EARLY REVOCATION LIKELY?
P.A. WANGANUI, Monday. An indication that the Industrial Manpower Emergency Regulations, 1944, might be revoked at any time was given by the chairman of the No. 2 Wellington District Industrial Manpower Committee, Mr. F. D. Cornwell, at a sitting in Wanganui to-day. The case . before the committee was that of a girl aged 19, whose mother appealed against her direction to a factory on the ground that the girl was about to sit for an examination in music and was required to practise five hours each day. In reply to Mx. Cornwell the mother said that she would prefer her daughter to continue with music after sitting for the examination, particularly as her future career was involved. The chairman said that a direction by the committee to an essential industry would not affect any young person's career. It was expected that the regulations would be revoked at any time.
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MANPOWER REGULATIONS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945
MANPOWER REGULATIONS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945
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