NAPIEK, April 30. The WXM'.U. Convention passed the following resolutions: —■■ "That the resigoafcion of Miss Powell be accepted with sincere regret, and that we jjlaee on record our tleep appreciation of the splendid work which she has accomplisued for the Union during her lit'teen years of strenuous service. Otu'Union has greatly benefited by the enthusiasm, energy, and wisdom' displayed by her in all her work, and we wish for her many _years' of happy and useful service in her pre-; cent position at Taraktua College." "That a remit be lonvarcflU to the: New Zealand ■■'Town-planning'- Confer-:; ®nc© urging that it . use its influence. withj'.'local bodies, .having the necessary, powers to induce'.fcfeui,to-Considier;the; suggestion that ■ public ; recreation! rooms be openod and maintained.as a^ permanent peace memorial.". '■":•, "That the Convention take into consideration the adTrtdability of " recommending the establishment, where possible, of hostels for young'women, and also for mothers with children; further, that the "Convention should appoint an advisory board to assist'those unions that have, the establishment of hostels under consideration!"
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W.O.T.U., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919
W.O.T.U. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919
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