Last Post

“LAST POST” AT FRIDAY’S FUNERAL.—BugIer blowing the “Last Post,” the Legion of Frontiersmen standing at attention, outside the Crematorium at Karori Cemetery on Friday afternoon at the funeral of Messrs. F. Gresser and G. B. S. King, killed at Tawa Flat on Tuesday in an aero plane crash. Inset, floral tributes in the form of aeroplanes” Manawatu Times 31 Oct 1932 Edit: Francis Gresser and George Bourne Stephen King

"TWO LIVES LOST IN AIR CRASH AT WELLINGTON.—The Wellington Aero Club’s moth 'plane, ZK-AAZ, which was unable to reach the Rongotai landing ground and was subsequently wrecked in the hills north of Tawa Flat. The two club pilots on board, Messrs. F. Gresser and E. G. King, who were returning from the New Plymouth air pageant, lost their lives" Manawatu Standard 27 Oct 1932
“TWO LIVES LOST IN AIR CRASH AT WELLINGTON.—The Wellington Aero Club’s moth ‘plane, ZK-AAZ, which was unable to reach the Rongotai landing ground and was subsequently wrecked in the hills north of Tawa Flat. The two club pilots on board, Messrs. F. Gresser and E. G. King, who were returning from the New Plymouth air pageant, lost their lives” Manawatu Standard 27 Oct 1932
MR. G. B. S. KING.
Manawatu Times, Volume LV, Issue 6990, 28 October 1932

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