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■OEY.—In loving memory of Stanley who rtinrt "August 16 1943, while prisoner of war in Udine, Italy. Ever remembered by Clarrie and family. HOEV, Stanley William-In loving memory of August 16"'1943 a Prlsoner ln ltaly - Time takes the edge oft grief. But memory turns back every leaf Ever remembered by Cis. BIRTHS BABER.—On August 15. at St. Ann's, to Jeannie wife of Dr. W. S. Baber, a daughter. Jeannle ' CARROLL.—On August 12. at Point View Kohimarajna, to Lieutenant M. J. Carroll (oversell and Mrs. Carroll (nee Merle Perkins)? a son Thanks to doctor and sisters. GILLARD.—On August 15, at St. Mary's, Otahuhu to Mr. and Mrs. A. Gillard, a daughter. Botli well. 6IXNS-—On August 15 (Victory Day) at the Auckland Public Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs A Ginns (nee Hilda Hyland, Takapuna) a 'son (premature). Special thanks to doctors and nurses. HEALEY.—On August 15 (Peace Day) at Point View, Kohimarama, to Mr. and Mrs Healey Kohimarama, a bonny daughter. Both well! Thanks to doctor and sisters. HETHERIN'GTON. —On August 16, at Hokianga Hospital, Hawene. to Kitty (nee Briant) wife of T. N. Iletherington, a daughter. Both well. McVICKER.—On August 15. at Glamis, to Dorothy (nee Parker), wife of Squadron-Leader R. D. McVicker (overseas), a daughter. Both well No visitors seven days. MOUND.—On August 15, at St. Ann's, to Ruby wife of Ted Mound, Three Kings, a daughter Bo'h well. SERJEANT.—On August 14. at Glamis, to Mr and Mrs. A. Serjeant, of Henderson, a daughter Both well.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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