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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
PERSONAL AIR FORCE, Metropole, last Saturday and Thursday, if interested in black dress, yellow cardigan, be at Metropole Saturday, or write S. 1853. Star. 11 ALL LONELY PEOPLE, Young. Middle-agedT interested in forming Private Social Club, write Macefleld, 60, Woodside Rd.. Mt. Eden. x! 4 ARTISTS for Amateur Revue Company—Singers, male and female, and Novelty Items.—Write 8.G., 0981, Star. xll BOBBY—I love you more every day.—Rupert. 11 CARMICHAEL, NElL.—Remembrance, dear one. Your 25th_blrthday to-morrow (Sunday).—Mum. 11 DARLING JlLL.'—Thanks gift. Long for you every moment. Keep hoping. Love.—Danny. xll DOES any Autograph Hunter want to buy Don Bradman's original Autograplis of his 1938 Australian Crickej, Team.—S. 1717. Stab. U E.—Meet me to-night. Masonic Hall.—P. xll ERIC aw'alts yoi" G\P~57, Auck_14 HADDOCK (WALLY), late Narrow Neck Camp Hospital, please communicate old friends, Devonport: urgent. 11 ISRAEL.—AII things work together for good for Britain. Tory Government cannot now be blamed for decision not to divulge bomb secret to Russia. Left-wingers hard hit for answer.—lsrael. I_l IF Certain Persons of Ponsonby do not cease scandalising my name I will take legal proceedings. (Signed) Mrs. H.R. MacKay, 52a,_Union_St. 13 IF certain person, known, in Ponsonby does not stop scandalising my name proceedings will be taken to stop it.—lda Malcolm, 8, Tole Street, Ponsonby. __ xll JAMES wTTJanCAST'eß—"Hereby "take' notice re" Clearing Contract: contact by letter Box 107, Newmarket; no word within 14 days, contract cance!Led^z:J^ Wheeler. 11 KIND Person to Board Bafov Boy, 2 months old. 15' to £1 weekly.—S. 1700, Star. 11 LATEST Weapon means choice of God or Mammon. Christ or Destruction. A Challenge to the Churches.—Matt., Chaps. 6-7.—Light. 11 M.—lf sincere, reconsider or suggest alternative. xll MANy""t~IANKS to person who kindly "returned Stocking Coupon.—D. Whale, Bollard Avenue, NewLynn. _ xll "OUR "MISS GlßßS"—Wanted a Loan of Vocal Score of "Our Miss Gibbs/J— Phone 50-455. 11 REFINED Married 'couple want to Adopt Girl, 4 to 7 years; good home and affection. —S. 2265. Star. xll wdlll.JJ~l.ady who answered Matrimonial Advt.. May 12. Unknown Quantity, write if interested. — S. 1590. Star. H W'Ol'LD William George Collie, late karapiro. late c/ 0 James Hotel. Whnngarei. last heard of in Auckland, or anyone knowing his present address, write "Cookie," C/o Box 1376, Auckland. 11 WOULD anvone knowing or hearing the where- I abouts of Allan Abbott in the Merchant Navy in last two years, please communicate W. N. Abbott.—Write s. 2207, Star. 13 it P.M.—Many happy returns, dear.—Bed-time Story. x 11 DEAR.—I JUST CAN'T GO ON WITHOUT YOU. Don't want the things, want you. Never been home since you left me in Newmarket. Meet me Great South Road Junction 10 o'clock to-night, otherwise I will go on to the Bay. Still all my love.—D. xll HE LP OUR SERVICE WOMEN. An Appeal is made for Voluntary Workers to help at the Swan Club, the Club for Serviccwomen of the Army. Navy, Air Force and Land Service. Especial appeal to ex-servicewomen and relatives of girls In the services.—Phone 41-664, W.W.S.A.. or call Swan Club J _second_floor. Queen's Arcade. 11 THE COMMITTEE OF THE AUCKLAND AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY (Inc.) wishes to thank all those who kindly auditioned for parts in the Society's forthcoming production of "KATINKA" and to advise them that the casting of the principal parts is now completed. CLOTHING FOR BABIES AND EXPECTANT MOTHERS MOST URGENTLY NEEDED. Also we require Furniture. Clothing and Footwear of all kinds for Men. Women and Children. Warm Clothing. In particular, and O.S. Clothing will be gratefully received. Rags and pieces' of Material for Mat Making. Books and Magazines 1 —anything for which you have no further use. Antiques. Spectacles. Crockery. Blankets. Household Linen. Floor Coverings, etc.. will be thankfully received at the METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. 2. Airedale St.. Auckland. C.l. A. EVERIL ORR. Superintendent. Phone 45-704. We Collect. 11 THE PUBLIC HEALTH GROUP OF THE N.Z. REGISTERED NURSES' ASSOCIATION (AUCKLAND) Desires ,to express its Thanks to all who by I donations in money or kind or by their support helped to make the recent Paddy's Market such After payment of all expenses, amounting to £39 1/, a sum of £362 12/3 has been handed to the Auckland Residential Nursery Society. Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Reginald P. V. Hayter. who so ably helped to organise the Appeal and Market, and to the Band of the N.Z. Institute for the Blind, and Mr. Limpus and Mr. Broadribb who gave their services for the cause. (Mrs.) E. K. GICK, Secretary. 11 ss _ I l E ?i s O^ A l'- S DETECTIVES — Australasian Private Detective Agency; confidential inquiries; latest equipment: results guaranteed.—Phone 62-881. xll HEARING AIDS, Western Electric. Your guarantee for hearing happiness. Free test. Terms arranged.—For appointment. Phone 32-320, Charles Begg and Co.. Ltd.. 112. Queen St.. Auckland. 11 NOW is the time to think about your New Spring Millinery: take advantage of our Retrimming and Refreshening Service. —Bring your Hats to Vanity Hat Shop, next Selfrldges, 140, Karangahape Rd. 1 11 ' ULTRA VIOLET INFRA-BED RAY, two Lamps In 1 one. Professional size. Just landed from U.S.A., • guaranteed.—Phone 32-320. Charles Begg and Co.. : Ltd. , 11 SITUATIONS WANTED • ALTO SAX. PLAYER wishes joint small dance ■ band, half old-time; car, gas producer.—Ring : 64-514. 11 CLOTHING PRESSER, all-round, wants Work; able take charge.—Wages and conditions, S. 2262. • Star. xll' ■ CUTTER-DESIGNER seeks position, Coats. Frocks, . Suits.—Write B.J. 0162, Star. xll 1 DISCHARGED SERVICEMAN wants position essential industry as Lorry Driver; 10 years' i experience general carrier.—Mr. X, 1956, Star. 11 EX-AIRMA - " Grade 111., requires quiet position : hi_ City; willing.—H, 1440, Star. 11 GARDENER, experienced, all-round gardening.— GardenaM 1607, Star. 11 GIRL rmiVER seeks Position, anywhere, knowledge of City and suburbs.—Write B.J. 0137, Star. _ 11 ' HOUSEKEEPER, refined, requires position, own mislrefs^— F. I7s3._Star. x_l3 HOUSEKEEPER," reliable, good plain cook. nurs. ; exper., small remun., child.— 2038, Star_. 11 1 HOUSEKEEPER, "refined, considerate, adults, child school; 35/ per week.—Write S. 2052, Star. 11 ■ HOUSEKEEPER, City, Suburbs. 1 or 2 adults; son 18 assist gardening week-end: own mistress. small wage.—Phone 26-726. 11 LADY, young, capable, for Theatre Stall or Milk Bar.—S. 1925, STAR. 11 LADY, 28, good sewer, quick to learn, desirer. Position, congenial millinery workroom. —S. 2109. Star. . 11 MAN, thoroughly experienced, seeks position as , Bar Manager of Hotel.—Write S. 2329. Star. x! 4 ; MOTOR MECHANIC, is years' experience, electric and oxy. welding, capable taking charge, wants • Position, with accommodation.—Write B.G. 0979, Star. xll ■ PAINTER, returned soldier wants work, evenings. ; week-ends, urgently.—Tradesman. F. 1750. Star. xl 3 ' TECH. GIRLS (2) want Positions during Holidays. Write B.J. 0165, STAR. xll : TELEPHONE OPERATOR, competent, 4 years' experience In armed forces, desires Position: refs. M. 9863, Star. ill TRAVELLING SALESMAN, own car; guarantee good results for good line.—Write F. 1738. Star. 11 WASHING or Cleaning, by day.—Write S. 20"50. Star. 11 WORKING MAN, conscientious worker, desires Light Permanent Work.—S. 191, Star. I_l QUANTITY SURVEYOR. A fully qualified Quantity Surveyor with ' managerial experience and with extensive knowledge of Estimating. Costing, etc., for all classes • of Buildings, desires an Executive Position with ■ Progressive Building Firm. Not liable military • service. Excellent testimonials. Reply "Quantity Surveyor," C/O J. ILOTT, LIMITED, ADVERTISING, P.O Box 1491, Wellington. :11 i PUPILS WANTED ABOUT DRIVING Appointments—Learn Professionally and economically. Licenses obtained. Cars, provided.—Letghton Driving School, Ph. 63-134. D 4 AUCKLAND SCHOOL OF MOTORING, estab. 1938". Thorough rapid tuition, including traffic. Latest Cars 941. Phone 16-308. D 4 " AUTOMOBILE DRIVING—Expert Rapid Tuition. Cars provided.—Consult Kiwi Motor Driving • Academy. Phone 20-940. D 4 • ELOCUTION, qualified Lady Teacher.—Ring 61-135. MOTOR DRIVING, B. A. Mayhlll, late Association 1 Inspector, cai^provided.—Phone 20-644. xll THE DE GUISE SCHOOL, Professional Chambers, 1 High Street. Box 2014, Auckland, Elocution. Public bpenkir* Dramatic Art. A. Mickle, principal: interviews. Mon„ Tues., Fri., 12.30 to L3O. 1J i "pa'ijtxkkships, FINANCIAL, ETC. FIRST MORTGAGE MONEY'. — Norwich Union Lit- Insurance Society (inc. in Eng.), HAS MONEY TO LEND ON IST MORTGAGE. 1 Amounts £500 and Upwards. Lowest Current Interest Rates. For information apply AUCKLAND OFFICE, • 2Q2-204, South British Building, Shortland St. S : NEWMARKET FINANCE CO., Above Smith & Caughey's. Newmarket. ' We are daily Advising and Assisting Intending > Buyers and Sellers. Partners, etc. If you are in - need of Sound Business Advice call on us first 3 s
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945
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