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An interdenominational civic memorial service for the late Right Hon. N E Kirk, was held in Palmerston North 4 September 1974. It was conducted by the Ministers' Association of Palmerston North on behalf of the citizens and Council of Palmerston North. Norman Kirk was Prime Minister of New Zealand and died in office 31 August 1974.

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Order of Service for Memorial Service in memory of Norman Kirk
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