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GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOARD

Announcement of the Results 'of the election to fill two vacancies on the Auckland Grammar School Board was made last night. The successful candidates were Miss J. I. Hetherington and Mr. D. Sumner. Dr. P. A. MacDiarmid, a sitting member, was defeated. The other sitting member, Miss F. I. Patterson, did not seek re-election. The voting was as follows:—Miss Hetherington, 1G34 votes; Mr. Sumner, 1072; Dr. MacDiarmid, 779: Mr* F. H. Paterson, 498; Mr. H. W. Barnhill, 198;. informal, 31S. The electors are parents of pupils at the schools under the board's control.

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GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOARD, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOARD Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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