. AMUSEMENTS Terrifying! Weird! Chilling! HORROR WEEK' BELA LUGOSI in "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man" Paralysing, Terrifying, Amazing to-night — to-night XroxyN a VavonX / roxy \ / avon \ ( continuous I N ( corner of ) V ' 11 / \ Gt - North Rd. / \ 2 J T\ \ & Ponsonby Rd. / V S / \ To-night at / \. 7.30^/ D rection: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. . „ TWICE AS GRIM! A HUNDRED TIMES MORE TERRIFYING! A MIGHTY MONSTER RUNNING AMOK! A CKILL-SHATTERING BATTLE! "FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN" With BELA LUGOSI — LON CHANEY BELA LUGOSI — LON CHANEY Recommended by Censor for Adults and Most Unsuitable for Children. No. 2 — STAR FEATURE — No. 2 No. 2 — STAR FEATURE — No. 2 A WITCH OF THE WILDS! PRIMEVAL PRIESTESS OF A TEMPLE OF TERROR! AS QUICK ON THE KISS AS THE KILL "COBRA WOMAN" "COBRA WOMAN" IN EXOTIC TECHNICOLOUR With MARIA MONTEZ — JON HALL and SABU. Recommended by Censor for Adults. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece. NOEL COWARD'S "This Happy Breed"
Qm A PpTTi DEVONPORT. Phone 70-101 OiAlJj To-night. Fri. & Sat. at 7.30 She Dared Not Whisper! She hated the life she lived • • • Hate followed her . . . Death shadowed her . . . Scorn and scandal made her loveliness a curse . . . Because of a secret. ANNA NEAGLF. — RICHARD GREENE * "YELLOW CANARY" & LINDA DARNELL — JACK OAKIE * "SWEET AND LOWDOWN" AND N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. fjmA rpTp ONEHUNGA. Phone 54-344 O X ii. 1 th To-night. Fri. & Sat. at 7.45 LESLIE HOWARD Presents ROSAMUND JOHNS — STEWART GRANGER * "THE LAMP STILL BURNS" & JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES * "TALL IN THE SADDLE" DTJTMPTTCQ DOMINION RD. Ph. 61-439 r^XVliNUlliOO To . n]gnfci Fri . & sat. at 7.45 BETTY GRABI.E — GEO. MONTGOMERY "CONEY ISLAND" &, JEANNE CRAIN — FRANK LATIMER t "in the Meantime, Darling" "DTTT'AT PONSONBY RD. Ph. 26-940 XvXJVjr.ft-.LI Finally To-night at 7.45 CHAS. BOYER — BARBARA STANWYCK t "FLESH AND FANTASY" & LEON ERROL — HARRIET KILLIARD * "GALS, INCORPORATED" A TITTT "PTJT RICHMOND AV. Ph. 27-235 J\UHjLiXr XXX To _ n ight, Fri. & Sat. at 7.30 ALL IN TECHNICOLOUR. ROGER LIVESEY — ANTON WALBROOK "The Life and Death of COLONEL BLIMP" + Denotes Recommended by Censor for Adults. » Denotes Approved for Universal Exhibition. " MEETINGS ■ THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO., LTD. Notice is hereby given that the Ordinary General Meeting of The New Zealand Insurance Company, Limited, will be held at the registered office of the Company. Queen Street. Auckland, on TUESDAY, August 14, 1945. at 12 noon, for the purpose of receiving the Directors' Report and Balance-sheet for the Twelve months ended May 31 1945; for the election of two Directors in the room of Sir James Gunson and Mr. C. Morton Smith, who retire by rotation, but are eligible and cfler themselves for re-election; and for the election of Auditors. The Transfer Books of this Company will be closed from the 31st instant to the 13th proximo, both days inclusive, preparatory to payment of dividend. Dated at Auckland this 24th day of July. 1945. By Order of the Board p r baker> 28 General Manager. WAR WIDOWS* ASSOCIATION (incorporated) First General Meeting to be held in 2nd N.Z.E.F. CLUBROOMS, Second Floor, Queen's Arcade, FRIDAY, July 27, at 7.30 p.m. 26 MARY KIRK, Secretary. EDUCATIONAL. " OPPORTUNITY IS ' KNOCKING ALL THE TIME FOR THE MAN WHO QUALIFIES IN ACCOUNTANCY. There are plenty of responsible positions becoming available every day for the specialised man. Are you qualified to fill , them and so join the ranks of the high salaried executives? If not, then qualify in Accountancy. But make sure you qualify in the shortest time by enrolling with Hemingway's, the foremost and most' highly skilled Accountancy Coaches in the Dominion. Write to-day for Free Book "Accountancy," to: HEMINGWAY'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS. P.O. Box 516, Auckland. B ART UNIONS MANGERE EAST SERVICES' QUEEN.—Result Gracie Fields draw. Winner: Mrs. Yates. Karaka. Papakura. ticket No. 9290. . 26 PARTNERSHIPS, FINANCIAL, ETC. COMPANY, newly formed, requires more Capital for further developments: limited number of ' shares available.—Write B.G. 0497. Star. 26, RARE opportunity for Investor in new concern.— For particulars write P.O. Box 197. Auckland. 26 SHARES AND DEBENTURES SHARES (5). Northern Co-op. Building, group 45, for sale; £28 10/ paid up; what offers? —Hatch, phone 40-694 (business hours). X 27
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