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— — —a a 2 Outstanding Features — 2 TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! © A /AVOIK Z f AVON \ N corner ol 1 \ at. North Rd. I ]T) \ & Ponsonby Rd. J \To-nlght at/ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. Howard Hawk's Mighty Production "CORVETTE K225" ROTJGH RIDERS OF THE ATLANTIC "CORVETTE K225" the sub. killers "CORVETTE K225" SCOURGE OP THE WOLF PLANE "CORVETTE K225" "CORVETTE K225" With RANDOLPH SCOTT ' JAMES BROWN — ELLA RAINES No. 2 — FEATURE — No. 2 No. 2 — FEATURE — No. 2 ITS A MELODY MELEE, A FUNNIN", FOOLIN' JUBILEE. "SOUTH OF DIXIE" "SOUTH OF DIXIE" "SOUTH OF DIXIE" With ANN GWYNNE — DAVID BRUCE JEROME COWAN- — ELLA MAE MORSE Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. It's coming — England's Masterpiece, NOEL COWARD'S "This Happy Breed." STATE [ TO-NIGHT at H45 ONEHUNGA I Phone 54-344 ' Trouble in Paradise When a big bad Band Leader tries to make love to four Gorgeous Singing Sisters at oncei 8 SONG HITS DOROTHY LAMOUR — FRED MacMURRAY t "AND THE ANGELS SING" & BRUCE EDWARDS —, SHARYN MOFFETT "MY PAL, WOLF" I PRINCESS I TO-NIGHT at H AK I DOMINION ROAD I Phone 61-439 ' The Loudest, Longest Laugh in 20 Years. MARJORIE DENIS GAlt> REYNOLDS O'KEEFE PATRICK MISCHA AUER — CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD, t "UP IN MABEL'S ROOM" & TOM CONWAY — MONA MARIS * "FALCON IN MEXICO" REGAL I TO-NIGHT at <7 AK PONSONBY ROAD I Phone 26-940 ' Laughs! Tunes! Technicolour! ALICE PHIL CARMEN FAYE BAKER MIRANDA Featuring the "King of Swing" BENNY GOODMAN And his "Sweet Swing" Band, Including Edward Everett porton, Charlotte Greenwood, Eugene Pallette, * "The Girls He Left Behind" LOIS ANDREWS —. CHAS. RUGGLES " DIXIE DUGAN " & THE AMAZING, NERVE-SHATTERING "BELSEN HORROR CAMP" Recommended by Censor for Adults and Unsuitable for Children. I ADELPHI I TO-NIGHT at nOA I RICHMOND AV. { Phone 27-235 1 ' OU Fast, Gay, and Charmingly Romantic! To get her Man. she baits her trap with the Wrong Girl, to make sure he's the Right Maul ALAN MARSHALL — LARAINE DAY In the Hilarious Mix-up . . . * "BRIDE BY MISTAKE" JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES * "TALL IN THE SADDLE" & THE AMAZING, NERVE-SHATTERING "BELSEN HORROR CAMP" Recommended by Censor for Adults and Unsuitable for Children. t Denotes Recommended by Censor for Adults. * Denotes Approved for Universal Exhibition. — RIALTO NEWMARKET . SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7.30. OPEN ,TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC AOl WELL AS SERVICEMEN. Proceeds to Charitable Purposes. 2 — BIG FEATURES — 2 PAUL TERRY — WENDY BARRIE " GANGS OF THE CITY " Associate Feature: JAMES ELLISON i— VIRGINIA GILMORE "THE CARTER CASE" Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. ART GALLERY AND old Colonists' museum (Wellesley and Kitchener Streets) ( OPEN DAILY 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m SUNDAY, 2 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. AMISSION FREE. 14 NEW RITZ RESTAURANT 242. QUEEN STREET. Positively the Nicest Place in Town for WEDDINGS, PARTIES, RECEPTIONS AND PRIVATE DANCES Exclusive Catering, Spacious Lounge, Wood Fires, Stage, Grand Piano, etc. Phone 43-284 or Call DUFFY'S MILK BARS, City Chambers, Queen Street, C.l. 14

GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED GIRLS WANTED For LIGHT, INTERESTING WORK LIGHT, INTERESTING WORK IN MODERN FACTORY. First-class Conditions, Canteen, Attractive Luncheon Rooms, Matron and Registered Nurse, Sports Club, Basketball, etc. GOOD WAGES AND BONUS. I | - . I For further information Ring EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, PHONE 24-710 24-711 and 24-712.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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