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MEN'S NEW ZEALAND ALL-WOOL PLfl'lN fI GREY TY — MEDIUiy[ E SHADE W J I ■I I Jf Reorganisation SALE? • HULLUV C AJ VALUE*! SUITS. OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS. TROUSERS, PULLOVERS, UNDERWEAR, BUY NOW . .. AT PEARCE'S' SOCKS. OVERALLS. HATS AND CAPS., Etc. nVTT ri.«wyi.j. Bushmons~Novy All-Wool SLEEVELESS SINGLETS . VAUJE! BIUS ' 8/9 LEATHER JERKINS fop Men! Suitable FOOTBALL PANTS for Men! In White SUITS. S.B. flttinsr style. Navy herrinsrfor carriers, etc. Warm wool lining:. or Navy. Slifrhtly soiled. All sizes. bone worsted, etc. Sizes? 3, 4. 5 and 6 Usually 85/-. NOW Reduced to Clear: Pair g/JX only- Note the Price: £10/15/0 Gent.'s Quality Waterproof RAINCOATS. Oddment in Nap WORKING TROUSERS. OVERCOATS for Men! S.B. or D.B. style. Oil canvas. Full belt. £/4/10/ A Slightly damas-ed. Sizes 3 to fc. Also Latest. Come and see ff/to '/< /*y/° quarter-sizes. One Price: \Af\Q thein! *5/ ® Men s Fancy Cashmere All — wool SOCKS. " * ~ t , vuavi ndit ■ kddamc j. h m n _,_ - Navy \lr Force Blue etc Boys' Grey Tropical Cloth TENNIS KHAKI DRILL. APRONS for Men. Extra Special Value: A /< SHIRTS. All sizes. Also in Klniki drill. stronp bib. Larsre pocket. Note the price p " 4/« One Price: to clear. Each TpMNi(c > '« \J en m KNEE COMBINATION OVERALLS in khaki drill Boys' and Youths' Quality Oil Canvas TRUNKS. S.M., M.. O.S or Navy Extra heavy-quality. Sizes 3 RAINCOATS. Full belt. Sizes <8/6 3/11 to 8. Value: 35/6 up to 41 in. lenfftli. w»/ w Heavv Now Zodl&nd All-wool SOCKS fop ■ IVlon's IChftki All*woo4 GLOVES* Tills line Men! Twenty dozen. Extra quality Grey PAINTERS' SAC COATS. Unbleached. win sell rapidly. Buy now. while stocks Heather, etc. Pair't /it Extra heavy quality. Sizes 3 to S. Also last. Pair: o/j| O Trousers to match. Garment CRUISING JERSEYS for Men! In fanrv —— ■ SOCKS! 800 Pairs. Job purchase! Black or plain. Air Force Blue'shade. Elastic Boys' Navy College RAINCOATS, Sltelitly Cashmere. Also Grey oddments. knit. Valu»! in// shop soiled. 3Qin., 32in., 3.oin. 99/Q Note the Price Pair. ' *y/Q Rise 1/- a size. ' -* J?/ * ' Toddlers' Novy Serge Sfrqp KNICKERS Sizcso of, f i UL q, y and e. One Price 10/6 PWBf ■ & BE? * ® MEN ' S KHAKI DR,LL E ARC E S shirts ;-fS» MERCERS :: CLOTHIERS :: HATTERS ■ :■; collar « _ , s 278 KARANGAHAPE ROAD, AUCKLAND ATTACHED. 12/0 ALL SIZES For QUALITY, ECONOMY, SERVICE Delivery by Return Mail — Please Add Postage. UAKI TUES and WED. BARGAIN DAYS ! Use Our Lay-by System — Cash Orders Accepted. IyWJ I^l./ I UEJ. u U TT He be seventeen then His dad, in 1940 left his job to help secure this i wfju youngster's future ... to make it possible for his son, Ivlr when the time came, to choose his own career in a V. *" * MF' 'iPilJNff • ml. ' ' • <:'.o V;'• It was not in vain. • • " aJBlk Since 1940 we have travelled far along the road to freedom—by , imSff victories over our aggressors. But our destination is still before V< : •• • • ' • us and will be even after Japan has unconditionally surrendered. Vk i, f Today there is an increasing need for all of us to think clearly V.f : and realistically. There is much to be done ... and not by a 2k, -j&P \ few leaders alone or by a group of representatives gathered M \ around a conference table ... but by every adult in this country. \ - \ The personal responsibility of all is to take an active part in :.V; In this transition period many new ideas are coming forward. We must not accept them until we have tested them ... until The history of this country is a history of united struggle... of we have clearly defined those which add to our country's dangers and difficulties faced together and overcome. Through development from those which have a retarding influence...and that heritage, handed down by the pioneers of this country, exercise our democratic rights to retain the good and reject N ew Zealand in her hour of need will find the answers to her the bad. problems. In the open-mindedness, in the good sense, in the willingness i t j s in the minds and hearts of her people that she must look to grapple with these problems, in the courage to fearlessly f or the answers today. It is there _she will find the star which defend the good things and in the fundamental decency of every will keep her true to her course. New Zealander, lies the future of this country and the eight- yy (yp js> (JSP year-olds of today. LIMITED - FP.26IA -m | Further I; Reduced! Ladies M#DEL All-Wool | FELTS CARDIGANS »w| g. || With rib welt. Gold, Wine, Green. NOW '^P Sixes: S.W., W. * J £ (Originally 49/6 to 79/6) Long-sleeved ' j! Smart Felt BOLERO Flit | Ready-to-wears JACKETS j! Displayed in Groups. In Brown Coney. NOV/ 15/6 19/6 Sizes 38in. and 40in. Waist Length < > Originally from 22/6 to 45/-. !; A style and shade for all. JOHN COURT Ltd. QUEEN STREET yu-t sHBP B 9 Do y° u CLEAN 13—S'lislea? nou that would ) I L_] J _ _a. O i 7 N p~w MI your dentures r l7 "near l s.Tj»d serve > T , HERE is no need to spend surpiusjiot put^ back time and trouble trying to MaP clean your dentures by brushing 22—coioar-biind Wpie couifl SB — and scrubbing. Put your plate 24—one' ay of John' peel's HI 1 .BIIW ™ overnight into a bath of Kemdex an and warm (not water, or thick and Uiln" (Cowper). t^ien r " lsc c °ld Water. Dives table. (12) 11—Physical peculiarity ol successful gardeners. At all good chemists I—lnvention of the D (1) (5) and stores. 3.5 2—But this old party was probably quite orderly. it h a lot more makes an uproar. WTXW^kf 3—lf the prefix mal won't serve this 2 1-''lfs a tab" (anag.). (7) K H IB" JK animosity. (7) 22—Kipling foxhound. (7) H\ILI ▼H W RL/VR 4—The action of the swallow. (7) ' 23—Constant or consistent. (7) • ■.■»*« cai gc tcctu s—lt's capital to get at these birds. (4) 27—Can this describe the business that goes LLtANS lEC I n fl—Noisy part of 9 across. (3) bankrupt? (4) Manufactured by rcg. user, Salmorvi&Sprafgan 7—This ,is a good way of passing time with 29—Might make a good nightcap (and then Ltd., 2 Customhouse Quay, Wellington. these. (7, 5) . . .' ; divide 1 !! to, bed!)- (4) 10—Malapropos. (5) 30—This In a pine would be piggish. (3)

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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