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Port Louis, Mauritius, receives the 0.B.E.
The M.B.E. is awarded to Mother Eugenie (Pickering), Mother Superior of St. Francis's Convent, Jesse1ton, North Borneo; Sister M. Frances (Rolleson), for services to education in Tanganyika, and Sister M. Clematia (Schmitz), sister-mcharge of the Catholic Leprosariuni at Anelauna, New Ireland.
Dr. Robert Machray, the anaesthetist at the King's operation, is made a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.
Other awards to Catholics are:
CB.: Mr. P. N. N. Synnott, Under-Secretary at the Admiralty; Major General J. 11. N. Poett.
Mr, W. B. Malley, Councilor at the British Embassy in Madrid; Air Commodore I. C. Neely, eye specialist; Alderman Mrs. Kathleen Chambers. first woman Lord Mayor of Bradford.
0.B.E.: Lt.-Col. R. 13. De F. Sleeman, MC., The Royal Sussex Regiment, an old Downside boy, son of Sir James Slccman and younger brother of Col. John Sleeman.
M.B.E.: MT. ThOM:IS McDonnell, Chief Inspector. C.I.D., in the Port of London.