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No. 13 (December 1955)
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From the Past comes your Future

The seed, the sapling, the tree,
The axe and the mill …
To plan, to plant, to grow,
To harvest green riches,

… This is part of your inheritance, this is part of New Zealand's prosperity, of her greatness. And just as trees, their seeds sown decades and even centuries ago, are part of New Zealand's future, so, too, can they be a major part of your personal future. Boys and girls, enquire now about a career in the Vacancies for junior Woodsmen, Clerical and Draughting Cadets are advertised in the newspapers every September. Meantime, have a talk with your Careers Master or Vocational Guidance Officer, or write direct to the Staff Training Officer, N.Z. Forest Service, P.O. Box 894, Wellington, for more information.


FOR BOYS—there are fine, worthwhile, rewarding careers: In the field, as Woodsmen, Foresters and Forest Rangers: In the office, as Clerical Officers and Draughtsmen.

FOR GIRLS—here is the opportunity to combine indoor and outdoor interest by doing clerical or draughting work.