Letter about a faulty recording at the 2ZA station.
Dated 11/7/1941. Letter to the Editor from W. B. Tennant answering criticism of him doing nothing further about the E.P.S. (Emergency Precautions Scheme) since the recent elections.
Memorial book with details of book donations to the Palmerston North Public Library and also memorial tributes to various Palmerston North residents. Included are Erica Allen, Mae Andrews, Beryl Bartlett, Cora Bartlett, John Boldt, Frank Caple, Ferol Chittenden, Mervyn Dalefield, Arnold Hall, Norman Lovelock, Henry May and Inez Stewart.
Memorial book with details of book donations to the Palmerston North Public Library and also memorial tributes to various Palmerston North residents presented by the Lions Cub of Manawatu. Included are Audrey Gwendoline Adcock, William Alcock, Claude D. Andrews, A. H. Attwood, Elizabeth Boland, Violet Bowick, Arthur G. S. Bradfield, Fernly Campbell, Pleasance and Herbert Carpenter, Betty A. M. Carson, Anne Collins, Olga Cotter, Nancy Corkill, Bertram Cottrell, L. B. Davidson "Ma", Stanley H. Dawick, Richard H. Dawson, Keith A. Dixon, Ellen M. Elsmore, Philip A. E. Elsmore, Ethel M. Field, Florence M. Fisher, Bruce G. Gane, Kenneth S. Glendinning, Sheba Gordon, Herbert Greenwood, John (Jack) K. Hamilton, Marjorie Harford, Janice Y. Harper, Walter B. (Wally) Harris, Thomas C. Hobbs-Jones, Dr. Richard Hooper, Dr. Stafford Hooper, Clarence T. E. Hopwood, William Horsfall, Elizabeth James, Catherine Jamieson, Elsie Laing, Eva D. Laing, Mollie W. Lambourne, Florian R. (Mick) Lewis, Evelyn A. McDowall, Dugald C. MacKenzie, Margaret A. Mansford, Elizabeth K. Marshall, Florence Matthews, Dorothy M. Mechan, Monica Miles, Isobel Nicholls, Thomas A. Nuttall, Minna M. H. Oden, Frederick W. J. Oakley, Kaye D. Odlum, Charles S. Panting, Alan S. Paterson, John E. and Matilda Perrin, David C. Pryor, Robert C. Rawlings, Margaret D. Robinson, Frank E. Robinson, William M. Roger, Savage Club in Memory of Past Members page, Gordon E. Simister, Elsie E. D. Smyth, James B. Speedy, Alan D. Stringer, Edward C. Swan, Minnie Thomas, Edith Titchiner, Charlotte Warburton, John and Hannah Whittaker and family (Frank, Oliver, Dorothy and Doris) and Charles (Rangi) Woods.
Document signed by A. E. Mansford, Mayor outlining the process to be followed on receipt of news from Overseas that the War against Germany has ended.
Article in the NZ Truth on March 1, 1944, page 17. Outlines the fine reocrd of the Palmerston North W.W.S.A. Has a photograph of Miss C. Warburton, Mrs J.H.Whyte and Miss M. Christensen.
A number of the 30 girls chosen to go to the Middle East to help in the New Zealand Forces' Club and similar institutions are from Wellington, the Wairarapa, The Manawatu and Hawke's Bay. Named from Palmerston North are Miss M. Cooksley and Miss M. Gulliver.
Newspaper Article: Duties Outlined: Work of girls chosen to serve in the Middle East - How they were chosen
Mrs H. Jowett and Miss Amy Kane, members of the Women's War Service Auxiliary committee made public the circumstances under which 30 young women were chosen for service with the New Zealand forces in the Middle East.
Meeting of representatives from local bodies from Otaki to Rangitikei River and north as far as Oroua and Pohangina counties to be held in the near future.