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BLACK.—On August 8, 1945, at the Auckland Hospital. George, dearly loved husband of Rose Mary Black, of 12, Parkfield Terrace, Grafton, Auckland, and loving father of Clara, Minnie, Floss, Joyce, and loving grandfather of Desmond. Passed peacefully away, in his sixty-seventh year. A service will' be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel. Khyber Pass. Newmarket, at 12.30 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday), the funeral the* leaving for Hillsboro* Cemetery. BURKE. —On August 8. 1945. Laurence George, passed away suddenly at his residence. 8. Te Marama Avenue, Ellerslie (late of Dargaville). dearly loved husband of Mary Isabel Burke, and beloved father of "Con" (overseas); aged 52 vears. The funeral will leave the above address at 3.30 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday), for V/aikumete Soldiers' Cemetery. BURKE, Laurence George.—B, Te Marama Avenue, Ellerslie, beloved son of Mrs. W. Burke, Henderson, brother of William. Albert, David, Leslie, Leonard. Maurice and Florrie, late of Dargavi-lle (15th -North Auckland Regiment, Great War). COOKE.—On August 7. 1945, at Cornwall Hospital, Fanny Elizabeth, beloved widow of the late Albert, and loved "mother of Ernie, of Waiwera; aged 84 years. At rest. Interment at Silverdale Cemetery to-morrow, 1 p.m. Floral tributes left at Arthur Holmes and Sons, McColl Street, . Newmarket, 10.30 a.m. HEATH.—On August 7, 1945, at a private hospital, Auckland, Elizabeth,- relict of the late Thomas Heath (formerly of Morrinsville); aged 87 years. A service will be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass. Newmarket, at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday), the funer&l then leaving for Hillsboro' Cemetery. \ LEPIXE —On August 7. at her residence. 11, Patterson street, Sandringham, Emma, wife of the late Frank Lepine. and youngest daughter of the late Thomas and Fanny Phillips; in her eightieth year A service will be held at the above address to-morrow (Thursday), at 10.40 a m., the funeral then leaving for Purewa Cemetery. Private interment. No flowers by

request. RATTRAY.—On August 7. 1945, at her residence. 53, Wynyard Road. Mount Eden, Margaret Helen, beloved widow of the late W. J. Rattray : in her eighty-fourth year. A servico will be held at the above address to-morrow (Thursday), at 1.45 p.m.. funeral then leaving for

Waikumete Cemetery. SWAFFIELD. —On August 7, at a private hospital, Harry Augustus, dearly beloved husband of the late Jane, and loved father of Alex, Harry, Percy and Millie (Mrs. Ross); in his eightyfirst year. runera: will leave his .son s residence. 7, Rangitoto Road, Papatoetoe. at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday), for St. Jonn s

Cemetery. ✓ SWAFFIELD.— 1 -On August 7, at a private hospital, Harry Augustus.- dearly loved eldest brother of Mrs. K. A. Wells, Tawera Avenue, Papatoetoe. TAYLOR. —On August 7, 1945. at the Green Lane Hospital, Nita Willis, dearly loved youngest daughter of Robert and Mary Ann Taylor. 38. Hill Street. Onehungs. The w" 1 the above address to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 p.m. for Mangere Cemetery.

IX MEMOKIAM ATKINS.—In loving memory of ° u r d£ d and grandad, who passed away August J 3. 1940. Ever remembered by Paddy, Ida and Milton.

BAKER. —A tribute of love to the memory of our mother.—Matt and Len (overseas).

CUSWORTH.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away August 8. 1943. So loved, so mourned. Inserted by his loving wife and family and son Rex. DIGGLE.-Ip loving memory ot our dad and grandad, who passed away August 8, 1943. Ever remembered. Vic, Harold and children.

FRANCES.—In loving memory of brother -'"^. la ™ •Jack who passed away August 8, 1941. Always renfembenid by Tot. Hilda, Bill and family.

LEECE. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away August 8, 1934. In loving remembrance. Inserted by Dolly and Billy.

operational flight August 8, 1944. Inserted by his^oving^ wife Betty, and children Lynette and Graham. S^^^ust1 71 , 1f4^®r o o\h^b^% P uTu e s? 7l IMB ' A thought for to-day. Always re^eS^ 7 >7bX' Sis and family.

Sl a L n V dVa£d iS. TwaTAu^" Oh?" sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her Ever remembered Jy" her son Joe, and May and grandchildren, Kin&sland. STEACHAN, Se Jf c e d al j[; P c"otS?d Ai 0 8Us n t B 8, m i 9?2 ory Dave who ded and klnd . XnsieH? 0I 8T D R a^ Ii?d Be fnSciHanl l AuS g 8. In i9T2° ry «£ —• N.S.W. TAYLOR.—In loving memory of J>ur dear daughter and sister Maureen, who passeo 8 * 1938. , ,. fl _ the shock severe, The call was sudden, end was near; We little thought her Mlli But only those wfto J 1 a lthou t farewell. Inscrted° r by W h°r loving parents, brothers and sister. Northcot-e. .

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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