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WHY is it that of so many who are an xious to serve the country's need so few are prepared to register that anxiety? There are a number of kinds ,of war service women can do. . There is enlisted service in the
W.A.A.F. or the Women's Army, in ? the nursing services, or in V.A. De tachments called up for service. There are also V.A.Ds which do part-time service and Emergency Corps, and various forms of auxili ary work. But still are many wondering 'what can I do ?' You can't find out by guessing, or trying several and trying to judge for yourself which is the most worthy. ? ? All women unenlisted or not so far interested in some form of work ? should register with the Women's Voluntary National Service. By so doing they are not committed to work full time for nothing, on de mand. They cannot be recruited for the women's army, for instance, unless first registered with the W.N.V.R. Profitable war service employ - ment as well as voluntary work can be secured through the Volun tary Register, which has its office in Victoria House, St. George's Terrace, Perth; or through the Women's Australian National Ser vice you can get work to release ' men for war service or training for war service. The W.A.N.S. office is in Cecil Buildings, Sherwood Court, Perth.