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After Ruxton had renewed his contract with the British Commonwealth Occupation Force twice, he became more experienced in the choice of his purchases. Or so he thought. ’ Among all his other activities, Ruxton did follow a trade in Japan. At the end of 1947, he completed a six-week course of instruction with the British Commonwealth Occupation Force School of Cookery. He had been declared unfit for guard duty, on account of persistent dermatitis on the tops of his feet. But the school of cookery position had its positive side.
The stones, he explained, had been from Cooktown and the Cape. He reflected that the Tableland was ‘strictly a farming area . . ’ The troops were fed ‘bully beef slop 3 times a day’, so coconuts were a welcome substitute. In spite of the standard complaints about the food, Bruce was in fact thriving. ’ On 26 June 1945, USS Tank Landing Ship (LST) 579 left Morotai. Ruxton was aboard, bound for Balikpapan, the Dutch oil port in Borneo, to participate in the last major Australian action against the Japanese of the war.
He was a lifelong member of Collingwood Football Club. He later gained full membership of the Melbourne Cricket Club. By 1953, he was a Master Mason of the Willsmere Lodge, and his son Ian was enrolled as a cadet member at the Royal Brighton Yacht Club. He joined the Liberal Party and the Victorian Golf Club. He would later be admitted to Melbourne’s most influential club, the Melbourne Club. Bruce had joined the Returned Services League (RSL) in 1948, while still serving with the British and Commonwealth Occupation Force in Japan, and he was appointed Honorary Secretary of the 2/25th and 2/31st Battalions Association, his unit association, in 1952.