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ROYAL NEW ZEALAND NAVY SEAMAN BOYS AR ! INVI J ED from b °V s the age Kt NovpmhJr 3 , months . ° nd 'S years 7 months, on the Ist November 1945, for entry into the Royal New Zealand Navy under a 12 years' continuous service engagement. Boys must be physically fit in all respects, and are not accepted if wearing dental plates. This is an opening for a seagoing career with good prospects ot advancement in the finest service in the world. The standard of entry is high, and is competitive. Candidates within one month of the age limits may be accepted in exceptional circumstances. The closing date for applications is Ist September, 1945. For further details and forms of application apply to the nearest Naval Recruiter: NAVAL BASE, DEVON PORT. NAVAL TRANSIT DEPOT, Hinemoa St., WELLINGTON. R.N.Z.N.V.R. HEADQUARTERS, 40 St. Asaph Street, CHRISTCHURCH. * "Gay-Day" printed * iSIC crepes # Here are fabrics of a timely texture KHiil f or those not-far-distant days when the thermometer rises. Here are colour-printed * crepes to take the simmer out of summer. Be far-sighted and choose now. Designs are floral * or conventional. Shades are perfect for afternoon- * and-after frocks. 36in„ 12/8 yard. •It Please write promptly for samples. 3t Mfr C'« Sitk Section - - Second Floor. * * „ MILNE &. CHOYCE k Ltcl, * * *********** * fta lovely »e tfte iya- \ /I£ . ' $ einthto greet the fresh light |j j look of Spring—pastel after- | if JlfP J 1 noon frock in heavy Canadian f| (§ j. JjjP^/ grope. Quilted trimming V j* P /j> . J an exciting note to the || J '|s , koftly <fraped bodice — skirt jjJ jj || * 4f •gored. In rose, blue, beige» •qua, green. Sizes: S.W., W. \ <- Poor coupons *7 \l\l fiM ear BprUv WUtdotttf. , GEORGE COURT'S % kajuhgahape rd.— quality goods at LOWER PRICES

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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