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AMUSEMENTS All To-night's Reservations Are Booked EMBASSY J. C. Williamson's Intimate Theatre. WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public Library) PLANS AT EMBASSY. Phone 32-660 TO-DAY — TO-NIGHT 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 RAY MILLAND RAY MILLAND In Paramount Picture's " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " A ROMANCE AS BEAUTIFUL AS IT IS THRILLING BARBARA BRITTON BARBARA BRITTON — ALSO SCREENING — TECHNICOLOUR MUSICAL PARADE. " BONNIE LASSIE " TECHNICOLOUR PUPPETOON CARTOON SPORTLIGHT "FURLOUGH FISHING." Recommended by Censor lor Adults. I rnTTr\Ap f cinema :: remuera I 1 UJJUXv I Ph. 24-749. To-night at 8. DEANNA DURBIN, GENE KELLY And Gladys George in Somerset Maugham's " CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY Sparkling and Dramatic Story. ALSO: MARCH OF TIME, Latest Newsreels, Eagle v. Dragon (exciting novelty), etc. Recommended by Censor for Adults. I n A TTTrpvHf cinema :: takapuna J Lr-fxJLJIj J. X I Ph. 78-465. To-night at 8. Robert Donat and Valerie Hobson in the British Spy Drama *• ADVENTURES OF TARTU " Full Programme. Recommended by Censor for Adults. | AVONDALEI Betty Grible and Victor Mature in "SONG OF THE ISLANDS," all in colour. Also "NIGHT INVADER" Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. fSTRANDI ° " P » lo f, n.™ ° A Finally To-night at 8. Lana Turner, Robert Young " SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS " "THE SCARLET CLAW" Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. "CONCENTRATION CAMP ATROCITIES" A Horror Film. Suitable for Adults Only. 1 BIRKENHEAD] FOB H ™ Charles Laughton, Binnie Barnes in 44 THE MAN FROM DOWN UNDER " Hearty in Humour, Rich in Romance. Recommended by Censor for Adults. fAMFASSADOR] £ SrSZ Margaret O'Brien, James Craig, Martha Hunt in "LOST ANGEL" Here's Romance Packed With Laughter and Tears ''Jack Benny, Priscilla Lane and Rochester in " The Meanest Man In Town " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. I T TT3 FPTTP - 1 p A R N E' L L 1 j Phone 43-789 TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Kathryn Grayson. Gene Kelly in 44 THOUSANDS CHEER " Approved for Universal Exhibition. Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard in 44 THE CAT AND THE CANARY " Recommended by Censor for Adults. ■\kw koval TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Deanna Durbin. Franchot Tone in •• HIS BUTLER'S SISTER " Approved for Universal Exhibition. Chester Morris, Nancy Kelly in 44 TORNADO " Recommended .by Censor for Adults. I I TCTNT'cTI northcote I JVXIN VJ P ) Phono 18-455 and 27-943 Ann Baxter and Thomas Mitchell and the Five Sullivan Boys in 44 THE SULLIVANS " This Is a true story, not a war picture. Universal. MEETINGS AUCKLAND MANUFACTURERS' ASSN. (INC.). i ADDRESS BY GEO. W. CLINK ARD, ESQ., United Kingdom Representative of New Zealand Ministry of Supply. A cordial invitation is extended to all members, and their executive to attend a general meeting at THE CONCERT CHAMBER. TOWN HALL. On TUESDAY. JULY 17, 1945, at 7.45 p.m. Mr. Clinkard will be the guest of honour, and at the conclusion of his address on supply problems will hold a question period. Members requiring information on specific supply matters are requested to advise the Secretary urgently. Dilworth Building. J. R. DON, 16 Secretary. BRIAN KNIGIIT HOSTEL AND CLINIC, Controlled by the Institute for Remedial Education. Inc. Financial and other help needed in the work of caring lor "problem" children, delinquents, estranged husbands and wives, and others whose difficulties can be helped by modern psychological treatment. The official bulletin of the Institute, "Guidance," telling of tlTe work, post free 4d from the Honorary Secretary, P.O. Box 423. Auckland. Next meeting of the Institute. FRIDAY. July 20. Sunday Scbccl Union Hall, above Town Hall, at 8 p.m. Speaker, Brian Kniglit. 8.A.. Din.Ed. Subject: "The Practical Treatment of the Problem Child." ;19 NEW ZEALAND NATIONAL PARTY. ROSKILL ELECTORATE. The Mount Albert Branch announces the first! of a series of addresses arranged for the winter months dealing with subjects of universal interest. PROFESSOR A. G. DAVIS Will Speak on "THE FUTURE OF WORLD SECURITY" At B P.M. on THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1945, At ST. LUKE'S HALL, MORNINGSIDE. Come and Hear This Outstanding Speaker. ALL WELCOME. 14 AUCKLAND RACING CLUB (Inc.). ANNUAL MEETING. The Annual Meeting of Members will be held at the Club Rooms, 97, Shortland Street on MONDAY, AUGUST 13 next. NOMINATIONS ror the Offices of President. Vice-president and FIVE Committeemen. ALSO THREE Stewards must be deposited with the undersigned by 4 p.m. on MONDAY, JULY 23. W. S. SPENCE, Secretary. 97, Shortland Street. ;21 CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. NEW AWARD AND APPRENTICESHIP RATES. Members of the Auckland Branch of the N Z Carpenters and Joiners ard Joiners' Machinists' Industrial Lnion of Workers, and Apprentices, are invited to attend a Meeting to be held in the Trades Hall, Hobson Street, on SUNDAY July 15, at 10 a.m. BUSINESS: To hear an explanation of the amendments to the Carpenters' Award and Apprenticeship Older. R. STANLEY, Secretary. N.Z. HOME SERVICEMEN'S ASSOCIATION (AUCKLAND BRANCH), INC.. An Extraordinary General Meeting of Members will be held in the Club Rooms. Swanson Street, on TUESDAY. July 17, at, 8 p.m. BUSINESS: Consideration of remits for Annual Conference; Nominations for Dcminion Officers and Dominion Councillors. Financial Members only entitled to vote. Subscriptions for 1945-46 are due and should be paid promptly at the Club Rooms. W. J. MOORE, ±2 ! Secretary. THE TRADE UNIONISTS' FORUM. TRADES HALL, HOBSON STREET SUNDAY. JULY 15. 7.30 P.M Speaker: MR. BEN THORNE. Subject: "THE ORIGIN AND GROWTH OF THE TRADE UNION MOVEMENT." AH Trade Unionists, their Wives and Friends Invited. R. JONES. ii Hon. Secretary. NEWMARKET RETURNED SERVICES* CLUB. The Quarterly Meeting will be held in the Clubrooms, Newmarket, on MONDAY. July 16 at 8 p.m. sharp. 14 F. J. BATES. Hon. Sec. WESLEY COLLEGE OLD BOYS' ASSOCIATION A Meeting will be held at the Y.M.C.A., Auckland, on JULY 20, at 7.30 p.m. Business: Election of Officers; Roll-of-Honour and general. - :1 4 CHRISTIAN SOCIALISM—Outdoor Meeting Sunday afternoon. 2.30 p.m.. corner Symon'ds St and East St. Financial and Commercial Confldence Tricks. 14

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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