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. amusements Four Sessions To-day: 11.0, 2.0 5.0 and 8 p.m. and all week. REGENT J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd. PLANS DAILY 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M. Plans to Sat; Available * Universal Pictures Present ** One and « = TechnicOlour Triumph She's Positively Radiant, a Treat for Eyes and Eais. DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN And Two Handsome Men in Her Life ROBT. PAIGE — DAVID BRUCE creatine 'the Love Story in the Colourful Gold-rush Days of California. "CAN'T HELP SINGING" " CAN'T HELP SINGING And How She Sings those Lovely Songs with Her Rich, Thrilling Voicel Original Melodies by JEROME KERN. Approved for Universal Exhibition. PLANS AT REGENT — PHONE 32-888 VIII |lllllllHI!l!ll!illllllillilWI |lllilJl II V |i I j STRAND | | '1:1 iiilllilllllllllllllllMlllllllljll j I JJ ,j j Uireciion: civic Theatre. Ltd. 11 »JI 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. LAST 2 DAYS 20th Century Fox Presents " WINGED VICTORY" " WINGED VICTORY " Over two hours packed with Glamour, Heartthrobs, Laughter and Thrills. Also MIGHTY MOUSE CARTOON CAPITULATION OP BERLIN, BATTLE FOR OKINAWA, LIBERATION OF OSLO. Approved for Universal Exhibiting FRIDAY NEXT— 20th CENTURY FOX PRESENTS " SUNDAY DINNER FOR A SOLDIER" , WITH Anne Baxter John Hodiak CHARLES WINNIGER, ANNE REVERE. A LOVE STORY THAT WILL WARM EVERY LONELY HEART AND THRILL EVERY HAPPY ONE. " SUNDAY • DINNER " SUNDAY.. DINNER FOR A FOR A »•, _ SOLDIER " SOLDIER " PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. BOOK NOvV. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's "THIS HAPPY BREED." " VICTORY FOLLIES" THE YOUTH SHOW. AT 8 P.M. LEWIS EADY HALL Last Performance To-night

Farewell to 30 All-Youth Talented Singers, Musicians, Dancers and Comedians In the Brightest Show of the year. F'raser Daly (N.Z.'s Bing Crosby), Dollie Missen (Producer and Soubrette), Arthur Skelton ana •■Jamsters" (9 top musicians), "Hoofers" (It Star Dancers), Syd. Jackson (Compere), Leigh Westbrook (Comedian), Don Le Bas (Bobby Breen s rival). REFRESHING! HILARIOUS! DIFERENT! Tickets on sale from 7 p.m. Book Free (day time) Lewis Eady, Ltd. PRICE 2/3,. 2/3, 2/3. 18 Bill METROPOLE ill TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND. ' Vocalist, Vesta Sylvia. Milk Bar. Supper. Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN, Director. i THE AUCKLAND CO-OPERATIVE TERMINATING BUILDING ' \ SOCIETY Notice \Js hereby given that an Appropriation Meeting will be held at the Society's Office, cc-vnf- of W iilesljy Street West and Albert Street, Auckland, ai WEDNESDAY, July 25. 1945, at 7.15 p.m. wherA Appropriations as under will be allotted: — BALLOTS of\ £400 Each—ln Groups 36, 39, 40, 45, 49, 5V BALLOTS Of S 800 Each—ln Groups 63, 66, 72, 75. BALLOTS of £fSOO Each—ln Groups 101, 103, 110. SALE of £400 —In Group 57. SALES of fißOO^Each —In Groups 60, 61, 62, 68, 71, 74, 76. SALES, of £600 Ei'.ch —In Groups 103, 107, 109, 113, 115, 116. v. Toi'AL £ 17,003. NOTE: Share Rasters for all the above Groups must be close*! at 5 p.m. on MONDAY, J,iiv i 3, wnicli, under\Kule 95, is the Last. Day on" which Shareholders, can make their f.-hares "Financial." Shareholrta s will assist by making their payments early in'Vhe month. THE AUCKLAND CO-OPERATIVE TERMINATING BUILDING SOCIETY. V.C.WILLIAMSON, Sec. P.O. Box 578. Phone 41-162. 18 OKGAN RECITAL S PIM. SUNDAY. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, Stands street. Soloist: Mrs. S. Carr. T. F. SAVAGE, L.K.S.M. 18

OPEN LETTER TO OPEN LETTER TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR CITY COUNCILLORS, MEMBERS OF LOCAL BODIES, AND CITIZENS OF AUCKLAND. You are cordially invited to come and hear a public statement of the League's case against the BROWN'S ISSLAND SCHEME BROWN'S I S\L AND SCHEME You have heard and a lot about what we are supposed to think—now come and hear THE FACTS for yoursselves. Is the present scheme out of date, dangerous and wasteful? What are'the alternatives? THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE MUST PREVAIL THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE MUST PREVAIL LEWIS EADY HALL, MONDAY, JULY 23, 7.45 P.M. LEWIS EADY HALL, MONDAY, JULY 23, 7.45 P.M. AUCKLAND & SUBURBAN DRAINAGE LEAGUE, Inc., Rew's Chambers, 15, Queen Street. Phones: 40-353 42-797 49-636

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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