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NATIONAL COUNCIL

New delegates were welcomed at a meeting of the Auckland branch of the National Council of Women last night. They were Miss M. F. Bell, for the Y.W.C.A., and Mrs. Elsbury, for the Auckland Travel Club. A new associate member, Miss C. Rains, representing the Women Teachers' Association, was also welcomed. It was stated that branches of the council had been formed at Oamaru and Waipukurau. Mrs. T. Bloodworth, who presided, gave a report of the Dominion executive meeting and outlined briefly various remits discussed at the conference.

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NATIONAL COUNCIL, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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NATIONAL COUNCIL Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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