K. J. Kane putting Christmas cards in the furnace

K. J. Kane putting Christmas cards in the furnace

Postal worker K. J. Kane putting undelivered Christmas cards in the furnace.
Newspaper caption: Mr K. J. Kane, a post office service worker, consigns some of the 7500 undelivered Christmas cards to the flames in Christchurch. The cards were valued at about $950. Neither the addresses nor the senders could be traced.
Appeared with: [Frame 21] ‘Cards which went astray’, The Christchurch Star, Saturday, 10 March 1973, p.16.
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