Fr. William Judd Fr. William Waldo Judd, parish priest of Barton-on-Number for the last six years, died on November 22, aged 66. A convert, he was ordained in 1927 and sersed in various parishes in the Nottingham diocese, laterly at Extort, Hasson and Bakewell.
Dr. E. L. Sturdee Dr. Edward 1.31Wnince Sturdee. late Principal Medical Officer of Health, died last week (1 hursday). aged 76. He was for sonic time Medical Officer of Health for Exmouth and Port of Exeter, also Medical Inspector of Schools for Devon. Tie had written numerous contributions on public health and preventive medicine tor professional periodicals. In 1951 he was awarded the C.R.F. When the Catholic Who's Who was being compiled about the same time, and he was invited to send Short biographical details about hiruseif. he was asked what his recreations were. He could have replied with an impressive list of occupations; that he said was simply: "English and French literature, household chores, and preparing tor death".
Miss Mardel-Ferreira Miss Mardel-kerrelra. founder member 01 Our Lady's Missionary League and organising secretary for many years, died at Stone, Staffs., Iasi week (Monday).
Mr. F. J. Nash, M.B.E.
Mr. Francis J. Nash. Hon. Treasurer of the Lancaster Diocesan Protection and Rese.uo Society since na inauguration, has died in Preston at the age of 78. He had been made a Knight of St. Gregory by tile late Holy Father for his work on behalf of the Society. He was a Past President and Past Provincial President of the Catenian Association. He was awarded the M.R.E. an a captain in the Royal Army Pay Corps in World War 1.