NEW NAME FOR LEE PARTY
(P.A.) CHRISTCHURCH, March 16. The Democratic Labour Party has decided on a change of name. In future it will be known as the Democratic Soldier-Labour Party. This information was received in Christchurch by the local secretary, Mr. Douglas Cresswell, by telephone from Mr. J. A. Lee in Auckland.
Mr. Cresswell said that most if not all the South Island seats would be contested at the next General Election. One-third of the candidates would be drawn from returned soldiers from the present war.
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NEW NAME FOR LEE PARTY, Evening Post, Volume CXXXV, Issue 64, 17 March 1943
NEW NAME FOR LEE PARTY Evening Post, Volume CXXXV, Issue 64, 17 March 1943
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