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One of the great things about writing this blog is that, more often than you might expect, it helps to bring together people who haven’t seen hide nor hair of each other in decades. For example, just yesterday – at a meeting of the PNGAA History and Scholarship Committee - chairman Riley Warren mentioned how a next door neighbour he hadn’t seen in 30 years, spotted his name in ASOPA PEOPLE and got in touch with him.

And then I got home to see this in my email in-tray…. “Greetings Keith, I am trying to locate Charlie Davie, he was a cadet patrol officer in Goroka 1966-68. Any assistance and help would be very much appreciated, as time is moving and I wish to meet up or talk to him. Regards. Joy.”

If you know anything about Charlie’s whereabouts, you can contact Joy here.


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