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o™Au™st shims' beloved and ever remembprpH oirflrJi 5. 1943, ■rso"vr e r n H T " kaTuna =--•• D SP H.' Mason° U.s?M c""klllTd'"S s ™?- Corporal May 10, 1945. *' kllled on Okinawa on In my heart a memory is keDt ?ovcd n ly C *£™r IOTKCt--3IEWA ALICK (Viv) Flieht t a ~ Wiled on opera R -A.P., 19,' 1944, beloved son nf phlo • ra " ce ' August Ranjan Mewa, and loved brother nf"?, late IN MEMORIAM Mum dad. We " to be for S°"en. ®Sf 19 f 3^ Z^ Nina, Ray^ ay ' not be in vain - W ln H°j nis m?lf! nory t ° f Warrant-Officer tious August £ 1943, ' misSln * ™ air opera--5!!? e ay take * he ed se off grief » But memory turns back everv leaf Inserted by his friends the Old Timers. 3 memo?y ß 'of V Bni'v J 'niF li i ght " Solgeain) '~ ln lovin e over^taly] B August I 's et ' 1 943' le 'Ever remembered by Audrey and Newborne <COLLETT, Squadron-Leader W. I.—ln proud and o£ Wilf, who lost his life August T , , . duty nobly done. COLLETT ? C r m Diok ' R " Z - N - Overseas). COLLETT, Scfuadron-Lender w I In invinc S M^.W-iSS. 0 lost hls lire ln ££- Th . e memory of your smiling face. And the voice we loved to hear; W l'VJ l ®?, ys , ™ m ? in a »d hold a place. tt iX 1 , all that lo ved you dear. Uncle Dick, Aunty May and cousins, Mamaku. W pe S tlr _ \vkss l0 (R n vl"\° Ty w ot ordlna 'J' feaman AUBUSt 4 1940 Wh ° Was kllled oversea^ t i , Worthy of remembrance. (RK.ZN) y hIS frlend Bm Dewhurst

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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