OPERATIONS IN ITALY
Advice of the following awards to New Zealanders, covering operations in Italy from January 1 to March 31, 1945, has been received by the Minister of Defence (Mr. Jones), those against whose names appears an asterisk having returned to New Zealand:— Distinguished Service Order (D.5.0.). Colonel Thomas C. Campbell, M.C.*, 21 Mill Road, Whangarei. Lieut.-Colonel Harold A. Purcell*, 14 Craigie Street, Timaru. Rev. Harold F. Harding, M.8.E., Chaplain to the Forces, 3rd Class. Mrs. L. H. Blyth, 49 Ranfurly Street, St.. Albans, Christchurch (aunt). Officer of the Military Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (0.8. E.). Lieut-Colonel Arthur G. Clark, M.C. Mrs. U. M. Clark, 1 Clive Square, Napier (w.). Rev. Father Leo P. Spring, Chaplain to the Forces, 2nd Class. Mr. F. Spring, Smithfield, Timaru (b.). " Major Francis Trewby*, Bank Street, Mangaweka. Member of the Military Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire "(M.8.E.). Major Geoffrey S. Cox. Mrs. C. B. T. Cox, care New Zealand Legation, Washington, D.C. (w.). A/Major lan A. Arthur*, care Messx-s. Hanan and Arthur, Dee Street, Invercargill. Warrant Officer I. Edward O. Gibson*, care Mr. H. Gibson, R.M.D., Mosgiel.. Military Cross (M.C). Major Jack Finlay. Mrs. E. Finlay, 93 Latham Street, Napier (m.). Captain Arnold G. Hunter. Mrs. H. G. Hunter, 44 Brougham Street, Nelson (w.). Major Reginald H. Spicer. Mrs. E. I. R. Spicer, 22 Savage Crescent, Palmerston North (w.). Lieutenant Philip K. McCliskie. Mrs. M. G. McCliskie, Manutuke, Gisborne S (m.). Military Medal (M.M.). W. 0.11. Ernest D. Bougen. Mrs. O. Bpugen, Pitt Street, Raetihi (m.). Warrant Officer II George T. Holden. Mr. R. Holden, Box 4, Otorohanga (f.). Warrant Officer II Norman S. McGregor*, Uruti, Taranaki. Sergeant Leonard A. Chisholm*, 151 Forth Street, Dunedin. Sergeant Stanley V. Gilchrist*, P.O. Box 238, Dunedin. L/Sergeant Douglas H. Pulford. Mr. H. G. Pulford, Box 26, Clive, Napier (f.). British Empire Medal (8.E.M.). Corporal James C. Connelly*, Tarawa Road, Whangarei. « Corporal George R. J. Harvey. Mrs. G. E. Harvey, care Hales Estate, Private Bag, Dannevirke (w.). Corporal George H. Justice*, 359 Estuary Road, New Brighton, Christchurch.
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N.Z.E.F. AWARDS, Evening Post, Volume CXL, Issue 79, 1 October 1945
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