» The Minister of Civil Defence (Mr. Wilson) is visiting Auckland. Mr. J. S. Hunter, Director of Na- ; tional Service, is in Auckland. Captain W. J: Bulger, of the United States War Shipping Administration, has gone to Auckland. Mr. Ignaz Friedman, the Polish pianist,-, is at present in Wellington.
Mr. W. E. Hale has been appointed to represent the dairy producers on the New Zealand Meat Producers' Board.
Awards comprising a bar to the Distinguished Flying Cross, three D.F.C.s,. and a Distinguished Flying Medal have been awarded to five New Zealanders serving overseas for distinguished service, including exploits over Genoa, Malta, and' Dieppe. The awards as follows:— , . . Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross. — Acting Squadron Leader Robert Duncan Yule, R.A.F.; Dr. E. Yule, Invercargill (f.).
Distinguished Flying Cross.—Acting Squadron Leader Lloyd Julius Joel, R.A.F. Acting Flight Lieutenant Henry Gift Coldbeck, R.N.Z.A.F.; Mrs. E. M. Campbell, 8a North Road, Papanui, Christchurch (m.). Flying Officer George Esmond Jameson, R.N.Z.A.F.; Mr. A. L. Jameson/ Rotherham, North Canterbury (f.).
Distinguished Flying Medal.—Flight Sergeant Frank Ellison Gatland, R.N.Z.A.F.; Mrs. D. M. Gatland, care R. G. Waghorne, Hokeria, Great South Road, Drury (w.). :
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PERSONAL ITEMS, Evening Post, Volume CXXXIV, Issue 129, 27 November 1942
PERSONAL ITEMS Evening Post, Volume CXXXIV, Issue 129, 27 November 1942
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