. AMPSiSaiFfXTB TERRIFYING. WiilßD! CHILLING! HORROR WEEK! .. ra BELA LUGOBI in E v^^ lN MEETS ™ E WOLP MA *" PARALYSING, TERRIFYING, AMAZING TO-NIGHT - TO-NIGHT ©A / AVON \ N ( Come- ol I I Gt. North Rd. / rj k & Ponsonby Rd. / \To-night at/ Direction: Amalgamated \ Theatres, Ltd. A HUNDRED TIMES ' MCRe" TERRIFYING! A MIGHTY MONSTER E.UNNING AMOK! A CHILL-SHATTERI.SIG BATTLE! "FRANKENSTEIN MEETS , THE WOLF MAN" With BELA LUGOSI — LON CHANEY BELA LUGOSI — LON CHANEY Hecommended 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 KISiS AS THE KILL "COBRA WOMAN" "COBRA WOMAN" IN EXOTIC TECHNIICOLOUR With MARIA MONTEZ —• JON HALL and SABU. Recommended by Ceniior for Adults. AVON PATRONS NOTENEW JUNGLE SERIAL "TIM TYLER'S LUCK" SCREENS TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY MATINEE AND SATURDAY NIGHT. Don't Miss One Chapter of this Thrilling New Serial. Qrp a rptri devonport. Phone 70-101 O 11\ IHi To-nig:it & Sat. at 7.30 She Dared Not Whisper! She hated the life she lived . . • Hate followed her . . . Death nhadowed her . . . Scorn and scandal made her loveliness a curse . . . Because of a secret. ANNA NEAGLE — RICHARD GREENE • "YELLOW CANARY" LINDA DARNELL — JACK OAKIE • "SWEET AND LOWDOWN" AND N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 Comedy. Magic Carpet, Nisws, Novelty, and "Yellow Canary' rtm A TITT» ONEHUNGA. Phone 54-344 01/IIJ-lJ To-night & Sat. at 7.45 LESLIE HOWARD Presents ROSAMUND JOHNS — ETKWART GRANGER • "THE LAMP STILL BURNS" & JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES • "TALL IN THE SADDLE" Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 Leon Errol Comedy. Sports. Community Sing, News. Interest, and "Tall in the Saddle" "DO TXT DOMINION RD. Ph. 61-439 .rKIIM OHi&O & sat. at 7.45 BETTY GRABLE — GEO. MONTGOMERY "CONEY ISLAND" & JEANNE CRAIN — FRANK LATIMER t "In the Meantime, Darling" Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 Cartoon, Comedy, News, Novelty. Interest and "Coney, Island" t>PP AT PONSONBY RD. Ph. 26-940 JIVHiVJ/J-J-I To-niglit & Sat. at 7.45 GRANT TAYLOR — GEORGE WALLACE • "RATS OF TOBRUK" & DENIS DAY — ANN SHIRLEY • "MUSIC IN MANHATTAN" Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 , "Jlicker Flashbacks," "This ;:s America," Sports, News. Novelty, and "Rats of Tobruk" A niTT T>TJT RICHMOND AV. Ph. 27-235 AUiliLlJrXll To .. n ig nt & sat. at 7.30 .ALL IN TECHNICOLOUR. ROGER LIVESEY — ANTON WALBROOK "The Life and Death of COLONEL BLIMP" Western Matinee, Saturday, 1.30 Cartoon. Serial. News. Novelty, Interest, and "Lone Star Pioneers" I t Denotes Recommended by Censor for Adults. • Denotes Approved for Universal Exhibition. • PUBLIC NtmCES AUCKLAND MACHINERY AND ENGINEERING SUPPLIES MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY CLOSING. ||— Commencing SATURDAY, August 4. the following firms- will be CLOSED ON SATURDAY MORNINGS:— t 3. H. BUCKLAND AND CO., LTD. JOHN BURNS AND CO.. LTD. . JOHN CHAMBERS AND SON. LTD. A. R. CHRISTIAN. LTD. A. FOSTER AND CO., LTD. FRIAR. RICHARDS AND U*TON. KIDD. GARRETT, LTD. R. P. M. MANNING AND CO. MORRIS. BLACK AND" MATHESON, LTD. JAS J. NIVEN AND CO.. LTD. CHARLES PALMER AND CO., LTD. GEOFFREY M. SHORTT, LTD. SWINNOCK AND CO.. LTD. H. A. TUCK AND CO.. LTD. 28 AUCKLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL ELECTION OF TWO MEMBERS BY PARENTS Notice Is hereby given that JESSIE ISABEL 'HETHERINGTON (Miss), ar.d DAVID ' SUMNER were the Two Successful Candidates in the recent election of Parents' Members of the Auckland Grammar School Board. M. E. McKAY. Returning Officer. July 26, 1945. ', 27 AUCKLAND OPERATIVE BOOTMAKERS INDUSTRIAL UNION OF WORKERS IMPORTANT. ALL MEMBERS ARE INSTRUCTED TO RESUME NORMAL PRODUCTION IMMEDIATELY. (Signed) A. H. COOPER. 27 Secretary.
WELLINGTON HOSPITAL BOARD SILVERSTREAM HOSPITAL NURSING AIDES * The Wellington- Hospital Board, having received thepermission of the Nurses' and Midwives , Registration Board to establish a TRAINING SCHOOL FOR' AIDES, invites applications from the following groups. A. Girls who desire to take tip Nursing as a career for training at the above-mentioned Training School for Nursing Aides. B. Voluntary Aides who have already done all or part of 6000 hours' duty in a general hospital. C. Voluntary Aides at present doing duty in a general hospital. D. Pupil Nurses who have done two years' training in a general hospital and who have passed the Nursing Section of the State Preliminary Examination. E. State Registered Nursing Aides. The period of training for those with no previous experience is two years, and may be commenced at 17 years of age. The first six months will be largely devoted to domestic science, and thereafter domestic and elementary nursing duties of a practical nature. In addition to doctors 1 lectures, tuition in nursing technique, nutrition and domestic duties will be given throughout the course of training oy fully qualified Tutor Sisters and Dietitians. Applicants who have already done 6000 hours' duty in a general hospital will be able to sit for the first State Nursing Aides' Examination held after their appointment. Those who are at present doing duty in a general hospital will be given credit for the period of duty already performed. Pupil Nurses with two years training In a general hospital, and who have passed the Nursing Section of the State Preliminary Examination, wijl be granted a Concession of one year towards the period of training for a Nursing Aide. Registered Aides, who desire to proceed to take their general training, will be cranted a concession oi one year towards the three years and three months training required of General Nui'Ees. Per Annum Salary: Aides in training .. Ist year £66 10/ 2nd year £76 10/ Registered Aides .. Ist year £116 10/ 2nd year £126 10/ With Free Board, Residence and Laundry. The Usual Uniforms and Overalls are also provided. SUverstream Hospiuil Is situated in delightful country surroundings, and offers ideal conditions under which to train for the Nursing Profession. It is at the same time handy to Wellington by train and bus. Applications should oe made to th« Matron-ln-Chiel. Wellington Hospital stating age snd particulars of experience, if any. Copies of two recent testimonials should be lorwarded. one of which. In the case of registered and trained applicants, should be from the Matron of the School in which the applicant did her training Intending applicants and parents may Interview the Matron-in-Chief at the Wellington Hospital. J. B. I. COOK, SECRETARY.
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