKIN (nee McCarthy). — At SJi. Hospital. Mount Barker, on AprU 6. to Maud and Ted — a bonny daughter (Mar garet Rose). HURRELL (nee Williams). — On April 8. at Hlndmarsh Maternity, to Marie and Clarrie — e son (Brian Geoffrey). Both welL Special thanks to Dr. Sweeney and all nursing staff. No visitors for seven days. JACKA.— On April S. at St. John of God Hospital. Bunbury. to Saidee, wife of v ?»«*?» Union Bank. Bunbury. W.A. — a KENNETT (nee- Russell. —On April 3. at Henley Beach Private Hospital, to Jean and Ronald, of MUe End— a daughter (Maralyn Jean). Both well. Visitors after April 10. KITTO (nee Essery).— On April 8. at 'Rowan.' to Val and Peter — a daughter. KITSON.— On April 7. at Innisfail, Queensland, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kit son — a daughter. KNAPP.— To Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McEWEN. — On April 4. at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Bobble and Doug — a daughter (Josephine). Thanking Dr. Branson and hospital staff. MALONEY (nee Atkins).— On April 7, at 8.CDH-. Victor Harbor, to Sue and John, of Goolwa — a baby boy (John Joseph Thomas). Both well. Thanking On. Collins and Shlpway and hospital staff. MARSH (nee Travers). — On March 31. at Monrelth Private Hospital, to Joan and Allan — a daughter (Marianne Carol). ThjT.iriTig Dr. W. W. Jolly and hospital staff. McNICHOLL. — On April 5, at Bridge water to Sue and Claude — a daughter (Claudette). Both well. Special thanks to Nurse Johns and Dr. Crafter. MORGAN- — On April 7, at Rowan, to Launa and Gordon — a son (David). NEUENKERCHEN. — On April 7. at Seedy. Western Australia, to the wife of Mnrrav Neuenkirchen — a daughter. NICKOLLS. — On April 9. at Memorial Hospital, to Margaret and Peter — a son. O'LEARY.— On April 8. at Q.V.M.H., to Sylvia and Frank. Both well. Thank ing doctors and staff. PENTLAND. — On April 6. at Hindmarsh Memorial, to Ellen (Nell) and Harry — a son. Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Sweeney and nursing staff. RALPH -nee Hawkes). — On April 9, at Memorial, to Mr. and Mrs. G. H. M. Ralph - a son. Thanking Dr. C. W. G. Woods and staff. POWELL -nee McEntee). — On April 1. at Blackwood Hospital, to Molly and Ron. of Clarendon — a son (Desmond Ronald). Thanking Dr. Wilton and hospital staff. RINGWOOD. — To Pats, wife of Richard —a son. bom on April 4. Park Terrace Hospital. SAMWELL (nee Percivall). — To Ray and Vi on Aprll 6, at Park Terrace Private Hospital— a son. STOKES.— On April 7. at Calvary, to Gwenneth, wife of John Stokes — a daugh ter VINCE. — On April 9. at Monreith Pri vate Hospital, to Betty and Fred— a daughter (Robyn). Special thanks to Dr. N. Munday and Sisters Stewart, Har per and Traeger. WRIGHT. — On April 6, at Pirie Hos pital, to Doss and Darcy — a son (Graham Douglas) YOUNG (nee Wilkinson). — On April 8, at Rowan Private Hospital, to Anne and Keith - a daughter (Kaylene - Anne). Thanking Dr. Wall and hospital staff. BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the undermentioned members of the Chil dren's Hospital Birthday League. All communications regarding birthdays io this column must be addressed to the lay Superintendent. Children's Hospital. North Adelaide. Minimum insertion lee. 2/6. . April 10 Miss Daphne Martin. McLaren vale: Mr. R. B. White. S3 Barker road. Pros pect. ? MARRIAGES ? APUN — JOCEY.— The marriage was solemnised at Adelaide on April 8 of Marion, younger daughter of Mr. H. A. and the late Mrs. M. Jocey. of Stepney, to Cyril, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Apiin. of Adelaide. HAMBLY-CLARK — WALTER. — The marriage of Thelma May. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh F. Walter, of 98 Woodville road, Woodville (formerly of Hamilton, Victoria), to Raymond Vernon, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hambly-CIark, of 77 King William street. Kent Town, was solemnised on April 9, at Holy Trinity Church. North terrace. Adelaide. ' IMLE&— ROBERTSON.— The marriage or Pamela Gloria, third daughter of Mrs. end the late Mr. Robertson, Keswick, to Zlden Joseph, third son ol Mr. and the late Mrs. Imler. of Kansas, was solemnised at Rev. Grays, Belleville. Kansas. U.S.A.. March 20. TARBATH — THORGERSEN. — The marriage was celebrated on March 27. At Adelaide, of Iris, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Thorgersen. of Walla roo, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A-'J. Tarbath. of Tranmere. ? GOLDEN WEDDINGS CAREY — SMITH. — Mr. and Mrs. J. Carey wish to announce the 50th anni versary of their wedding, April 11. 1897. At home 11th. ? RUBY WEDDINGS SMITH — IDE.— Mr. and Mrs. Ern Smith, of 7 Itford road. Clarence Gar dens, wish to announce the 40th anniver sary of their wedding, solemnised at £turt on April 10. 1907. by the Rev. J. H. Allen ? APPROACHING MARRIAGES BAKER — STONE.— The marriage of Dawn, elder daughter of Mr. H. W. Baker, of Somerton. and the late Mrs. Baker, to Stanley Max. only child of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stone, ol Somerton. will be solemnised at Si. Peter's C. of E. Glenelg. at 7 pjn_ Saturday. April 12. BLASER — SCHULTZ. — The marriage nf Joar. E. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. £. 2. Blaser Strathalbyn. to John D.. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scbultz. Eudunda. will be solemnised at Plrie Street Methodist Church on Satur day, April 12. at 3 p.m. BURROWS — DE GBJO. — The marriage *-f Trixie Fay. eldest daughter of Mr. T. J. and the late Mrs. Burrows, of Queensbury. to Donald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. De Gilio. of Port Adelaide, will be solemnised at St. Paul's. Tort Adelaide, on April 12. at 5.45 p.m. F-iondo and relation-; cordially invited. No reception.
APPROACHING MARRIAGES DREW — PHIIXIPS. — The marriage of Dulcie. only daughter of Mrs. D. Drew, of York to Kenneth youngest son of Mr. and Mrs Phillips, ol Hindmarsh. will be solemnised at Pirie Street Metho dist Church at 7 p.m. on April 12. GLOEDE— TURNER.— The marriage ol Maude Agnes, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gloede, of Port Augusta, to Harold Kevin Turner, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Turner, of Sydney, will be solemnised at All Saints Cathedral, at 8 a.m.. on April 12. HALL — zn.M. — The marriage of Mfcjory. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. V. Hall, of Ecbunira to Leslie, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Zilm. of Bird wood, will be solemnised at the Echunga Methodist Church, on April 12. at 3.30 p.m. KENYON— UEVEKINGTON. — The mar riage of Margaret, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenyon, of Preston. Victoria, to Edward, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ltverington. of Hamley Bridge, will be solemnised at All Saints Church of Eng land, Preston, on Saturday. April 12. a: 4 p.m. O-SULLTVAN— McARDLE.— The mar riage of Eileen M.. sixth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. O'Sulllvan, or Solo montown, to Neil H.. second son ol Mr/ and Mrs. H. P. McArdle. or Avon, will be solemnised at Catholic Church, Port Pirie, on April 12. at 930 ajn. 1947 10 04 OVERALL — MARSHALL. — The mar riage of Cynthia, only child of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Overall, of Glandore West, to Jeffrey, elder son of the late Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Marshall, of Orroroo, will be solemnised in St. Benedict's Church. Glandore. on Saturday. April 12. at 6.45 pm. POLLARD— PHILBEY.— The marriage of Valma Mary, only daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. C. L. Pollard, of Bute, to Robert Maxwell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Philbey, of Axford, will be solemnised at Bute Methodist Church on Saturday. April 12. at 5 p.m. POTTER — YEOMAN.— The marriage of gfr»-lp Dawn, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Potter, or Murray Bridge, to Harold, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Teaman, of Surrey. Big land, win be solemnised at St. John the Baptist Church of England. Murray Bridge, on Saturday. April 12, at 7 p.m. POLLARD— PHILBEY.— The marriage of Valma M.. only daughter of Mrs. and late Mr. Pollard, of Bute, to Robert Maxwell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Philbey. Bews. will be solemnised in the Bute Methodist Church. April 12. at 5 p.m. reception Bute Institute. RYAN— KNAGGS.— The marriage of Clare, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M_ Ryan, 235 Marion road, Marleston. to Rodney F., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Knaggs, Artarmon. Sydney, will be solemnised at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral on April 12, at 3 P-m. SIMMONS— ROGERS.— The marriage of Dorothy May. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, of Tdinct'g*»rl to John Alexander, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, of Southwark, will be solemnised at St. Paul's. Pulteney street. Saturday. April 12. at 630 pjn. ? ENGAGEMENTS ANDERSON — ROBINSON.— The en gagement is announced of Winifred, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Anderson, of Bayly street. New Queenstown, to Harry Lyle. only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Robinson, of Fire Station, Fort Adelaide. BAXTER — DAVIS.— Mr. and Mrs. Bax ter are happy to announce the engage ment of their daughter Betty to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Ormond. Victoria. BEELITZ — PFETFFER. — The engage ment is announced of Mavis Joyce, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J A. BeeUtz, to Percy Wilfred, third son of Mr. and the late Mrs. B. A. Pfeiffer. both of Parralue. BERRY— FIELDHOTJSE.— The engage ment is announced of Joan, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Berry, of WirrimulL Vic. to Douglas, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Fleldhonse. of St. Leonards. BUTLER — FERGUSON. — The engage ment is announced of Doris, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Butler, or Weetulta, to Allan, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. John J. Ferguson, of- Hectorvllle. CORIN— VATJGHAN.— The engagement Is announced of Enid, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Corin. Broken w'i. to Albert, only son of Mrs. A. Vaughan, St. Leonards. DEL CASTEUANO— 4.TESTRANGE.*- The engagement is announced or Mer cedes del Castdlano, Seaton Park, only daughter or Meurice Julien and Lucia Cater na Colonna, to Laurence Charlres FEstrange. R.N.. only son of Mr. and Mrs. Chartres LEs' range, Tintagd, Corn wall. ? EDINGTON — WYATT. — The engage ment is announced of Joan Christine, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Edington, to Douglas Norman, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wyatt. both or Murraj Bridge. FRITH — MOE. — The engagement is an nounced of Constance Evelyn, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Frith, of Cherry Gardens, to Hope, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moe. of Broken Hill. GEKTIG — NEWBEBY ? Engagement Is announced of Beryl Joan, third daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gertig. Smithfleld. to William Frank, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Newbery. Gawler East. GREEN— MACDONALD.— The engage ment is announced of Margaret E. C, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. C. Green. Goode road Extension. Port Pirie. to Alexander, third son or Mrs. J. A. and the late Mr. G. Macdonald. of Warner town. ? BARBOWFIEU) — HACBER. — The en gagement Is announced of Lorna. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Harrow field, of Port Neill. to Maxwell, only son of Mrs. and Mr. A. Hauber. or Echunga MANUEL— SPACKMAN.— The engage ment is announced of Betty Lorraine, only daughter of Mrs. M. and the late Mr. G. Manuel. Mlnories. Port Adelaide, to Donald Charles, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Spaceman. Heath street. Birkenhead. MATSCHOSS — TYNDALL.— The en gagement Is announced ot Vera M.. youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Matschoss. of Moculta. to Arthur C eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tyndall. of col. Licit Guns. HOGG — SAUERWALD. — The engage ment is announced of Agnes Tjorraine. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mogg, to Kenneth John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sauerwald. both of Murray Bridge. POLKINGHORNE — HENRY.— Mr. and Mrs. PoUdnghorne, or Cheltenham, wish to announce the engagement of their only child Barbara, to Norman, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry, or Semaphore. ?ODD A — FRANCIS. — The engagement is announced of dare, second daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. K. Glenn, of South ter race, to Robert, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. Francis, of Broken Hill. SEMMENS — SHAW. — The engagement Is announced of Doris, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Semme&s, Bar mera. to David, younger son of Mrs. F. B. Shaw and the late Mr. David Shaw, of Woodville. WEGNER — GHX. — The engagement is announced of Jean, elder daughter or Mrs. L M. Wegner. Cowandilla. to Sam. only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gill. Ka punda. ? DEATHS ? BARNES.— On April 7. at Wfayalla Hospital. John Hendry. late of Red Hill, beloved husband of the late Mary Vic torian. Aged 86 years. At rest. BUNNEY. — On AprU 8. at her resi dence. 101 Canton parade. Torrensville. Elizabeth Annabel Bunney, aged 61 years. CADD ? On April 7. Ezekiel Cadd. or Wi'.pena ter_ Kilkenny, loving father of Catherine. James. Les. Arnold. Alice, Ivy anri William (dec). Aired 82 years. CONIGRAVE.— On April 8. at Adelaide. Sister Helen B. Conigrave -late 1st AJ F.( and late or Runout Mothercraft Hospf tal. beloved eldest daughter of the late Philip and Emily Conigrave. At rest. DAWES.— On AprU 9, at Adelaide. Winifred Josephine Dawes. of Henley Beach rd- New Mile End. loved wife or the late Edward Joseph Dawes. formerly or Port Augusta. Aged 56 yean. Reouieseat In pace. ELSDEN. — On AprU 9, at her late residence. 10 Tennyson street. Kurralta Park. Florence May. widow of Alfred Edward EJsden and the loving mother of Fred. Florrie (Mrs. Overington). and ELSDEN. — On Apri! 9. at her residence. 10 Tennyson St.. Kurralta Park. Florence May. the dearly beloved wife or the late Alfred Edward, and loving mother of Fred. Florence end Bill, and motherin law of Ken. Vene. Gwen: grandma Glynn. Robbie. Judith. FLETCHER. — On April 8. at Robe. Samuel Fletcher, beloved husband or Jane and loving father or Jessie (Mrs. Ward). Sister Mary Dominic (Eileen) and Maurice. RJJ». GLOVER.— On April 7 (suddenly). Wil liam John, the dearly beloved son of Mrs. E. M. and the late W. M. Glover, of 98 Pulsford road. Prospect. Aired 44 years. GOWER. — On March 18. at Toowoom ba, Lucy, beloved sister of A. J. Vinall. of Williamstown, S.A.,. also Lissie, Tom. Bill and George (all decd). aged 93 years. JARMAN. — On April 9. at Calvary Hos pital. Edwin Charles (Tedi Jarman, be loved husband and Ethel M. and loving rather of Rita (Mrs. L. M. Macdonald). In his 72nd year. KOOP ? At Annadale. Western Aus trn ia - suddenly), Bert, husband of Jude. Alice Springs. Some day we will under stand. LAWRENCE. — On April 7. at Daw's road Hospital. Andrew. loved brother of Dorothy (Ml?. Mills i, Mona (Mrs Bourkei. and Donald, brother-in-law of Chas. and Reg. loving uncle or Doug.. Trevor. Dorothy. Shirley and Julian. In God's care. MORLET. — On April 5. at Barmera Hospital Sidney John beloved husband ol Rebecca Jane Morlev. of Monrook. River Murray. loving rather of Mont and Peg. Aged 49 years. Late of 6th Dragoon Guards. B.E.P. NICHOLAS. — On April 9, at her resi dence, 108 Wright St., Adelaide, Emily Edith, widow of Thomas John Nicholas, and loving mother of Harry. ROBERTSON. — On April 7 (suddenly). Emily Watt, beloved wife of the late Robert Douglas Black Robertson, of 18 St. Albyns av., Toorak Gardens.
? DEATHS ? RAWUNS. — At Broken Hill, suddenly on April 7. Edwin George, dearly loved son or the late Edwin and Margaret Rawllns, late Terowie, loving brother of Jim. Olive (Mrs. Witleyl. Rose (Mrs. Gas miert. Maude. Dec. Tom. Marv -Mrs Sutherland). Bert. Harold, aged So years 4 months. At rest. TAMBLYN. — On April 9. at his resi dence. 37 Joslln street. Wayvllle. John William, (be dearly beloved husband of Adelaide Tamblyn. and loving rather of Keith and Denzil. Aged 78 years. WEST. — On April 6. at a private hos pital. Era. dearly beloved wife of Re ginald Arthur West. or 126 First av Joslln. and loving mother of Jean Bill and Nancy. WILKS. — On April 8 (suddenly) Fred erick Thomas Wilks. 20 Airlle avenue Prospect, belovn: husband of Essie Wilks. Aged 57 years. ZADOW. — On April 8. at the Mannum Hospital. Herbert Arthur, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth E. Zadow. of Mil lenaella. and loving father or Betty Monica, and Ruth. Aged 44 yean. Sadly missed. ? IN MEMORIAM ? AMOS.— In loving memory of my de voted husband, who passed away April A quiet thought brings many a tear Ftor the one I miss and loved so dear In my heart you are always near As it dawns another sad year. —Sadly missed by his loving wife Dorothy. AMOS. — In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away April 10. 1944. A golden gate stood open Cn that sad. unhappy morn. With a farewell left unspoken 7ou softly passed away. Today recalls sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest. And those who think of you today Are those who loved you best. Many lonely heartache. Often a silent tear. But always a beautiful memory Of our father we loved so dear. — Sadly missed by his loving sons and daughters. AMOS. — In loving memory of our dear father, who nassed away April 10. 1944 Those who save a rather. Cherish him with care. For you will never know the heartache Till you see his vacant chair. — Always remembered by his loving daughter Glad, son-in-law Gordon. AMOS. — In loving memory of my dear son George (Skeetl. who passed away April 10. 1939. Years may dawn and fade away, but memories live on for ever. — Inserted fay his loving mother. AFLIN. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away April 10. 1943. To be with us in the same old way would be our dearest wish today: happy, smiling, al ways content, loved and respected wherever she went. Years may pass and lade away, but your loving memory will always stay. — Sadly missed by loving son Chook. daughter-in-law Dorrle. and grandchildren Bryant. Pauline and Gra ham. APLIN. — In loving memory or mother, died April 10, 1943. Time takes away the edge or grief, but memory turns back every leaf. — Remembered by Ruby and APUN. — In loving memory of dear mother, passed away April 10, 1943. Her cheery smile and happy ways will linger with us all our days. — Ever remembered daughter Doris, son-in-law Cyril. APLIN. — In loving memory of my dear Bister Clara, passed away April 10, 1943. I have you always in my memory, God has you in His care. — Ever remembered by sister Emma. APLIN. — Treasured memories of our dear grandma, passed away April 10. One of the kindest, one of the best, a beautiful memory is all we have left.— Remembered fcy her grandchildren Lorna. Joyce. Iris, Harold. AFUN. — In loving memory of out dear mother, who passed away April 10. 1943. Years may dawn and fade away, but loving memories will always stay. — Ever remembered by Norm, Nell and family. APLIN. — In loving memory of grandma, passed away April 10. 1943. Always in our thoughts. — Ever remembered by May and ir«»hi»»ti and families. BASSETT. Herbert James. — In loving remembrance of our dearly beloved hus band and father, passed away April 10, 1933. — Inserted by his affectionate wife and family. CHAMBERS. — In loving memory of my dear husband. Thomas Herbert, who passed away April 10. 1946. I think of you in silence. No eyes may see me weep: But ever In my aching heart. Your memory dear I keep. — Remembered always by his loving wife and con. Robert. CLARK. — In loving memory of our dear mother Annie, who passed away at Dnley on April 10. 1945: also our dear sister Violet Williams, who passed away on April 28. 1944. Always remembered. — Inserted by their sons and daughters, brothers and sisters. C1EGGETT. F. J. H. — In loving mem ory of our dear husband and father, who passed away AprU 8. 1946. — Inserted by bis wife. E. F. Cleggett, and family. Lulu, dair. Morton. Lorna. Owen, John and Gil bert. CLYDE. — In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away on April 10. 1946. Sadly Inissed by dad, Pat and Allen COUSINS. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away April 10. 1946. It does not take a special day to bring you back to mind; the days we do not think of you are very hard to find. — Inserted by his loving wife and family. COUSINS. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed iway April 10. 1946. Ever remembered. —Inserted by bis loving son Bill. Marge and grandchildren John and Bill. COUCH. — In loving memory of my dear mother, passed away April 10. 1944. We bave you in our memory, God has you in his-care. — Remembered by her loving daughter Mema. son-in-law Ray. and granddaughter Jeanette. CUTLER. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away April 10. 1943. Memories sweet of ane so dear, treasured deep from year to year. He lives within our memory still, not Just today, but always will. — Inserted by his loving wife and family. DEED, H. M. — In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister May. who fell asleep on April 10. 1941. No matter ?rhat the years may bring, sweetest mem ories will always ding. — Inserted by mother. Daisy and Edgar. FOREMAN. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away April 10. 1942. Nobody knows how I miss you. mother, although I seldom look sad: but peu were mine, and I remember what a ronderful mother I bad. — Remembered al ways by daughter Lorna, son-in-lew Dick and grandson Perry. FOREMAN. — In loving memory of dear mother, who fell asleep AprU 10. 1942. Many a lonely heartache, many a silent tear, always a beautiful memory of one we loved so dear. — Sadly missed by Bob and Fay. FOREMAN. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on AprU 10. 1942. She is not lost, nor has she travelled far: Just stepped inside her heavenly home and left the door ajar. — Always remem bered by her loving daughter Doreen and grandchildren. FOREMAN- — In loving memory of our dear mother and gcandma. who passed away April 10. 1942. Treat her kindly, gentle Saviour. Now that she is Thine; Hold her in Thy loving arms, I The mother that was mine. — Always remembered by. Gladys. Gilbert and Lorraine. FOREMAN. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, passed away April 10. 1942. A beautiful nature, full of kind deeds. A helping hand to all In need. — Ever remembered by Leila, Jack and boys. FOREMAN.— Treasured memories of dear mother and grandma, passed away April 10, 1942. A sweeter nature never given, she smiled through all her pain: to know her was to love her, our loss was heaven's gain. — Sadly missed by Mamie. g«»it.yi and children. FOREMAN. — In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, passed away AprU 10. 1942. Memories sweet or one so dear, treasured deep rrom year to year, they live within our memory still, not just today but always will. — Ever remembered by lovlns husband and son Max. FOREMAN. — Cherished memories or dear mother, passed away April 10. 1942. Treasured are the memories of one I loved so dear, and after in my silent thoughts I wish that you were here. — Ever remembered by Jean and Glen. GREENSLADE. — in memory of our brother Alan, who went to his reward' on April 9. 1944. ! Your Bass still echoes, your footsteps; still beard. ; — Ever remembered by Harry. Bob. Muriel, '? Janet and Rosemary. ' j HEATH. — In lovlnK memory or my dear wile, who passed away on April 10 1946. A wonderful wife ha; gone to re.st. for i one and all she gave her best.— Always | remembered. j HEATH. Marie S. A. — In loving i memory of a dear wife and mother, who! passed away this day. 1946. HEATH. — In loving memory of my dear ' husband Francis -Bobi, died April 10, 1945. result of accident. Two years ago the sad blow came, without a farewell parting, when called from his earthly garden to rest in a heavenly one. A silent tear and aching heart Is all X have to comfort me.— Lovingly remem bered by bis sad wife May. ' HEATH.— In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law Francis (Bob), passed away April 10. 1945. Though lost to sight to memory dear. — Inserted by mum Flo Ull and Harry. HEATH. — In loving memory of Francis George (Bobi. who passed away April 10. 1945.— Always remembered by Jack Ellen and cirls. HE1TMANN.--In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away April 8 1940. It does not take a special day To bring you back to mind: The days we do not think of you Are vrry hard !o find. —Ever remembered bv lys. Joan Raj End daughter-in-law Rosr. HENDERSON. — In lovinc memorv nf dear nnd. who passed rwpv ct^ht, yrars as?n today. As t-he years pass «' utill remember you. dad. — Alma, Alf and boys.
IN MEMORIAM HENDERSON. — In loving memory of our dear dad and grandpa, who passed away April 10. 1939. He left this land for the land ol peace. — Ever remembered by Dot. Norm and grandchildren. Tor rensville. HIGGS. — In loving memory of dear Myrtle, who passed away April 10. 1945. Her cheery smiles and hBppy ways will linger with us all our days. — Inserted by C. Evers and Matsie: HIGGS.— In loving memory of dear Myrtle, passed away April 10. 1945. Beautiful memories, treasured for ever. -Inserted by Jean nnd all from 174. HIGGS. Myrtle Mary.— In loving mem ory of my dear mother who passed awav April 10. 1945. — Inserted by her son Bob and grandma. HORE. — In loving memory of mother. Those who have a mother, cherish her with care. iFor you never know the heartache, till you see her «mpty chair. —Eve remembered by Mavis and Colleen. BORE. — In loving memory of mother. passed away April 10, 1947. I treasure still with love sincere memories of my mother I loved so dear. — Always remem bered by loving daughter Noreen and grandchildren Brian and Robert. HOSE.— In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away April 10. 1942. Deep In our hearts a memory is kept of the mother we loved and will never forget. — Ever remembered by loving son Wally and daughter-in-law Dulcie. HORE, Mary. — Loved memories of our dear mother, who passed away five years ago today. The mother we loved is miss ing, her voice we loved Is stilled. A vacant place wittiin our hearts that never can be filled. — Ever remembered by Mabel and Howard and grandson Neville. BORE. — Treasured memories or dear mum, who passed away April 10. 1942. A wonderful mother laid to rest. For each of us she did her best. Her love was great, her heart vu kind. A better mother none could Dnd. — Inserted by her loving daughter Eliza beth and son-in-law Fred. BORE. — In loving memory of my dear mother. Nobody knows how I miss her although I seldom look sad, but she was mine and 1 remember what a wonderful mother I had, too dearly loved to be for gotten. — Inserted by Edie and Jack. JACKSON. — In loving memory of our younger son. P.O. Frank M. Jackson, killed in action April 10, 1945.— Mother and dad. JOHNS. — In loving memory of my dear son Teddie. who fell asleep at Hind marsh on April 10, 1923. Not a day do I forget you. dear. — Inserted by bis lov ing mother and sister Mancye. MILLWOOD. — In loving memory or my dear sister. Eleanor Sarah -4ueeniel. died April 10. 1946. How I miss you. no one knows. — Inserted by her ever sorrowing sitter. Bess. ' MILLWOOD. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away AprU 10. 1946. A wonderful mother, good and kind, her equal on earth Is hard to find. For each or us she did her best. May God grant her eternal rest.— Always remembered by Charlie, daughter in-law Reta. grandchildren Margaret, Caryl, and Eddie. MILLWOOD. Eleanor Sarah.— In lov ing memory of dear aunty Queen, died April 10. 1946. Away in God's beautiful garden. Away from all sorrow and care. Some day when life's Journey is over. We will meet our dear aunty there. — Ever remembered by Bill and Olive. MILLWOOD. Eleanor Sarah.— In lov ing memory of dear tiunty Queen, died April 10. 1946. There's a loving recollec tion of a face we cannot see. — Inserted by her darlings. Betty. Trixie and Bubble. MUSGRAVE. — In loving memory of my dear wife Ruby who passed away April 10. 1945. Sadly missed. — Ro.es. MUSGRAVE. — In loving memory of my dear sister and sis:er-in-law Ruby, passed sway April 10. 194S. Just a token true a.nd tender Just to show we still remember. — Remembered always by Merce and Jack. MILLWOOD. — In loving memory of our dearly beloved sister and aunt (Queeniei. who passed away April 10. 1946. Years may dawn and fade away, but loving memories will Always stay. — E¥er re membered by Beat, Bert. Dolly, Ross and Laurel. OSBORNE. — In loving memory of nv dear father, who passed away on April 10. 1945. To be with us In the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. Happy, smiling, always content. Loved and respected wherever he went. — Ever remembered by- his loving son Arthur. ? POSTLETHWAITE. — In memory of John, who departed this lire April 10. 1941. POWNING. — In loving memory or dad. who passed away April 10. 1945.— Inser- ted bv EM'. Eric. Joan and Bob. POWNING. — In loving memory of Dad. who passed away at Salisbury on April 10. 1945. Years may dawn and fade away. But loving memories always stay. — Ever remembered by Joyce and Ron. POWNING. — In loving memories of my dear husband. Cyril Francis, passed away st his home. Salisbury, on April 10. 194S. To be with us In the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. —Inserted by his loving wife. RATZMER. — In memory of my loving mother, who passed away April 10. 1940. This Is a day of remembrance, a day I shall never forget; or one I will always remember, when the rest or the world for eets. — Always remembered by Olga and Norm. , RICHARDS. — In loving memory or Annie. loving wife of R. H. and mother of Ted. Ida and Vera. who died at Gaw !er South. April 10. 1933. Always re membered. RUMBEIjOW. — In loving memory of our dear father. David Malen. who passed away on April 10. 1905. Love and mem orrrt :ive for ever. — Inserted by his loving children. SACHSE. — In loving memory of sister Joyce, passed away on April 10. 1943. Always in our thoughts, for ever in our hearts. — Sadly missed by Albert. Marlon, nieces Faye. Maylene. Rhonda. SCHUTZ.— In loving memory or our dear daughter and sister, who passed away April 9. 1940. Her smiling face and kindly ways will linger with us all our days. — Sadly missed by her parents, bro ther and sister-in-law. SCHULZ. — In loving memory of Lynette. passed away Dimboola iVIc.i. April 10. 1946. Dear Is the grave where Lynette Is laid, dear Is the memory that never will fade. Sweet Is the hope that we shall meet, kneeling together at teus feet —Inserted by Aunty Vina. Cncte Jack and Rhonda. SCnULZ. — In fond memory of Lynette. called home trom Dimboola (Vic. I April 10. 1946. She is not lost, our Lynette. nor ha? she travelled far. Just stepped inside her heavenly home, and left the door ajar. — Lovingly remembered by Grandma Lizhtfoot. SCBOISHAW. — In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away April 10. 1940. — Always remembered by her loving son Bill. Bessie and family. THOMPSON. — In taring memory ot Frank Stanley, dearly loved husband and tether, who passed away April 10. 1936. — Ever remembered bv his wife and children. THOMPSON*. — Pond memories of our dear son Frank Stanley, who died April 10. 1936. May the sunshine you missed or. life's highway be found in God's garden of rest. — Inserted by his loving parents. THOMPSON. — Sad and lovins memory of our dear father, who passed away April 10. 1947: also our beloved mother, passed away October 10 1928. Above the waves of earthly strire above the Ills and cares or life, where all Is peaceful, bright and fair, our dear parents are resting there. — Lovinglv remembered by their sons and daughters, Annie. Mabel, Fred and Glenn. TUJHOI'Tn. — In lovinc memory of| our dear mother and father, who passed1 away April 10 and March 17. — Ever remembered by loving daughters Vina and Gladys. TODD. — In loving memory nf my be loved wife. Jessie Cruickshank. who passed away April 10. 194fi. She died as she lived, peacefully. — Ever remem bered by her loving husband Henry. TODD. — In loving memory or my dear mother, who passed away April 10, 1946. As you rest In peaceful sleep, your memory I will always keep. — So sadly missed by her loving son Jim. Rita. Fay. Rhonda. TODD. — Cherished memories or dear mother and grandma, fell afileep April 10. 1946. — Ever remembered- by Annie. Jsrk. granddaughters Jessie and Betty. TOWNSEND. — In loving memory of our dear sister Annie, who passed away April 9. 1946. To live in the hearts we leave behind Is not to die.— Inserted by her loving sisters. TRF.DKEA. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away April 10. 1945. When death's dark .shadows hover near and all the days | with pain are rire. when all the heart | is full or rear, cling closely to the Lord I nf life.— Ever remembered by his loving I wife, son Dou=. daughter Dorothy. j TUCKER. — In memory of dad who ? passed away April 10. 1943.— Ever re- ! membered by Ms daughter Molly. I WARD.— In loving memory or our dear j mother, who passed away April 10. 1942. ? —Ever remembered by her loving sons Jack and Wally. WARNER. — In loving memory or our dear husband and father, who passed away April 10. 1942. Cherished memo ries will always stay. — Remembered by his loving wife and children. ? REfURN~THANKS C'OODENOUGH~^M-; and 'sirs. W^tT 'Goodenough and ramilv sincerely thant HI relatives, kind lriends Inr\ flnral tributes, telegrams, cards, and persona! sympathy in their recent sad loss of their son. Albert Ronald I Mirk 1 Specia' ? hanks to al: memb-rs of ihe poultry MR. D. M. MOUNT and familv wish to I thank all kind relatives and friends for teleerams. letters, cards, aoral tribute* j-nd personal expressions of sympathy in 'he sad loss of their beloved wife and mother. Will all please accept this as '?ur perKonal trratitudv and thanks'9 Special thanks to staff nf Royal Adflaide Hospital. MR. and Mrs. Hassan Solomon Hamnen and family, of Bern, wish -o sincerrly thank all relative? and rrirnds Tor their card*, lettrr*. iclcsrams and kind per sonal rxprcssmn* of srmpjthr in their sad bereavement. ' ? '? ?
I FUNERAL NOTICES BUNNEY.— The friends ol the late Miss 0 ELIZABETH A. BUNNEY are respect fully informed that her funeral will leave her late residence. 101 Carlton parade. Torrensville. on THURSDAY, at 2 p.m.. for rhe West Terracr. Cemetery F. T. ELLIOTT & SON. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Parlors. 95 Port road. Hlndmarsh. ? Est_. 1850. L4668. ? j CADD.— The friends of the late Mr ! EZEKIEL CADD. late of Wilpena ter 1 race. Kilkenny, ere respectfully informed that his funeral service was conducted 1 privately on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON at the Cheltenham Cemetery. Rev. E O. j Aurlcht officiating. : F. T. ELLIOTT & SON. Funeral Directors' J and Embalmers. Parlors. 95 Port road. Hlndmarsh. I ? L4668. ? Est. 1850. ? I rONIGRAVE.— The friends of the late 1 SISTER HELEN B. CONIGRAVE date Isl A.U. i and of Rumont Motnercrait Hospital, are respectfully informed that) her Funeral will leave the residence of her sister (Mrs. D. R. Glastonbury). of 13 Cranbrook avenue. Millswood Estate THIS DAY (Thursday*, at 3 p.m. Tor tfce West Terrace Cemetery. Rev. Father A. M. Morralee will officiate. CHAS. A. BERRY. Funeral Director 157 Magill road. Maylands. Phone F32S3. DAWES.— The friends of the late Mr? WINIFRED JOSEPHINE DAWES late of Henley Beach rd.. New Mile End. widow of Edward Joseph Dawes formerly of Port Augusta, are respectfully in formed that her Funeral will leave the ESS?™1 1^Lrlor--L' Wakefleld si.. Adelaide.] TODAY (Thursday!, at 4.15 pjn.. for the1 Catholic Cemetery. West terrace I FRANK J. STEBERT. Funeral Director 47-49 Wakefleld street. Phone 413 1JEED.— The friends of the late Mr w CLIFFORD STANLEY DEED of 12 MUner street. Hilton, are respectfully In- 1 formed that hie remains were privately! cremated on WEDNESDAY. 9th April, al j the West Terrace Crematorium Rev J I G. Jenkin officiated. ' j PENGELLEY & KNABE LIMITED Funeral Directors. ' r Office and Chapel. 210 Rundle street.; ? Central 49fi (2 llnesi. ? EISDEN.— The friends or the late Mrs FLORENCE MAY ELSDEN. of 10 Tenny son street Kurralta Park, are respectfully informed that her -Funeral will leave i Partington & Son's Funer Chapel 441 I South road. Black Forest, on THURSDAY. ' at 11 a.m.. for the Centennial Park Ceme- ' PARTINGTON * SON. Funeral Directors Head Office and Chapel 441 South road. Black Forest. LP1246. ('LOVER. — The friends of the late Mr » WILLIAM JOHN GLOVER, of 98 Puls J°£L.r.oa.d.' ,p'-5pect, are respectfully in formed that his remains were peaoefullv laid to rest (privately! on WEDNESDAY in the Cheltenham Cemetery Rev H ! C. Thrush officiated. GEO. DOWNS & SON. S.A.F.D.A Funeral Directors. Jcffcott st.. North Adelaide. Phone 735. N'EMll^iDr^^'N^OLAl.'^f^ Wright street. Adelaide, are respectfully ??lformed that her Funeral will leave our private Chapel 210 Rundle street. Ade- '? lalde. on FRIDAY, at 10 30 am for the West Terrace Cemetery. PENGELLEY & KNABE LIMITED Funeral Directors. Office and Chapel. 210 Rundle street Central 496 (2 lines). ROBERTSON.— The friends of the late Mrs. EMILY WATT ROBERTSON of 18 St. Albyns avenue, Toorak Gardens, are respectfully informed that her re mains were privately laid to rest on WEDNESDAY, 9th April, in the Centen nial Park Cemetery, Rev. T. Thornton Reed officiated. PENGELLEY & KNABE LIMITED. Funeral Directors Office and Chapel; 210 Rundle street. Central 496 (2 lines). SHEPHARD. — The friend of the late Mr JOHN SHEPHARD. also known as John Slater, of the Old Folks' Home, Magill are respectfully informed that his remains were laid to rest on WEDNESDAY April 9. in the West Terrace Cemetery H. BOWER. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Director 22 Henley Beach road, Mile End. Phone L48I1. 133 Goodwood road. Goodwood. U5615 TAMBLYN.— The friends of the late Mr JOHN WILLIAM TAMBLYN, are res pectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, 37 Joslin street Wayville, on THURSDAY, at 2 p m for the Centennial Park Cemetery ALFRED JAMES & SONS (A.F.D.A.) Funeral Directors. 193 Unley road Unley. U1129 (2 llnes). UfEb'l-. — The friends of Mr. REGINALD ' ARTHUR WEST, of 126 First avenue Joslin. are respectfully informed that the Remains of his late beloved WIFE -Eval were privately laid to rest on TUES DAY. 8th April, in the Dudley Park Cem-tery. Rev. E. T. Pryor officiated. PENGELLEY & KNABE LIMITED, Funeral Directors, Office and Chapel. 210 Rundle street ? Centnl 49S (2 llnesi. ? WILKS.— The friends of the lnt«~Mr FREDERICK THOMAS WILKS (late of Metropolitan and Export Abattoirs) are respectfully Informed that his Fune ral will leave his late residence, 20 Airlle avenue. Prospect. THIS DAY (Thurs day), at 4.15 p.m.. for the Dudley Park Cemetery. Rev. C. J. Davis will officiate. CLAUDE TREVELION. Funeral Director 226 Prospect roan. Prospect. M3519: 56-58 Magill road. Norwood. F4O84. ZADOW. — The friends of the late Mr HERBERT ARTHUR ZADOW are re spectfully Informed that his funeral will leave his late residence Millendella on THURSDAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Millendella Cemetery. ? W. H. PFETFFER. Funeral Director, Murray Brldgp. Phone 229. A.A.A. WREATHS DELTV. ALL SUBS Golden Daffodil. Florist. 215 Unley rd U7528: after hours. LF1209. ? AAA — MORGAN'S MARBLE WORKS VICTORIA SQUARE. ? ! A— A BEAUTIFUL wreath, del. L6791 MILE END FLORISTS. Henley Bch. rd A MUCH NICER WREATH FROM PENGUX.Y-S. FLORIST. Grote street Cent. 2108: after hours. L5629 ? — TUCKER'S. Florists. Grote street C4385: after hours. L581I. ? '. k — WREATHS delivered shortest notice 'STANLEY'S. Florist. Adelaide Arcade. Rundle st. C5210. After hours U2824 — *— AT KTHNANE-S. Florist, wreaths de livered. 35 Gresham St. C6497. ? DLUE Ridge Florist supply and deliver ?* your wreaths. 26 Arcade. C6640. X7756. GLADIOLI FLORIST. BEST* WREATHS' Opp. North rd. Cemetery gates. M3145 ALDHAM. Florist. 51 Main North road' VMedindie. M2BS5: after hours. 69 North rote ter. Med-ndie. ? WREATHS— 'Dawn' Florist Main North « rd.. Prospect. M3327: after brs. F6009. RETURN THANKS RS. F. H. Vardon and son wish to thank all kind friends and relatives for floral offerings, cards, letters, telegrams, and personal expressions or svmpatfay in their recent sad bereavement.' Special thanks to Mrs. Crabbe and Mrs. Brain, also Mr. and Mrs. B. Pegler. Will all please accept this as personal thanks? — MRS. JOHN O'CONNOR, son and Mr TJiof. O'Connor wish to sincerely thank =1! kind friends and relations for te!e- ! grams, cards, letters and persona; ex- 1 pressione of sympathy in the loss of their husband, father and brother. Especially' thanking Fr. Walsh. FT. curran Mr Myers snd hospital staff. | HRS. H. J. Goodenough. of Bampswad.j wishes to sincerely thank all kind rela tives and friends for floral tributes, tele-' grams, cards and persona! expressions, of sympathy la the sad loss of mv be-1 leved husband. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of thanks? ' THE parents of Andrew Lawrence wish i derlles and all patients in Ward 6 at Dawes Road Hospital for their untiring I efforts to make our beloved son as com fortable as possible. Please accept this as a personal appreciation to all. — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Parilla. ? OJE wish to thank all kind relatives and « friends for cards, letter.s. &c.. and kindness shown in the recent and sad loss of our mother and grandmother ? Mr. and Mrs. R. Kerr and family 10 Fourth street. Bowden. ? THOMAS.— The wife, daughters, eiste^s ? and brothers of the late Mr A c ?Clirfi Thomas, or Dulvrich. wish to sin cerely thank all kind relatives, friends for beautiful floral tributes letters. cards, telegrams, and all personal ex pressions or sympathy in Ihe sad loss uT j their dear husband, daddy and brother Special thanks to Mrs. Bowse. Norwood I E.F.S. ? 1 VON BEHTOUCH.— Mrs. von Bertoilch. I Ken and Nancy, wish to thank all kind! relatives and friends for telegrams. ! cards. letters, beautiful flora! tributes | and personal sympathy In our recent sad loss or our husband and rather. Will all please accept this as our personal exnression of thanks? : rIEELER. — Mrs. Wheeler and family j sincerely thank friends and relatncs for cards, telegrams, letters, floral trl- ! butes. and personal expressions of sym pathv in the loss of their dear husband and father. Will nil please accept this a- our persons I thanks. j