Theatre. Watch lor later announcements. Sessions: 4.40, 7.45 p.m. JIIIIIIIIIIH Phone 43-210 |||j||!||[!l A Bousing, Glorious Action Drama of the Navy's A iwusue, torlous BHmp Br ig ad e. Now . . MEET THE OLD GAS BAG I WALLACE BEERY : WALLACE BEERY Beery in Action . . Beery in Trouble . . «s the Biggest Liar on the Seven Seas . . witn Tom Drake — Jan Clayton IN "THIS MAN'S NAVY" "THIS MAN'S NAVY" Approved tor Universal Exhibition. Also: A Gripping Drama of a Man who Stands Accused of trying to Buy his Own Death. Donald Barry — Dale Evans "THE WEST SIDE KID" "THE WEST SIDE KID" Recommended as Unsuitable for Children. V Illllllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllllll lIIV |i STRAND I || iiiiililllllllllllllllljlillllllllllllll I) i Direction: Civic Theatre. Ltd. 1111 I 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 ' TELEPHONE 43-114. 20th Century Fox Presents " WINGED VICTORY " "WINGED VICTORY" • "WINGED VICTORY" " WINGED VICTORY " " WINGED VICTORY " THRILLS THRILLS LAUGHTER LAUGHTER ROMANCE , . . ROMANCE PVT. LON JEANNE McCallister Craine Stars of "Home in Indiana" SEE THEM NOW IN THE HEART-THROBBING " WINGED VICTORY " Broadway Stage Sensation winged to the screen by Stars from the U.S. Army Air Corps. Over two hours packed with Glamour, Heartthrobs, Laughter and Thrills. Also MIGHTY MOUSE CARTOON CAPITULATION OP BERLIN, BATTLE FOR OKINAWA, LIBERATION OP OSLO. PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE, IT IS ADVISABLE TO BOOK. Approved for Universal Exhibition. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED." TOWN HALL An Historic Event J. and N. Tait, in association with J. C. Williamson's, Have the Honour to Present GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS England's Most Beloved Sweetheart TWO GRAND GALA CONCERTS TWO GRAND GALA CONCERTS MONDAY, JULY 30 MONDAY, JULY 30 AND TUESDAY, JULY 31 TUESDAY, JULY 31 GUINEA SEATS GUINEA SEATS GUINEA SEATS GUINEA SEATS Available at Lewis Eady, Ltd. The whole of the" net proceeds are to be donated by Grscie Fields, J. and N. Tait and J. C. Williamson's, for the benefit of wounded and disabled members of the Army, Navy and Air Force New Zealand personnel and.or thsir dependents. 1111111 -ME TRO POLE j|| eVeRY TUESDAY NIGHT. BERT PETERSON'S BAND. Plays Your Popular Numbers and Requests. Milk Bar. Supper. Lucky Number Dances. Six Cash Prizes. Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN, Director. "VICTORY FOLLIES" (The Youtti Show) LEWIS EADY HALL. Last Night's Show a Terrific Success! Book Free for TO-NIGHT and WEDNESDAY. Hear Fraser Daly (Crooner), Terry Williams (Trumpet), Dollie Missen (Producer) and 30 Others. Tickets on Sale from 7 p.m. 17 MEETINGS . THE NAVY LEAGUE. The Annual General Meeting of the Auckland Branch of the Navy League will be held' at the Navy League Work Centre, 31, Elliott Street, on MONDAY, July 23, 1945, at 8 p.m. Business: To Receive Annual Report and Balance-sheet; Election of Officers. ADDRESS: Upon the conclusion of the above business, COMMANDER W. A. F. HAWKINS, D.ti.O., 0.8. E., D.5.C. and Bar, R.N., will deliver an address. Supper. 17 .••'., S. C. JOHNSTON, Sec. PENSIONERS' ASSOCIATION "Better Thought" 'Meeting, WEDNESDAY NEXT at 2 p.m. DRUIDS' HALL. Newton. That which is helpful—Song, Music. Speaker: Mrs. Turner, J.P. "To-day the World Needs Our Best." What is yours? 17 T. H. MEGANN, Organiser. "A MODERN VIEW OF PENAL REFORM." Addresses by Messrs. C. L. Gillies and Rev. G. E. Moreton, at the SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION HALL, 325, Queen Street (above Town Hall), THURSDAY, July 19, 8 p.m. Auspices: Howard League for Prison Reform. Members and Friends cordially welcome. 18
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