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Goodluck Leonard Clive


GOODLUCK, Private, Leonard Clive , TX5649. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th January 1943. Age 33. Son of George and Minnie Goodluck, of Launceston, Tasmania.  Killed in Action Papua and New Guinea.


In moving a motion of sympathy with the relatives of the late Private Len Goodluck, who was killed in action recently, the chairman (Superintendent L. F.Wells), at a meeting of the Fire Brigade, expressed regret at the loss of one of the brigade's most efficient members. Private Goodluck joined the brigade in 1938 and in the same year was a member of the competition team which went to Launceston. He also competed at Devonport in 1939 and at Burnie and Geelong in 1940. The motion was carried, those present standing in silence.

Advocate Burnie 14 Apr 1943.



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