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Births, Marriages And Deaths

Approaching Marriages and Engage- ment notices must be signed by the two persons concerned. Birth notices by one of the parents, unless other- wise authenticated, and Marriages, Deaths and In Memoriam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines, 3/-; 9d. each additional line. BIRTHS ALDOUS (nee Dempsey). —On   March 23, at Berklea, to Joyce and Frank —a daughter (Elaine Mar-   garate). Thanking Dr. West and staff. ADAMSON (nee Lown). —On March   24, at St. John's Private Hospital, Prospect, to Heather and Bill —twin daughters (Cathryn Ann and Lorraine Mary). ANDREWS (nee Bowden). —On March 26, at Calvary Maternity Hos- pital, to Jim and Shirle —a daughter   (Kaylene Anne). Thanking Dr. Har- dey, Sister Virginia and staff at Cal- vary. ASHTON (nee Oates). —On March   26, at McBride's, to Doris and Bill, of Enfield —a son (Bruce Douglas).   Both well. Many thanks to all in attendance. BARKER. —On March 24, at Salis-   bury Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. War- ren Barker —a son (Donald Stewart).   Thanking all in attendance. BARKER. —On March 27, to the   wife of Geoffrey Barker—a son.     BETTERMAN (nee Jennings). —On March 26, at Kapunda Hospital, to Audrey and Len —a daughter (Lor-   raine Margaret). Both well. Thank- ing all in attendance. BOWDEN (nee Tothill).—On March     30, at Memorial Hospital, to Jean and Max —a son (David Neil). Both well. Thanking Dr. Arthur Goode, matron and staff BARNDEN (nee Roche).—On March     25, at Maitland Hospital, to Bill and Mary —a daughter (Ann Christine). Thanking Dr. Wallman and staff. BOLTE. —On March 24, at Mc- Bride's, to Jean and Alfred —a son.   Both doing well. BOWES (nee Scriven), at Tennant Creek, N.T., to Flo and Bob —a daugh-   ter. Born March 17 (Robyn Elaine). BUCKLEY. —On March 26, at Cal- vary Hospital, to wife of J. A. Buck- ley —a daughter.   BROWN (nee Burfield). —On March 23, at Blackwood Private Hospital, to Lorna and Syd —a daughter (Maxine Joy). BUTLER. —On March 24, at Unley   Private Hospital, to Phyllis and Eric —a son (Gregory John). BAKER. —On March 23, at Malvern   Private Hospital, to Dru and Bill — a daughter (Patricia Joy). Thanking Dr. Boucaut and hospital staff. No visitors for 7 days. BALDOCK. —On March 20, at   Q.V.M.H., to Merle and Fred —a   daughter (Margaret Ann). Thanking Dr. Joynt and hospital staff. BARTLETT (nee Whitelaw). —To Norma and Bill, at Calvary Hospital, on March 24 —a daughter. No visi   tors. BRICE (nee O'Connor). —At   Q.V.M.H., on March 21, to Violet and Doug. —a son (Graham Douglas),   Thanking all in attendance.   BROWN (nee Murphy). —On March   22, at Sirius, to Shirley and Reg —a   son (Anthony James). Grateful thanks to Dr. Webb, Sister Shinn and Nurse Russell. BRUMMITT. —On March 24, to Margaret, wife of D. W. Brummitt —a   son. BUTLER (nee Nockolds). —To Shir ley and Jack, on March 24, at Henley Private Hospital —a son (David John).   Premature. Both well. No visitors for seven days. BEAUCHAMP (nee Pratt). —On March 28, at SM Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Harry ant Brida (Judy) —a daughter (Judith Claire). Both   well. CRASE. —March 27, Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to Vera and Bill —twin daughters (Dianne Elaine,   Lynette Anne). Thanking Dr. B. M. Jolly, matron and staff. CARR (nee Minear). —On March 26,   at Emergency Hospital, Mile End, to Val and Jack —a daughter (Jacque line). Both well. Thanking Dr.   Flaherty and hospital staff. CURTIS. —On March 24, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Curtis, Peterborough —a   son (Alvin Barry). Thanking Dr. Martin and staff P.S.M.H. CAMPBELL (nee Weaver). —At Me- morial Hospital, to Eileen and Ron — a son (David Charles). Thanking Dr. Stoddard and staff at Memorial Hos- pital. No visitors seven days. CHAPMAN (nee Scanlen). —On March 23, at Calvary Hospital, to Nancy, wife of Stan Chapman —a son   (stillborn). CORRY (nee Wilkinson). —On March 21, at Wolverton, to Hazel and Jack —a daughter (Jillian Annette).   Thanking Dr. Jolly and staff at Wol- verton. CROSSLAND (nee Cooper). —On March 23, at Cairns, Queensland, to Fay and Ben —a son. Both well.   CAMBRELL. —On March 26, at   Memorial Hospital, to Ruth and Keith —a son.   CARRUTHERS (nee Garland). —On March 22, at Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to Val and Bill —a son   (Richard William). Thanking Dr. Webb and hospital staff. CHADWICK. —On March 22, at Mannum Hospital, to Norma and Ar- thur —a son (David Arthur). Special   thanks to Dr. Grote, matron and hos- pital staff. Both well. CHILTON. —On March 16, at Berri District Hospital, to Muriel and Ron —a son (Gary Ian). Special thanks   to Dr. Hayes, Matron Jenkinson and hospital staff. CURTIS. —On March 22, at Black wood Private Hospital, to Doss and Harry —a son (Rodney James).   CARLIER. —On March 22, at Wal-   wa, to Val and Keith —a son (Barry William). Thanking all in attend- ance. COOMBE (nee Surmon). —On March   24, at Unley Private Hospital, to Nita and Graham —a son.   DONALDSON. —On March 25, at   Chatham Hospital, Keswick, to Phylippa and Jack —a daughter   (Cheryl Jo). Thanking all in attend ance. DALY (nee Willson). —On March   21, at Port Pirie Maternity Hospital, to Agnes and Squires —a son. Both   well. Thanking all in attendance. DANIELL (nee Johnstone). —On   March 24, at S.M.H., Murray Bridge, to Peg and John —a daughter (Carol   Kaye). Thanking all in attendance. DONALDSON. —On March 25, at Chatham Private Hospital, to Phyl- lippa and Jack — a daughter (Cheryll Jo). Thanking all in attendance. DREWETT (nee Bensen). —On March 23, at Koonawarra Hospital, Kadina, to Marjorie and Edgar —a bonny daughter (Janice Marjorie). Special thanks to Dr. Raises, sisters and hospital staff. EATON (nee Burford). —On March   25, at the Broken Hill and District Hospital, to Norma, wife of John —a   daughter (Suzanne Judith). Both well.   Thanking Dr. schlinck and staff. ERDMANN (nee Hein). —On March 27, at Maitland, to Esther and Vic Erdmann, South Kilkerran —a daugh-   ter (Marcia Lynnette). Thanking Drs. Wallmann, Kirkman, and hospital EDMONDS. —On March 23, at   Q.V.M.H., to Gwen and Fred, of Blackwood —a son.   ECHERMANN. —On March 25, at Freeling Hospital, to Vic and Mabs — a son (Richard Gregory). EVANS (nee Loxton). —On March 9,   at Barmera Hospital, to Don and Pearl —a son (William Rex). Thank ing all in attendance. FLAVEL. —On March 15, to Nor- man and Jean, at the District Hos- pital, Loxton —a daughter (Veronica   Leah). Thanking Dr. Samuel and hospital staff. FOSSEY (nee McCarthy). —On   March 21, at Jamestown Hospital, to Carmel and Gordon —a son (Peter   Joseph). Special thanks to Dr. Magarey, matron and hospital staff.

BIRTHS FARROW (nee Stanbury). —On     March 28, at McBride's, to Mr and Mrs. John Farrow —a daughter.   FRANKLIN (nee Johnson). —On   March 25, at Q.V.M.H., to Beryl and Jack —a son (Ian Leash). Special   thanks to Dr. Joynt and hospital staff. FARLEY.—On March 20, at Eu-     dunda Hospital, to the wife of David R. Farley — a son (Kenneth William). FEELEY (nee Pinnington).— On March 24, to Daisy and Bill — a son (John Vincent). Thanking Dr. Steele Sisters Booth and George, and staff at South Glen. FORSYTH (nee Anderson). — On Feb. 3, to Ron and Elsie, of Wallan, Vic. — a son (Gordon Douglas). FOX.— On March 22, at McBride's Hospital, to Gladys and John — a son (premature). Thanking Dr. Horna brook and hospital staff. GARDNER (nee Field).—On March     27, at S.M. Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Lois and Ken — a daughter (An- nette). GILES.— On March 28, at Memo- rial Hospital, to Sylvia and Mawson — a son. GLUYAS (nee Gray). — On March 26, at Emergency Hospital, Mile End, to Edna and Jack — a daughter (Gloria Kay). Both well. Thanking Dr. Fla herty, sisters and staff. GRAY (nee Gray). — At Chatham Hospital, on March 24, to Nina and Geoff — a son (Stephen Geoffrey). Thanking Dr. Hunter and all in at tendance. GRABIA (nee Bowley). — On March 25, at Memorial Hospital, to Brenda, Wife of Russell Grabia — a son (Barry Milton). No visitors for seven days. GATLEY (nee Bradbrook). — On March 28, at Hindmarsh Memorial Hospital, to Jessie and Harold — a son (William Charles). Thanking Dr. Pitcher and hospital staff. HANCOCK (nee Best) .—A daughter. Both well. Thanking all in atten dance. HENDRY (nee Nobbs).— On March 20, at Memorial Hospital, to Fay and David — a son (premature). HENDY (nee McHugh).— On March 25, at Memorial, to Frank and Kath — a son (Peter Anthony). Visitors after 30th. HOGG. — On March 24, at Emer gency Hospital, Mile End, to Merle and Jock — twin daughters. All well. HOWE (nee Lowe).— On March 25, at Hindmarsh Memorial Hospital, to Betty and Gordon — a son. HURRELL (nee Rudloff).— On March 24, at Commons Memorial Hospital,- Bute, to Frank and Eileen — twins (Heather and Kevin). Thanking Dr. James, Mrs. McDonald and Nurse Price. HERRINGE. — On March 24, at Q.V.M.H., to Joan and John — a daughter. Thanks to Drs. Joynt and Roberts and nursiivg staff. HOWER (Norman).— To Betty and Jim, on March 24, at Hindmarsh Ma ternity Hospital — a son (Trevor James). Thanking Dr. Drew and staff. HAINES.— At Berklea, to Winifred — a son (Wayne Glenfield). Thanking Dr. S. Dunstan, Sister Anderson and staff. HAREN.— On March 29, at Mt. Barker S.M. Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haren, Littlehampton — a son (John Raymond). Thanking Dr. Down ing and hospital staff. HEINJUS (nee Weckert). — On March 28, at Blyth Hospital, to Dora and Len— a daughter (Joyleen Kay), thanking Dr. Crosbie and hospital staff. HERZFELD (nee Cassebohm). — On March 29, at Calvary, to Dawn and Paul — a son. Many thanks to Dr. E. Texler and staff. HEYWOOD-SMITH (nee Ryan).— On March 27, at Calvary, to Lloyd and Marie — a daughter (Susan Marie). Thanking all in attendance. HENDERSON (nee Bartram). — On March 24, at Seymour, Vic, to Avis and George— a daughter (Lea Merrl lyn). HOGBEN. — On March 29, at Walwa Private Hospital, to Theo and Tom — a son. Both well. HOWELLS (nee Moseley). — On March 16, at Padua Hospital, North Brighton, Victoria, to Con and Denis — a daughter (Lynette Denise). HUGHES.— On March 26, at Hind marsh Hospital, to Iris and Allen — a daughter. ILLMAN.— On March 24, at Walwa, to Margaret and John — a daughter. ISAAC (nee Hann).— On March 22, at Sirius, to Joyce and Colin — a son (Ian Colin). Thanking Dr. Elix, Sis ter Shinn and Nurse Russell JACKSON (nee Callaghan).— To Edna and Harry, at Calvaiy, March 24— a daughter (Suzanne Virginia). Special thanks to Dr. Cooling, Sister Virginia and staff. JACOBS.— On March 27, to Athalie and Alan — a son. JENKINS.— On March 26, at Hind marsh Hospital, to Mona and Ted — a daughter (Thora). Both well. JOHNS (nee Mines).— At Kings cote District Hospital, on March 22, to Margaret and Lance — a son (pre mature). Lived 4 hours. Special thanks to Dr. Burnell, Matron Jacobs and staff. KING (nee Chadwick) .— On March 28, at 'Rowan,' to Max and Sylv — a son. Thanking Dre. John and Jeffrey Verco and hospital staff. KAY.— On March 24, at Calvary Hospital, to Nell and Gordons— a son (William Anthony). Both well. KEMPNICH (nee Head).— To Mai sie and Jack, on March 17, at Wes tern Suburbs Maternity, Newcastle — a daughter (Lenore). KIES (nee Cox). — On March 24, to Marion and Robert — a daughter (Christina). KIRCHNER (nee Anthony). — On March 23, to Marion and Joe — a daughter (Carolyne Margaret). Thanking Dr. West and staff. KNOWELS (nee Gibbs).— At Queen Victoria Hospital — a daughter (Maur een Marchell). Special thanks to hospital staff. Both doing well. KRUGER (nee Wilson). — On March 28, at Emergency Hospital, Mile End, to Lois and Rex— a son (David Wil- fred). Both well. Thanking Dr. Flaherty and hospital staff. KRUSE (nee Fuller).— On March 26, at Memorial Hospital, to Valma and Tom — a daughter. LOMMAN.— On March 24, to Thelma and Cecil — a son (Michael Louis). LISTON.— On March 24, at St. John's Private Hospital, Prospect, to Pearl and Howard— a daughter. Thanking Dr. De Crespigny and staff. LAMERTON (nee Morris).— On March 28, at Memorial Hospital, to Josie and Bob — a son. Thanking Dr. Don Steele, Dr. Wurm, sisters and staff at the hospital, LAWRIE (nee Liebich). — On March 23, at Tumoy Bay Hospital, to Laurel and Leighton — a son. Thanking Dr. Wibberly, Matron and staff. LAGONIK — To Fotica and George —a lovely daughter, Rowan Hospital, Maglll. LEE (nee Copas). — At Port Augus :a Hospital, on March 20, to Ona and Harry— a daughter (Wendy Suzette). LEIGH (nee Bums).— On March 24, at Calvary Hospital, to Nancy and Alan — a daughter. LEE. — On March 27, at Calvary Hospital, to Frank and Patricia — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Wurm, sis ters and staff. LOFTES. — On March 25, at Mon reith Hospital, to Ron and Marj — a daughter. No visitors for seven days. MATTNER. — On March 26, at Ren mark Hospital, to Beryl and Vic — a daughter (Christine). Thanking Dr. Wilson, matron and staff. McCARTHY (nee Wallace). — On March 27, at Berklea Hospital, Pros pect, to Marie and Frank — a son. MARKEY (nee Hasse).— On March 30, at Memorial Hospital, to Jill and Alf.— a son. MAYCOCK.— On March 23, at Wol verton, to Mavis and Harry — a daugh ter (Margaret Dawn), Special thanks to Dr. Elix and Sister Parks.

BIRTHS McKECHNIE. — On March 28, at Cnley Private Hospital, to Kath and Pete — a daughter (Christine Iris). Thanking Drs. Turnbull and Steele Scott, Matron Smith and hospital staff. No visitors for seven days. MEEKE.— On March 20. at Sister Pope's Private Hospital, Port Plrie, to Melva, wife of Jack — a son (Mark Leonard). MATHASON — On March 24, at Walwa Private Hospital, to Doreen and Bob — a daughter (Karin Lyn ette). Both well. Thanking Dr. Wall and hospital staff. MIL WAY.— On March 26, at An gaston Hospital, to Arthur and Vera —a daughter. Both well. Thanking Dr. Hoopmann and hospital staff. MOODY. — On March 26, to Jack and Mary— a daughter (Janice Mary). Thanks to Dr. Sidney Dunstone. Spe cial thanks to kindly neighbors. MORTON (nee Kirby).— On March 26, at St. John's, to Mary and Keith —a daughter (Rosemary Ann). Grateful thanks to Dr. Johnstone and hospital staff. MURN (nee Taylor).—On March 26,     at Port Pirie Maternity Hospital, to Joan and Colin — a daughter (Susan Joan). Both well. MACDONALD (nee Martley).— On March 27, at McBride's, to Freda and Colin — a daughter (Dianne Joy). Thanking Dr. Leditschke and hospital staff. MARKET.— At McBride's, to Julie and Don — a daughter. Tnanklhg Dr. Boer and hospital staff. MATERNE (nee Eckert).— On March 21, at Q.V.M.H., to Lur) and Ted— a son (Jeffrey Wayne). Thanking all in attendance. MICKAN (nee Elies).—At the     Memorial, to Clara and Erich—a     daughter. Both well. NIELSEN. — On March 26, at Emer gency Hospital, to Mary and Clem — a son. NELLIGAN (nee James). — On March 25, at Calvary Hospital, to Ruth and Robert— twia sons (Guy Laurence and Clive Emmett. NOBLE (nee Baker).— On March 20. at Riverton Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, to Roma and Ivan — a son. Premature. Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Mallen, matron and nurses. NUTT. — On March 5, at Orroroo Hospital, to Doreen and Jack, of Johnburgh — a son (Neil Roger). Thanking Dr. Jansen, matron and hospital staff. NORTHCOTT (nee Harvey).— On March 20, at South'' Glen Hospital, Glenelg, to Len and Verna — a daugh ter (stillborn). Thanking all in at tendance. OTTO de GRANCY.— On March 19. at Beaufort Hospital, Midland Junc- tion, W.A., to Gwen and Raoul, of 'Cooayanna,' Mahogany Creek, W.A. —a son (Rodney Paul). Botn well. PAUL (nee Roberts). — On March 23, at MonTeith Private Hospital, Toorak Gardens, to Joan and Bill — a son (George Robert). Thanking all in attendance. PAPPS.— On March 23, at Berklea, to Muriel and Arch — a daughter (Jillian Eunice). Sincerely thanking Dr. West and staff. POW (nee Bramwell). — On March 20, to Myra, wife of R. H. Pow, Mount Albert, Auckland — a daughter. PRYOR.— At Wolverton, on March 24, to Joan and King — a daughter. PLACE (nee Butler). — On March 29, at Peterborough Hospital, to Muriel and Mick, of Erudina Station, Yunta —a son (James Walter). Both well PLUMMER.— On March 30, at Nara coorte Hospital, to Mavis and Harris —a son (Malcolm Harris). Both well. POLKINGHORNE (nee McLeod).— On March 28. at Tailem Bend, to May and Bert — a daughter (Heather Jean). Thanking all in attendance. QUENAULT.— On March 29, at Emerr gency Maternity Hospital, to Lurlin-e and Bill— a daughter (Anne Muriel). Both well. RUSSELL (nee Bartlett). — On March 26, to Dorothy and Rex, of 1G6 Unley rd., Unley — a daughter (stillborn). REINKE.— On March 18, at Sol- diers' Memorial Hospital, Balaklava, to Dulcie, wife of Clyde Reinke, Hoyleton — a son. RICHARDSON (nee Hall).— On March 27, at Calvary Hospital, to Jean and Bert — a son. Thanking Dr. Eva Texler and hospital staff. RICKARD.— On March 25. at Hind marsh Maternity Hospital, to Doro thy and Jim — a daughter (Lynette Margaret). Both well. Thanking Dr. Byrne and hospital staff. READ (nee Rogers). — On March 28, at Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to Fay and Ray — a son (Phillip Ray mond). Thanking Dr. Lyons and hos pital staff. REED (nee Bruce). — On March 26, at south Glen Private Hospital, to Mary and Darrell — a son (Bruce Darrell). Thanking Dr. Bowering and all in attendance. RIVERS.—On March 24, at South     Glen, to Theresa and Colin — a son. RONAN (nee Burston).— On March 23, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Lorna and Laurie — a daughter (Colleen Mary). Special thanks to Dr. Rice and hospital staff. RYAN -nee Commane). — On March 23, at Kapunda Hospital, to Ron and Jim, of Fords — a daughter (Josephine Mary). SMART.— On March 22, at S.C.D.H., Victor Harbor, to Mavis, wife of Albert Smart — a son. Both well. SMITH (nee Williams).— On March 26, at Hindmarsh Memorial Hospital, to Lois and Reg — a son (David John) Thanking all in attendance. SANDERS (nee Othen).—On March 29, at Memorial Hospital, to Yvonne, wife of John Stuart Sanders — a daughter. SELLEN (nee Miller). — On March 28, at Memorial Hospital, to Dot and Bill — a daughter (premature). Lived 2 hours. Grateful thanks Drs. Gre gerson, Beard and Lampe, sisters and nurses in attendance. SMITH (nee Etherton). — On March 24, at Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to Kathleen and Jack — a daughter (Dianne Eugenie). Both well. Spe cial thanks to Dr. Cherry, snr. matron and staff. STEWART (nee Brett).— On March 28, at Memorial Hospital, to Betty and John — a son (Maxwell John). SANDERS (nee Woodward). — On March 24, at Memorial Hospital, to [an and Helen — a son (John Mark lam). Both well. Thanking Dr. Wurm and staff. SAUER. — To Bernice and Norm, on Friday, 26th — a daughter. Queen's Home. SAVAGE.— On March 24, at Mar garet Coles Hospital, Melbourne, to Oriel, wife of Group-Capt. G. W. Savage — a son. Both well. SELBY (nee Munday). — On March 23, at Hindmarsh, to Hazel and Bob — a son (Brian Robert). Both well. No visitors for seven days. SIMPSON (nee Roberts). — On March 21, at Riverton Hospital, to Ron and Melva, of Saddleworth — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Mallen and staff. SMITH (nee Jolly). — On March 22, ta Q.V.M.H., to Myrtle and Jack — a son. Thanking all in attendance. SUTTON (nee Hall) . — On March 15, at Alice Springs Hospital, to Lilian and Bert — a daughter (Susan Judith). A sister for Jeff and Terry. Thanking Sisters Trainer and Hord acre. TOZER. — On March 24, at Chelsea Hospital (Vic), to Rhonda and Doug. — A son (Donald Malcolm). TEMPLETON (nee Sanders). — On March 23, at Memorial Hospital, to Jacqueline and Raymond — a son (James Stuart). Both well. THORNTHWAITE. — On March 24, at Memorial Hospital, to Ralph ana Joan — a son. TWIGDEN (nee Pomery). — On March 23, at South Glen, to Joyce and Emery— a daughter (Kaylene Cavell). Thanking Dr. Hendrickson and hospital staff.   TREM6ATH (nee Graves). — On March 28, at Memorial Hospital, to Isla, wife of Colin — a daughter. Both well. WHINNEN.— On March 27, at Hut chinson Hospital, Gawler, to Doreen and Bill — a daughter.

BIRTHS WHITELAW (nee Hughes).— On March 22, at Malvern Private Hospi tal, to May and Hugh — a son (Michael David). Only lent. WILLIAMS (nee Nicolle).—On   March 24, at New Norfolk, Tasmania, to Dulcie and Bert—a daughter.     WELLINGTON'.— On March 25, at Monreith, to Carmel and Jim— a son. Both well. Thanking Dr. Terrlll, Sister Rose and staff. WYLES (nee Durack). — On March 25, to Ambrosine and Desmond — a son. Both well. WHITING.— On March 22, at Quambi Hospital, to Doris and How ard — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Isen stein, Matron Vaughan and staff. WILLISS (nee Nasb). — On March 23, at Memorial Hospital, to Jean and Morry — a son (Terrence Angas). Both well. Thanking Dr. Woods and hospital staff. WITHALL (nee Jarmyn). — On March 22 ,at Q.V.M.H., to Daphne and Ray — a son 1 Maxwell Gordon). Both well. Thanking all in attendance. WRIGHT (nee Iredale). — on Marcn 21, at Q.V.M.H.— a daughter to Gor don end Eva. Thanks to Drs. Joynt, Aitken and nursing staff. WARD (nee Swaffer). — On March 15, at the Tumby Bay Hospital, to Audrey and Norm — a daughter (Mari lyn). Thanking Matron Punke and Sister Excell. WESTLEY (nee Candy). — On March 23, at Memorial Hospital, to Pat and Jim— a daughter (Pamela Anne). Thanking Dr. Prest and hospital staff. WHITTLE. — On March' 26, at Memorial Hospital, to Enid, wife of Don G. Whittle— a daughter. Both well. WILLIAMS (nee Thomas) . — On Fri day, March 26, at Memorial Hospital, to Jean and Phil — a daughter (Juditb Jean). Both well. ? WITFOBD.— On March 26, to Jean and Jack, of 53 William St., Croydon Park — a son (Bruce). WARD (nee Harden). — On March 28, at South Glen, to Betty, wife of C. George Ward — a son. WERE. — On March 29, at St. John's, to Doreen and Wilfred — a daughter (Raelene Dawn). Thanking Dr. G. R. West and hospital staff. WEST (nee Quinlan). — On March 26, at Northern Hospital — a son. Thanking Dr. Sangster and staff. WODSON (nee Simons).— On March 30, at Calvary Hospital, to John and Doris — a son (David John). Botb well. Thanking Dr. McPhie and hos pital staff. No visitors for five days. WRIGHT. — On March 28. at Mount Barker, to David and Roma, of Macclesfl?ld — A daughter (lived 19 hours). WEGENER.— On March 20, at Mt. Pleasant Hospital, to Nita and Reg — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Cowl ing, Matron Lahne and hospital staff. MARRIAGES ALEXANDER— HOWE.— The marri age of Sheila, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howe, of Frank Lin, to Ronald, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Alexander, of Mosman, Park, W.A., was solemnised in St. Mar garet's Church, Woodville, on Monday, March 22. ELLIS — CARLYLE.— Owing to the sudden serious illness of the bride, the marriage of Margaret Janet, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Car lyle, George street, Clarence Pk., to Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ellis, Woodville was quietly celebrated at her parents' home on August 21, 1947. The Rev. Currie officiated. FORBES— TAIT — On March 25, at Scots Church, North terrace, the mar riage was solemnised of Rae, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tait, of Semaphore, to Frederick L., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Forbes, of Orroroo. FRY — BENN ? The marriage of Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Benn, Melbourne, to Walter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fry, Yatala, was solemnised at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church on Satur day, March 20. MOLONEY— NOTTAGE.— The mar riage of Kathleen, daughter late Mr. Mrs. G. M. Nottage, late Semaphore, to Denis, son late Mr.-Mrs. T. J. Moloney, late Junee, N.S.W., was so lemnised St. Saviour's Church, Hind marsh, Saturday, January 31. WILLIAMS — COAD.— The marriage of Muriel Gladys Coad and Larnold Ross Williams, was solemnised in the McLaren Vale Methodist Church, by Rev. A. C. L. Sanders, on March 27 APPROACHING MARRIAGES FIEGERT— RATHJEN.— The mar riage of Joyce, daughter of Mrs. J. V. Fiegert, to Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rathjen, both of Mannum, will be solemnised at St. Martin's Church, Mannum, on Saturday, April 3, at 7 p.m. ROSENZWEIG — WALDHUTER. — The marriage ot Joyce D., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rosenzweig, Lyndoch, to Max H. (ex A.I.F.), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. G. Waldhuter, of Hansborough, will be solemnised at St. Jacob1! Lutheran Church. Lyndoch, on April 3, at 4 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS APPLETON— MILLS— The engage ment is announced of Dulcie, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Appleton, of Mt. Barker, to Ronald, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mills, Bondleigh, Callington. ATTICK— PAECH.— The engage ment is announced of Ruth, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Attick, of Port Lincoln, to Dudley, eldest 6on of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Paech, of Mal vern. BERMINGHAM — SHANKLAND. — The engagement is announced of Marjorie E., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bermingham, of Tailem Bend, to Robert B., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shankland, of Jervois. BLACK — PEARSON.— The engage ment is announced of Tola Jean, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Black, Minnipa, to Wilson J., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pearson, Wirrulla. BECK— PHILLIPS — The engage ment is announced of Shirley Mar garet, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beck, of Glossop, to Gor don James, eldest son of Mr. -and Mrs. S. O. Phillips, of Renmark. BENNETT— LOVELL.— The engage- ment is announced of Laurel, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bennett, of "Bethaven," Port Elliot, and Ern- est Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lovell. also of Port Elliot.   BISHOP — WEGENER. — The en gagement is announced of Winifred, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bishop, of Fifth Creek, Montacute, to Walter, youngest son of Mrs. M. H. Wegener, of Magill. BOXER — DAVIDSON.— The engage ment is announced of Margaret Fay, only daughter Mr.-Mrs. W. R. Boxer, Wisanger Park, Kangaroo Island, to Donald, younger son Mrs. and late Mr. T. D. Davidson, Smith's Bay, Kangaroo Island. CALDOW— HOLE.— Mr. and Mrs D. Caldow, of Edenhope, have much plea sure in announcing the engagement of their eldest daughter, Cora May, to James Edward, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hole, of Kybybolite. CHURCHER— MILLARD.— The en gagement is announced of Laurel Jean, only child of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Churcher, Fernleigh st., Underdale, ,o Kenneth H., third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Millard. Mayfair St., May 8 CORNISH — EICHNER. — The en gagement is announced of Sylvia, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cornish, of Stansbury, to Des mond, youngest son of Mrs. N. M. Eichner and the late Mr. A. W. C. Eichner, of Yorketown. CONIGRAVE — HANCOCK. — The engagement is announced of Joyce Reeve, second daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. S R. Conigrave, of West bourne Park, to Gordon, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Hancock, of Galga, S.A.

ENGAGEMENTS COOPER— PREISS. — The engage ment is announced of Margaret M., orily daughter of Mrs. Geo. Young, Mt. Compass, and the late Mr. Jim Cooper, to Charles S. (Vic), only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. PreLss, Burra. COCK— PYMAN ? The engagement is announced of Christina Blanche, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. j. Cock, Naracoorte, to Brian Dean Py man, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pytnan, Largs Bay. DOWLING— MUDGE.— The engage ment is announced of Catherine, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Dow iing, ot Waikerie. to Gavin, second son of Mrs. E. M. and the late R. J Mudge, of Streaky Bay. DOUGLAS— PANNAN.— The engage ment is announced of Valerie, eldest daughter of Mrs. D. Douglas and the late Mr. W. M. Douglas, of. Adelaide, bo Clem, only child of Mr. and Mrs A. B. Pannan, of Gawler. DOWLING— BOOTH.— The engage ment is announced of Nancy, third daughter of Captain and Mrs. A. B. C Dowling, South Payneham, to Ronald youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Booth, of York. EDEN— BOWDEN.— The engage ment is announced of Rhonda J., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Eden, U H. Roswell, elder son of Mr. and Mrs L. H. Bowden; both of Moonta. EAST— COULTER.— The engage ment is announced of Joyce Chris tina, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. R. East, to Maxwell Leonard, eldest son of Mr; and Mrs. L. J. Coulter, both of Lenswood. FRY — TROWSE ? The engagement is announced of Norma Dawn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Fry, of Helen street, Pennington, to Brian Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Trowse, of 'Russell st., Alberton. FRANCE — GEORGE.— The engage ment is announced of Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. France, of whyalla, to Cordon, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. George'. GOODE — THOMPSON.— Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Goode, of Willunga, wish to announce the engagement of theii younger daughter Rita Joan, to Ernest John, only son of Mr. atid Mrs. A. H. Thompson, of Mypolonga. GOODE — PAGE. — Nancy, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Goode, Goolwa, S.A., to Arthur William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Page, Prahran, Victoria. GRAVES — ROSS. — The engagement is announced of Estelle, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Graves, of Ken sington Pk., to Keith, third son of Mr and Mrs. A. V. Ross, of Wallaroo. GRANGER— PETERS ? The engage ment is announced of Mavis Joyce second- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A Granger, of Blyth st., East Brunswick. Victoria, to Ivan Geoffry (Pat) youngest son of Mrs. and the late Herb Peters, of Tantanoola. S.A. GERSCnWITZ— MENADUE. — The engagement is .announced of Mona, only daughter of Mis. O. L. Gersch witz, of Prospect, and the late Mr. C. B. Gerschwitz, to Lloyd, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Menadue, of Sefton Park. GROWDEN— BURY.— The engage ment is announced of Laurel Joan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Growden, of Jamestown, to Coilin John, elder son -of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Bury,. Wilmington (ex-R.A.A.F., returned). HARRIS — HUCKEL. — The engage ment is announced of Faye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harris, Ed'il lilie, to George, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Huckel, Edwardstown. HEPWORTH — GREGORY ? The en gagement is announced of Fay, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hepworth, of Renmark, to John L., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gregory, also of Renmark. HARRIS — WTATT. — The engage ment is announced of Una May, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Har ris, Bed' Hill, S.A., to Ernest, youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. M. Wyatt, Bumbunga, S.A. HAYDINGER — ATTRILL. — The engagement is announced of Mau- reen Jean, youngest daughter of Mr. C. and the late Mrs. Haydinger, of Semaphore, to Russell Bruce, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Attrill, Port Elliot. HILL — SMALL. — The engagement is announced of Lois, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hill, -of Park side, to Colin, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Small, of Broadview. HINTON— McBAIN. — The engage ment Is announced of Alma Elizabeth (Betty), daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. George Hinton, of Moorak, Mount Gambler, to Murray, eldest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. A. McBain. of Stewarts Range, via Naracoorte. HOLLIS— STROUD.— The engage ment is announced of Ada Josephine, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Hollis, Wauchope, New South Wales, to Basil James, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stroud, Port Pirie. ILES — STAIFF.— The engagement is announced of Margaret, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C R. lies, to Elliott, younger son of Mr. and Mrs V. D. Stain', both of Murray Bridge. JARVIS— SORENSEN.— The engage ment is announced of Shirley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jarvis, of Port Pirie, to Gordon, second son ot MT. and Mrs. E. M. Sorensen. of Port Pirie. JORDAN — STOCKER. — The en gagement is announced of Fay, second laughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'W. L. Jor dan, Edithburgh, to Derail James third son of Mr. and the late Mrs. W Stocker, Stansbury. KOCH — SCHWARTZ.— The engage ment is announced of Melveen L. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H Koeh, of Wllliamstown, to Reginald K... eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A Schwartz, of Reynella. KREUSLER— HITCH. — The engage ment is announced of May, eldest laughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. C Kreusler, to Jack, only son of Mx. and Mrs. H. D. Hitch; both of Waikerie. KARSTEN — HILICH. — The engage ment is announced of Shirley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Karsten rsmitt), to Ivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mllich. both of Loxton. KEECH— MORGAN.— The engage ment is announced of Cynthia, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Keech, to Glyn (Joe), youngest son 3f Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Morgan, both of Willaston. KRUEGER— ANDERSON.— The en gagement is announced of Melba Viola, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. 5. Krueger, of Sedan, to Frank Al bert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. :-. Anderson, of Sfconefield. Krieg — STONEHAM. — The . en gagement is announced of Thora, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Krieg, of Willaston. to Walter, younger son of Mr. and. Mrs. G. T. Stoneham, of Renmark. KRIEGER — PFITZNER.— The en gagement is announced of Doris J., ;lder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. El. T. Krieger. to S. Kurt, eldest son -f Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fntzner, both )f Robertstown. LINKE — ELZE — The engagement is innounced of Shirley, eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Llnke, of rruro, to Pat, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Elze, of Bower. LOHMEYEK— WHITTENBUUY — The engagement is announced of Ruth, iaughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. L. LiOhmeyer, to Keith, second son of Vti. and Mrs. A. H. Whitteribury, -oth of Largs. LIVELY —LEY. —The engagement   has been announced of Lorna, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lively, of Olary, to Ivan, younger son of Mrs. P. M. Ley and the late Mr. J. A. Ley, of Peterborough. LLOYD —TRETHEWEY. —The en   gagement is announced of Fernande, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lloyd, Blyth, to Vernon, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Trethewey, Penneshaw. McDONALD — HOBBS. — The en gagement is announced of Elizabeth A. (Betty), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. McDonald, of Semaphore, to David D., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hobbs, Gladstone. MORGAN —SIMS. —The engagement     is announced of Kathleen May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Mor gan, Flinders Park, to Ronald Alfred, second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Sims, Mount Gambier.

ENGAGEMENTS MAGUIRE— SPACKMAN.— The en gagement is announced of Laurel, eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. J. Magulre, of Enfleld Heights, to Colin E, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Spackman, of The Oaks Sta tion, via Hallett. McKAY — NIXON. — The engage ment is announced of Lydla Margaret, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKay, of Yundl, to Murray Reginald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Nixon, . of Maylands. MARLES— CLARK.— The engage ment is announced of Rita, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maries, of Meningie, to Maxwell, -second son of Mr. G. D. Clark, of Keith. McKEOUGH— TOWNSEND. — The engagement is announced of Elizabeth C. (Betty), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S, McKeough, to Jack, second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Townsend, both of Terowie. MACLAINE — GREEN. — The en gagement is announced of Estelle Deirdre, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Maclaine, of Laun ceston, Tasmania, to Robert Leslie, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. 3reen, of Loveday, S.A. MONSON— ROWE. — The engage ment is announced of Patricia, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Monson, of Whyalla, to Kelvin Alex ander, third son of Mr. and Mrs. N, H. Rowe. of Red Hill. NOBLER — CRAIG. — The engagement jS announced ot Gloria Fay, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Noble, Moonta Mines, to Dennis Maxwell, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Craig, Richmond.' O'LOUGHLIN—WILLIAMS.—The       engagement is announced of Winifred S., youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. S. O'Loughlin, of Crystal Brook, to T. Keith, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Williams, of Sunny- side, Lochaber, via Naracoorte. PHILLIPS—OSWALD.—The en-         gagement is announced of Betty, eldest daughter of Mts. and the late Mr. D. Phillips, of Glenelg, to Ian, fourth eon of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. D. Oswald, of Wudnna. PLOWES-^JSMOND.— The engage ment is announced of Valmal Joy, only daughter of Rev. R. and Mrs. Plowes, Meth. Manse, Mallala, to Cpl. Alwyn Styles (R.A.A.F., Mallala), youngest son of Rev. G. A. and Mrs. Osmond, Meth. Parsonage, Wanga ratta, Vic. PONTT — RAINES. —The engage ment is announced of Irene Lorna, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pontt, of Pyap, to Colin, second son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P Raines, of Pyap. PARHAM— PARDE5T.— The engage ment is announced of Pamela, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. B. Parham, of Glenelg, to Ross, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Pardey, of Cumberland. PARKER— HISCOCK.— The engage ment is announced of Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Parker, of Kingston, to John, second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Hiscock, __ ° PARKEBt'— SCHMELZKOPF.— The engagement is announced of Coral, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Parker, Payneham. to Frank, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Schmelz kopf, of Flinders Park. PILLAR—MICKAN.—The engage-       ment is announced of Clariss A., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pillar, of Hamley Bridge, to Colin J., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mickan, of Kapunda. RENNIE — FISCHER.— The engage ment is announced of Edna Helen (Hobart), second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rennie, of Corregen, W.A., to Hugo (Hobart), fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Fischer, of Gawler, S.A. KIVETT— EDE. — The engagement is announced of Valda, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rivett, Underdale, to Jack, only son . of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ede, Black Forest. RUGE — COURTNEY. — The engage ment is announced of Gretchen, only child of Mr.-Mrs. H. Ben Rttge, to Ken, youngest son of Mr. -Mrs. A. M. Courtney, both of Murray Bridge. . ROWNET— VIRGIN.— The engage ment is announced of Dorothy, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Row ney, to John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Virgin, both of Bordertown. READ — PFEWFER. — The engage ment is announced of Betty, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Read, of Verdun, to Noel, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pfeiffer, of Woodside. REDFEBN— RUDDOCK.— The en gagement is announced of Dorothea S., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Redfern, 83 Clarendon street, Thornbury, Vic, to Lance (Mick), son of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Ruddock, Saddleworth. REDMAN— LANDS ? The engage ment is announced of Marjorie Ruth, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Redman, 'Sunnyside,' Coonawarra, to Frederick George, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lands, of Ken sington Park. SAINT— POMERY. — The engage ment is announced of Brenda, second daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Saint, Balaklava, to Aubrey, fourth son Mr., Mrs. J. R. Pomery, Naracoorte. SCOTT — EATTS ? The engagement is announced of Nellie, third daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Scott, to Gerard, eldest son of Mrs. J. R. Eatts and the late Mr. O. C. Eatts, both of Kimba. SXMPSON — COOK. — The engage ment is announced of Betty, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. C. Simpson, of Mt. Bryan, to Ross, only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. G. Cook, of North Booborowie. SASS — PLUMMER. — The engage merit is announced of Ivy E.. young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sass, of Lobethal, to Stanley H., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Plummer, of Lenswood. SPENCER—DONALDSON.— The en gagement is announced of Marjorie A., only daughter of Mr. and Mre. G. H. Spencer, Young av., New Hind marsh, to Ronald V.. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Donaldson. Harris street. Marden West. STAINER— DAWSON.— The engage ment is announced of Patricia Stainer, of Berri, S.A., to James Daw son, of Balgownie. N.S.W. TAYLOR— SOHOTZE.— The engage ment is announced of Veronica, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor. Kent Town, to Colin, youngast son Mr. and Mrs. E. Schutze, Adeladle. TILLER — JACKSON.— The engage ment is announced of Catherine A., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tiller, Clare, to P. Lewis, eldest son of Mr. and Mts. P. G. Jackson, of Murray Bridge. WARNER — NEEDS. — The engage ment is announced of Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold War ner, of Toorak Gardens, to Robert B., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Needs, of Lameroo. WOOD— WESTLAKE.— The engage ment is announced of Merle, the second daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Daniel Wood, of Kingstononthe Murray, to Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs'. L. Westlake, of Walkerie. WAECHTER— ATKINS. — The en gagement Is announced of Evelyn . Waechter, eldest daughter of Mrs. A. Deane. of Mannum, and the late Mr. A. H. Waechter, to Reginald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Atkins, of Enfleld. WHITE— FITZGERALD.— The en gagement is announced of Ruth Lilian, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. White, Howe street. Port Pirie. to Kevin James, second son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Fitzgerald, Branford street, Solomontown. (Continued on next page.)

ENGAGEMENTS, DEATHS AND IN MEMORIAM Continued from Previous Page. ENGAGEMENTS WORDEN— BROOKSBF.— The en gagement is announced of Marjo'le Alma, eldest daughter of Mrs. A. Waters, Laura, and the late Mr. C Worden, Quorn, to Ian, eldest son oi Mr. V. Brooksby, Horsham. ZEBNA — BAUM. — The engagement Is announced of Audrey, only daugh ter ol Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Zerna, of Tanunda, to Ronald, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Baum, of Anga'ston. DEATHS ALLEN.— On March 29 (suddenly), at . her residence, 15 Hounslow avenue, Cowandilla, Ethel Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of Herbert William Allen and loving mother of John, Albert, Dorothy and William. In her 61st year. ALLEN. — On March 23, at Plnna roo, Annie, beloved wife of the late Robert P. Allen and loving mother of Olive (Mrs. P. Dowd), Francis, Herbert, Gilbert and Beatrice (Mrs. L. Grogan). In her 84th year. Sadly missed. ALEXANDER.— On March 25, Wil liam Alexander, late of 108 Wright st.. City, and formerly of- Forfarshar, Dundee, Scotland; husband of the late Isabella Harrow Alexander. Aged 77 years. ALLEN,— Charles Percy, on March 27, dearly loved husband of Grace Gething? BERRY.— On March 22, at Ade laide. Annie Irene (Queenle), loving daughter of Mrs. E. M. Hindmarsh, 48 Johns rd., Prospect, sister of Nor man, Archie and Barbara. BICKLE.— On March 27. at his residence, 21 River street, St. peters, Leonard B. P., beloved husband of Edith Sylvia (Dulcie) Bickle, and lov ing father of Pauline and Thelma (deceased). Agec 48 years. Rest after weariness. BADGER. — On March 23, Emma Henriette, widow of Magnus Badger, formerly of Clare. Aged 88 years. BETTtSON (nee Anne Straw bridge). — On March 22, dearly loved aunt and guardian of Mrs. Clarke (Mill), Cumberland av.. late of Ka punda. Resting. BLIGHT ? On March 26, at hospi tal, Margaret, beloved wife of the late Harry Blight, of 34 Herbert St., South Plympton. Aged 72 years. Leaving 5 sons and 2 daughters. BOTTRELL. — On March 23, at hos pital, William Joseph, dearly beloved brother of Bert, and loving bro ther-in-law Sid, and nephew Barry Aged 44 years. At rest. BREWSTER.— On March 21, at his son's residence, Eighth street, Quorn, Thomas Edward. Aged 88 years. For ever with the Lord. BROUGHAM.— On March 25, at her daughter's home, 7 Dartmouth st., Croydon, Mary, beloved wife of the late Phillip Joseph Brougham, and devoted mother of Hilda (dec), Eve lyn, Clarice, Kathleen (dec), Clif ford, Arthur, Milton, Victor, Ina, May, Marjorie and Harold. In god's care. BROOKS. — On March 24, at hos pital, Philip Brooks, late of Glen elg. Aged 75 years. BARTON. — On March 30, at Clare District Hospital, Joseph Albert, late of Hill River, Clare. Aged 88 years. BENNETTS. — On March 30 (sud denly), James, dearly beloved husband of Emma Bennetts (deceased), late of 4 Kent st., Clifton Hill, Melbourne. BOLTON, Leonard Burlington, M.L.C., Perth, died Melbourne, March 23. To be interred Perth, March 31. BROWN. — On March 30 (suddenly), at Jamestown, Piers, dearly beloved husband of Janet, and loving father of Vic and Lorna, and grandfather of little Kevin. Aged 59 years. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. CHRISTOPHERS (formerly Home). — On March 28, at her late residence. No. 27 Whyte street, Peterhead, Marlon Armour, dearly beloved wife of Henry Thomas Christophers, lov ing mother of Marion (Mrs. Rosevear) and grandmother of Marlon and Gor don. Aged 83 years. CRATSIS. — On March 30, at a pri vate hospital, stavros, dearly be loved husband of Despina Cratsis, of 23 Parker street, Mile Enc\ Aged 54 years. COSTELLO.— On March 15, at Mount Lawley, W.A., Hannah, widow of John Costello, and dear mother of Jack, Jim and Kitty, late of Kal goorlie. R.I.P. CARJLYLE. — on March 24, at her residence, 48 Alfred rd., west Croy don, Janet Bailey, widow of John Carlyle, late of McLaren Vale and Wynarka. Aged 8G years. CHITTLEBOROUGH ? On March 28, at her residence, 8 Blackett St., Goodwood Park, Emily, dearly be loved wife of the late John M. Chittle borough, and loving mother of Hurtle, Horace, Ruby, Hilda, Alvis Doris, Christina and the late Clive. In her 85th year. COAT. — On March 26. at Adelaide, Gladys Vida, dearly beloved wife of Harvey Coat, of 46 Beatrice street. Prospect, and loving mother of Ron and Max. Aged 49 yeare. CROXTON.— On March 27, at her residence, Moonta, Mary Alvina. Aged 50 years. Peacefully sleeping CHITTLEBOROUGH.— On March 28, at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. E. Horsell, 8 Blackett street, Goodwood Park), Emily, the dearly beloved wife of the late John M. Chittleborough, late of Angas road, Cottonville, and loving mother of Hurtle, Horace, Ruby, Hilda, Alvis, Doris, Christina and the late Clive In her 85th year. DAVIDSON.-— On March 27. sud denly, at a private hospital, Glenelg, Florence May, dearly beloved wife of William S. Davidson, of 16 Waterloo street, Glenelg. DODDS ? On March 27, result of accident, John Crawford Dodds,' be loved youngest son of John and Jean Dodde, of 31 Lindsay av., Edwards town, and loving brother of James and Archie. Aged 21 years. DOWLEfi. — On March 26, at Ade laide, Edwin, beloved husband of Emeline Dowler, of Glen Osmond, lov ing father of Herbert and Gladys and father-in-law of Alf and Mary. Leav ing six grandchildren. Peacefully sleeping. DARK. — On March 27, Valentine Harrison, dearly beloved husband of Amy, 8 Brigalow avenue, Kensington Gardens, and loving father of Louise (Mrs. V. A. Fraser). Aged 67 years. Late 3rd Light Horse. 1st A.I.F. DAVIDSON.— On March .22, at Me morial Hospital, Grace, daughter of the late Robert and Mary Middleton, of the China Inland Mission, and loved sister of Willis and Melville. DUNN.— On March 23 (suddenly), at Hope Valley, Bob, the beloved brother of Beanie, and brotherin law of Perc. and uncle of Bow. Aged 51 years. DAVIES. — On March 25, Thomas, beloved husband of the late Sarah Davies, late of Wallaroo, and loved father of Tom, Stan and Ethel (Mrs. H. Kerslake), of Largs. Aged 89 years. At rest. DOWLER. — On March 26, Edwin, dearly loved husband of Emeline, lov ing father of Herbert and Gladys, father-in-law of Alf and Mary, leav ing six grandchildren. Loved by all. EDE. — On March 23, at her resi dence, 44 Government rd., Croydon, the death occurred of Caroline Ann, widow of John Joseph Ede (late of Port Adelaide), leaving one son and six daughters to m'ourn their sad loss. Aged- 94 years. Resting. ENGLISH. — On March 29 (sud denly), at her residence, 17 Claxton st., Adelaide, Alice, loved wife of the late James English. Aged 78 years. Requiescat in pace. EAST.— At Victoria, John Whyte, husband of the late Agnes Marion East, leaving four sons, two daugh ters.

DEATHS FISHER.— On March 24, at River ton Hospital, Stephen Thomas Fisher, beloved husband of the late Gladys Fisher, of Balaklava. Aged 76 years. GRAY ? On March 23, at private hospital. Prospect, Agnes Gray,, late of No. 24 Rosetta street, Collinswood, loving mother of Florrie, Laura (Mrs. Sharman), and grandmother of Maureen, Colleen and Jeanette. In God's care. GRIFFIN — On March 20, at Clare and District Hospital, Jane Veronica, loved sister of Mary Bond, of George town, and loved sister of Annie, Nell, Vera and Kate, and Patrick, James and William. R.I.P. GRAY. — On March 25, Richard. late of 57 John St., New Hindmarsh. brother of the late Charles Gray. Aged 82 years. At rest. HALL. Robert perclval.— On March 25, at Kingscota District Hospital, beloved husband of Ruby, and loving father of Edmond and Ann. Aged 35 years. HALL, Edmond. — At his residence, Kingscote, on March 25, beloved hus band of Sarah and loving father of Violet, Ethel, Charlie, Arthur, Eva, Ted, Will. Herbert, Fred Doreen. Bob ideceased). Kenneth (deceased), Alf (deceased). Stanley (deceasedl Aijed 71 years. HANN. — On March 26 (suddenly ), at his residence, 70 South terrace, Adelaide, George Victor, the dearly beloved husband of Ethel Agnes Hann, and loving father of Victor and the late Percy. Aged 66 years. So dearly loved, 60 sadly missed. HOPKINS.^-On March 26, at Mills wood, Clara Hopkins (nee Bails), dearly loved sister of John (Wood ville). Harriet (Unley), Hettle {Mrs. J. Ladyman, Katanntog), Alice (Mrs. S V. Brown. tTnley) and Ernest (St. Peters). HUNTER.— On March 27, at Port Pirie Hospital, Stanley Hunter, for merly of 88 Bennett road, Pirie West. Aged 58 years. HADDY.— On March 24. at the re sidence of her daughter, Mrs. T. Gid dings, Tailem Bend. Johanna Pauline Bertha, the dearly beloved wife of Joe Haddy, of 24 Henley street. New Mile End, and the beloved mother of George, Nell, Jack, May and Allen In her 77th year. HATLES.— On March 18, at Re patriation Hospital, Springtoank, Horace Stanley Albert, beloved second son of the late William and Bridget Hayles, of North Adelaide. R.I.P. HOGAN. — On March 23, at Ade laide, the death occurred suddenly of Jack Hogan, of 41 Brown st., West Croydon, dearly beloved husband of Shirley (nee Millas), and loved adopted son of Mrs. A. Hinderwell. Aged 26 years. HAMPEL — On March 29 (sud denly), at 50 Victoria street, Pros pect, Mary Ann, beloved wife of Percy Brennon Hampel and loving mother of Mona and Andrew. Aged G8 years Requiescat in pace. HOPKINS. — On March 26, at her residence, 1A Ashleigh grove, Mills wood, Clara, the dearly beloved wife of the late Alfred Stanley Hopkins, and loving mother of Edna and the late Jack. Aged 80 years. HUDSON. — On March 27, at Ade laide, Donald Hudson, of 4 Barnes av., Richmond. Aged 64 years. HAZEL. — On March 29, at her son in-law's residence (Mr. G. Beneke), Ross's Creek, Kapunda, Edith May, loved wife of the late Benjamin Hazel end loving mother of Caroline, Olive, Irene, Benjamin, Wharton, Edna and Harold. Aged 74 years. HEADING. — On March 26 (result of accident), Peter, the dearly beloved grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Heading, of Campbelltown. , HARRIS. — On March 25, at hospi tal, Richard John, the dearly beloved husband of the late Hilda Harris, of Tapley's Hill road, Fulham; loving brother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wood; and uncle of Syd, Joan and Edna. Aged 63 years. Peacefully sleeping. HEADING. — On March 26 (result of accident), Peter Maxwell, dearly loved only son of Max and Violet Heading, of Chapel St.. Campbelltown. Aged five years. HEATH. — On March 25, at Chil dren's Hospital, Beryl Doreen, dearly beloved daughter of Harold and Doreen Heath, of Lipson, Eyre Penin sula. Aged 5 years and 2 months. In God's care. ILLMAN. — On March 26, at his residence, 72 Maud street, Unley, Walter Illman, the loving father of Gordon. Aged 69 years. JURY. — On March 26, at private hospital, May Jury, of St. Bernards road, Magill, youngest daughter of the late J. and E. Jury. Aged 60 years. JOHNSON.— On March 28, at a pri vate hospital, Prospect, Katherine (Kate), beloved daughter of the late Edwarc and Annie Johnson, late of Edithburgh. Aged 81 years. Peace fully resting. KEELING. — On March 30, at Ren mark, Frederick Scudamore, the be loved husband of Minerva Keeling. Aged 69 years. KING.— On March 24, at 71 Burn side rd., Kensington Park, Frank Her bert King, priest. Aged 73 years. LEE. — On March 25, at the resi dence of his son-in-law, Mr. A. Hart nett, Mathew John, beloved father of May, Jack, Leo (dec), George (dec), Gladys and Myrtle. Aged 81 years. R.I.P. LEWIS. — On March 26, at hospi tal, Ernest Lewis, formerly of Berri and Renmark. Aged 78 years. LAWRENCE.— On March 24, Clif ford Stanley, much loved brother and brother-in-law of Bert and Soph, Nairne. LEACH. — On March 24 (result ol accident), Jennifer Carol, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Leach, of 58 Fletcher road, Sandwell, and loved sister of Ross. Aged 3 years. Some day we'll understand. LENNARD. — On March 8, at Port Lincoln Hospital, James William, 15th Tunnelling Coy., 1st A.I.F., dearly beloved father of Mary and George, and beloved granddad of Ray, Ken and Neil. Aged 69 years. In God's keeping. MARTIN. — On March 26, at Ade laide, Francis Rowland Penberthy (Frank), dearly loved brother of Gladys (Mrs:. C. Dorward, Port Lin coln), Stella (Mrs. G. Hicks, Kings Wood), Louie (Mrs. R. Lambert, Ful larton). Albert (Spalding), and Kitty (Mrs. H. Hancock, Port Lincoln). Sadly missed. McPHEE. — On March 28, suddenly, Donald, beloved eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. McPhee, and brother of Hec and Lachlan. Aged 42 years. Requiescat in pace. MILLVER.— On March 28, nt 64 Sturt street. Mount Gambler, Emily Rouphton, loved daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Roughton Millner, of New Zealand. Aged 79 years. MITCHELL, Mary Field. — On March 28, at Mt. Gambler, elder daughter of David and Minnie Mitchell. Aged six years. MADIGAN, Michael J.-^On March 29, at Pinnaroo S.M. Hospital, beloved husband of Susan, and loving father of Michael, Thomas, John, Kate, Mary, Burnet, Robert and Clarence. Aged 86 years. R.I.P. MIEGEL (nee Riggs). — On March 23, at Tailem Bend, Lawrence John, darling infant son of Max and May. Lived eight days. MERRIFIELD — On March 30, at Adelaide. William John, the beloved husband of the late Sarah Merri fleld, of 112 Fourth av., Joslin, and loved father of Ada, Eva (Mrs. Thul born) deceased, and Jim. Born at Truro, Cornwall, May 14, 1852. MILDWATERS. — On March 24, at Repatriation Hospital, Springbanfc, George Calaway Mlldwaters, late 10th Battalion, 1st A.I.F., beloved husband of *Rita J. Mild waters, of Wallaroo Mines, loved eldest son of the late James and Elizabeth Mild waters, of Scott's Bottom. Aged 67 years. Peacefully sleeping.

DEATHS MARTIN.— On March 26, in hos pital, Francis Roland Pemberthy (Frank) Martin, dearly loved husband of Mabel Beatrice Martin, of 45 Good wood road. Westbourne Park. Aged 54 years. MILLER.— On March 23, at bis late residence. No. 116 Carlisle street, Glanville. Perclval Alfred Wescombe, dearly beloved husband of May Mil lex, loving father of Olive, and step father of Harold, Len and Ron, Ma bel and Lionel (deceased). Aged 63 years. McLEOD.— On March 24, at a pri vate hospital, Alexander McLeod, of 8 Everett avenue, Dulwich, beloved hus band of Barbara McLeod, loved and loving father of Christina. Aged 81 years. Sadly missed. NICHOLAS.— On March 26. John Leach, dearly loved husband of Kathe rine Nicholas, Brien's rd., Northfleld, loving father of Jack, Stanley and George, loved grandfather of John, Trevor, Elaine, Paul and. Robert. Aged 77 years. At rest. NEIDECK. — On March 24, at 32 Fife st., North Walkerville. Hermann, beloved husband of the late C. W. Neideck, and loving father of Harry, Doris, Alf and Otto; also Fred, Edie. Ted and Emma (all deceased). In his 88th year. O'NEILL.— On March 28, at Ade laide, Joseph William O'Neill, loved husband of Agnes Isabel O'Neill, of Fashoda avenue, Plympton. Aged 70 years. Requiescat in pace. O'LEARY.— On March 25, at Ade laide, Mary Elizabeth CLeary, of Yankalilla, leaving three sons and four daughters. Aged 69 years. OLDS.— On March 26, at Adelaide, Theodore Richard, the dearly beloved husband of the late Elsie Olds, late of Tynte street. North Adelaide, loving father of Marjorie and the late Elsie, and fond brother of Lottie, Myrtle, Maude, Lucy, Hazel, Owen and Syl vester. Aged 54 years. PARHAM.— On March 24. at Ade laide, Peter Edward Parham, of Mon ash. Aged 37 years. Result of acci dent. PAXTON.— On March 29, at Ade laide, Kathleen Ida Paxton, of 3 Broughtqn street, Glenside, the be loved twin daughter of the late John and Sarah Paxton, late of Yudna plnna Station, and dearly loved sis ter of Mabel and Margaret. A patient sufferer at rest. PURSER. — On March 26, at a pri vate hospital, Hobart, Edward James, the dearly beloved husband of the late Beatrice Maud Purser, of No. 1 Elbo den street Hobart, and loved father of Elsie (Mr. Hicks, Adelaide), Les (Hobart), Vic (Melbourne), and Irene (Mrs. Rogers, Wellington, New Zea land). Aged 75 years. PRIDEAUX. — On March 25, at his residence, 333 Churchill rdad, Kil burn, Oliver L., the dearly beloved husband of Sarah Prideaux, late of Yorketown, and loving father of Edna, Allan, Avis, Mildred, Wilfred, Stan ley and Lindsay. Aged 69 years. PARSONS (nee Hunt).— On March 24, at the residence of her grand daughter, Richmond, Emma May, be loved mother of Ivy (Mrs. A. Wool lard), and devoted. grandma of Leila (Mrs. C. Gray), Shirley (Mrs. R. Mules), Bill and Bob. Resting. POST. — On March 24, at Wakefleld etreet Private Hospital, Otto Fried rich, of Eudunda, beloved husband of Anna, and loving father of Arthur, Hilda (deceased), Edwin (deceased). Elva (Mrs. Sander), Clemens, Leslie and Hubert. In God's care. RAYMOND. — On March 21, at his residence. Clare (suddenly), Thomas Roy, beloved husband of May, and loving father of Bill, Joyce, Jean and Jennifer. ,-, RICHARDS. — On March 25, &t her brother's residence, 161 Fisher street, Malvern, Mary Ellen, formerly of Re gent st., 'Parkside, eldest loved daugh ter of the late Rev. Wm. and Sarah Ann Richards. RICHMAN. — On March 24, at a private hospital, Edward Eric, dearly jeloved husband of Isabel Richman, of 42 Victoria av., Dulwich. Aged 57 years. Private cremation. ROWE. — On March 25, at a private hospital, Adelaide, Helen, dearly be loved wife of Harold Josiah Rowe, of 3 Linley av., Prospect, and loving mother of Peggy (Mrs. Hinze), Bert, Keith, Vera, and Claire (Mrs. Reb beck). Aged 60 years. RODGERSON. — On March 26, at his residence, 6 Hammond st., Clarence Park, William John, beloved husband of the late Mary M. Rodgerson and loving father oft Gwen and Charlie. Aged 87 years. ROOK. — On March 27 (suddenly), at Sydney, Alma, beloved widow ol Albert (Bert) Edward Rook, late of Exeter Hotel, Adelaide. REDMAN.— On March 28, at Dune din, New Zealand, Henry George, be loved husband of Mary Boston Red man, of 4A Ningana av., King's Park, and beloved father of Jess, George and Jim. Aged 68 years. RICHARDS. — On March 25, at her brother's residence, 161 Fisher street, Malvern, Mary Ellen, formerly of Re gent street, Parkside, eldest loved daughter of the late Rev. Wm. and Sarah Ann Richards. ROSARIE.— On March 27, at Cal rary Hospital, North Adelaide, Sister Mary Rosarie, of the Little Company af Mary, Calvary Hospital, North Ade laide. Requiescat in pace. SCHWARZ.— On March 27, at Eudunda Hospital, suddenly Julius Herrmann, beloved husband of Ottillie Schwarz, and loving father of Louis, Pida, Erna, Roy and Ivy. In God'6 :are. SMITH ? On March 26, at his resl Jence, 16 Seafleld avenue, Kingswood, Charles Smith (born Stody Hall, Mel ton, Constable, Norfolk, England), ieariy beloved husband of Edith Smith, and father of Charles, Edith, Margaret, and Betty. SPACKMAN* — On March 28, at KTiyalla, Peter Paul, dearly beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Spackman, of 136 Elliott st., Whyalla. Elequiescat in pace. STAPLEY.— On March 27 (sud Jenly), at bis residence, 7 Deacon av., lichmond. Felix D. D., loved husband jf Beatrice, and loving father of Mfred and David. SALEEBA.— On March 24, at a pri vate hospital, Mary Grace (Molly), Jie dearly beloved wife of the late lohn SaleeWa, of 49 Hanson street, Adelaide, and late of Parkside; and oving mother of Dawn (Mrs. Clarrie Jildebrand). R.I.P. SALVEMINI. — On March 24, result -f accident, Leonard, dearly beloved irother and brother-in-law of Mary ind Corrado Lucivero, loving uncle if Michele, Len, Angelo, Celestina and Angelina. Rest in peace. SEMMENS.— On March 25, at her ?esidence, 18 Stanley street, Leabrook, Sit, loved wife of Hart. SEMMENS. — On March 25, at her 'esidence, Kit, loved sister of Ellen, Charles (deceased), Syd, Maud, Al ind Clem. STAKES.— On March 25, at 31ackall,- Queensland, Francis, be oved son of Mrs. P. J. Starrs, and arother of Joe, Ben and Mary. STARRS.— On March 25, at Black ill, Queensland, Francis, beloved hus jand of Lorna and father of Jose phine, Peter, Denis, Maureen and Christopher. Died suddenly. SCOTT.— On March 24, at .her resi lience, 12 Main street, Eastwood, Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of ;he late James Scott, and- loving nother of Beatrice, Florence, Henry, Walter and the late Ethel. Aged 91 rears. Resting. STSANGMAN, W. D. (Bill).— sweetest memories.— From loving lance Hazel. SUTTON. — On March 15, at the lome of her daughter Min (Mrs. rackson), ol Warromine, N.S.W., Mary Elizabeth, wife of the late Walter lohn Button, late S.A.R., Nara :oorte. and loving mother of Alf, 7ass, Doll, Violet, Les (of Adelaide), Suby (of Mt. Gambier), Lll (of Why illa), and George (of Rocket Range, Plmba). A patient sufferer at rest.

DEATHS     SWINCER.— On March 15. at Perth, Walter R., dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Swincer. and son of the late Elizabeth and Raynolt Swincer. of Minlaton. SMITH.— On March 26, at his resi- dence, 16 Seafleld avenue, Kingswood, Charles Smith (born Stody Hall, Mel ton, Constable, Norfolk, England), dearly beloved husband of Edith Smith, and father of Charles, Edith, Margaret, ' Kathleen, Betty and Cle ment (deceased). SELWYN. — On March 30, at his late residence. 219 Bast terrace, Adelaide, Harold Selwyn, loving godfather o Viola, Oiander and Celia Stuart Aged 90 years. SHARP.— At Port Pirie Hospital, on March 29, Alfred Henry, beloved hus band of Thurza Hannah Sharp, loving father of Lena (Mrs. A. Harris), Hed ley, Arthur, Reg, Jack and Lottie (Mrs. A. Edwards). Aged 76 years. TREVELION. — On March 30, (sud denly), at her residence, Felton Court, Wellington rd., Maylands, Hilda Bea trice, eldest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. G. J. Trevelion. TSCHARKE (nee Vogelsang ) .—On March 30, at Moorlands (result of accident), Dahla Amanda, dearly loved wife of Erwin Benno Tscharke. Aged 2b years. TEAGUE. — On March 28 (sud denly), Leonard C. S. (Len), beloved only son of A. and E. Teague, of David street, North Adelaide, and lov ing brother of Mrs. Jack Lee, of Firle Late 2/9th Light Regt., 2nd AIF. TIPPET. — On March 29, at her re sidence, Robert st., Moonta, Jessie, widow of John Tippet, and mother of John, Len, Mary and Margorie, and stepmother of Jean and Bertha. Aged 82 years. Resting. TEMPLETON.— On March 27, at his residence, 129A William St., East Sydney, John, beloved husband of Rebecca Templeton, loving father of Irene and Eric, father-in-law of Rosalie and grandfather of Raymond. Sadly missed. WILLMETT.— On March 25, at Adelaide Hospital, Sydney Walter (Syd). beloved husband of Ruby Wlll mett, of Goolwa, father of Alien, George and Ella, and grandfather of Clifford. Thy will be done. WHITING.— On March 27, at hos pital, Frederick, dearly beloved hus band of the late Annie Whiting, late of Teatree Gully. Aged 82 years. WHITE. — On March 29, at private hospital, Norwood, Evelyn Doris, dearly beloved wife of Harry A. F. White, of 10 Pirie st., Kent Town, and 'oving mother of John, Basil, Peter, Donald and Douglas (deceased), and second daughter of Mrs. J. A. Buttery, of 432 Canning st., Nth. Carlton, Vic toria. Aged 50 years. WORTHLEY.— On March 29, at Henley Beach, Emily (Vera), dearly loved only sister of Olive (Mrs. j. A. McMillan. Woodville Park. In God's care. WHIBLEY. — On March 30, loving daughter of Rosina and late William Clark, and loving sister of Allison, Hartley and Ken. At rest. WICKHAM. — On March 22, at Wattle Flat, Susannah Marshall, dearly loved sister of W. R. Crispin, Clare, and C. H. and E. R. Crispin, of Port Pirie. Peacefully sleeping. WHITE, Evelyn Doris. — On March 29, beloved daughter of Mrs. J. A. and the late J. A. Buttery, sister of Mrs. E. Anderson and Sid, Steve. Melbourne, Percy and Basil, Adelaide. YATES. — On March 27, Donald Jamee Yates, late A.M.F., dearly loved husband of Thelma Yates and loving father of Rhonda. Aged 30 years. YATES.— On March 28, at Angas ton, Amy, the dearly beloved wife of the late Harold Yates, and devoted mother of Geoff. Aged 66 years. IN MEMORIAM BROOKE. — In loving memory of my dear husband John, who passed away on April 5, 1947. — Always re membered by his loving wife Fan. BROOKE. — In loving memory of our dear dad and grandfather, who passed away on April 5, 1947. — Al- ways remembered by his loving daugh ter Frances, son-in-law Arthur, and grandchildren, Margaret and Kath leen. GREIG. — Sweetest memories always linger of our dear father, who passed away March 29. 1945.— Ever loved and remembered by his loving daugh ter Edith, son-in-law Jim. MICKAN.—In memory of our dear     parents, who passed away 12 months ago March 27 and April 17, 1947, re- spectively.—Inserted by their sons,     Jack, Gus, Ern, and daughters-in- law. MACZKOWIACK. — In loving me mory of my beloved husband, who passed away at Moorlands, on April 1, 1945. My heart holds a beautiful picture. — Always remembered by his loving wife and family. MACZKOWIACK.— In loving me mory of dad, who passed away at Moorlands, on April 1, 1945. — Ever remembered by his daughter Elva, son-in-law Eric, and little Ronald.

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