AMUSEMENTS FUNNIEST SHOW IN TOWN ' Direction: Civic Theatre. Ltd. Four Sessions Daily: 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. Prices: 1/ to 3/4. Deaf Aids Available. Box Plan at Theatre. Phone 30-100. » Heated to 68 degrees. Warner Bros.' Comedy Uproar. Based on the current shortage in domestic help—filled with Surprises, Gaiety. Intrigue JACK CARSON, Jane Wyman — Irene Manning You'll Bounce with Joy when they show you how to "MAKE YOUR OWN BED" "MAKE YOUR OWN BED" Approved for Universal Exhibition. IT'S BEDLAM IN A BEDROOM. George Tobias — Alan Hale Short Features include: "OPERATION PLUTO" (Pipeline Under the Ocean) "AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE" (Damon Runyan's Comedy Thriller; South American Sports In Technicolour. Latest Paramount News. MAURICE CARBINES at the Organ. CIVIC OPEN SUNDAY For Allied Forces in Uniform, Merchant Navy, each of whom may bring a Civilian Friend. DOORS OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW STARTS 7.45 P.M. YOU MAY BUY SUNDAY SEATS NOW. ™5o B 2to Y Final Screening To-night at Eight. Kathryn Grayson, Gene Kelly. John, Mary Astor, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Eleanor Powell, Red Sicelton, etc., in "THOUSANDS CHEER M.G.M.'s Lavish and Gorgeous Musical Extravaganza in Colour 1 Approved for Universal Exhibition. CAPITOL | B Vh„" £.£/ L Last Night 7.45. Last Night 7.45. George Sanders, Virginia Bruce in " ACTION IN ARABIA "*■ Actionful Exciting Spy Drama. Constance Bennett, Brodrick Crawford in " SIN TOWN " Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. 11l » CTAD Ml DOMINION ROAD HI AoIUK HI Phone 61-433 To-night at 7.30. :: Variety Session 7.30-8. Margaret O'Brien, James Craig, Marsha Hunt in "LOST ANGEL" Louise Allbritton, Robert Paige in "HER PRIMITIVE MAN" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. MAr.jH OF TIME, '"Underground Report." 'DTT , Ti I 'PT TTQC! 8T - helier'S IT JilJUXVljiliOO Phone 51-000 '10-night at 8. " KING'S ROW " Starring Ann Sheridan, Robert Cummings, Ronald Reagan and Betty Field. Also Excellent Supporting Programme, kecommcnded by Censor lor Adults. j~ ~ SOUTHERN " CROSS H ELLERSLIE. Finally To-night. " PRIDE AND PREJUDICE " Greer Garsor., Laurence Olivier. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Topical Shorts. MAYFAIR 3 A N "l 1 B n J 32 h a m To-night at 7.30. Jimmy Lyuon, Diana Lynn in " HENRY ALDRICH PLAYS CUPID " Approved lor Universal Exhibition. Also Basil Rathbone in " THE SCARLET CLAW " Recommended by Censor ior Adults. OUTDOOR SPOKTS LEAGUE FOOTBALL CARL AW PARK, SATURDAY WILL JACK HEMi'S GOAL KICKING WIN THE DAY *OK WELLINGTON? 3 P.M.: AUCKLAND v. WELLINGTON Wellington has a grand pack averaging 14.8, ana iiom lepons rcceivcd tlio Auckland io.wa.as mp.y find it moi'e than tnty can handle. In ivL.i.'.y is an ex-Wellington lip. r-nd a really great plajcr, fast, hefty and Irresistible, hi may prove me best lciward 011 me gioun.i, while c. Jps.on is ralcj as almost his equal. H. K.oyi is a youthful giant, keen ana speedy with safe hands and has a flue luture. F. Moses is one 01 mose valuable ioiwarus who uses his weight and splendid physical fitness to get hts side cu; of uilßculiUs when the -position Licomes oesperats. 11. Eefcan, a fine piayer who lcirned his football on tile coast, anu finally vV. bilwoiuiy, a vciy cai able hooker. You can take it as definite that this pack will give a gjoa account of itself. Admission 1/6, Stand 1/. Vice-presidents' tickets will not admit, GRAND LEAGUE DANCE, PETER PAN CABARET, AUGUoT 2. Reserve at Lewis Eady, Ltd. EDEN SOCCER CLUB MATCHES FOR SATURDAY, JULY 21. Eden 2nds v. Comrades, Seymour Park, 3 p.m. Ldc.ii 3*uS v. Avondalc, Walter Par*. 1.31/ p.m. Eden 4.hs N. v Comrades, Seymour Park, 1 p.m. Lcien 4ihs S. v. Thislie, Seymour Pa;k, 2 p.m. Uucn Oths fc>. v. North Lliore, Shore, 2 p.m. Meet at l-eriy Buila.ng at 12.4j. Eden olhs N. v. Remuera, Eden, 2 p.m. Eden G.hs N. v. North kno»e, ohJiC, 1 p.m. 1 Meet at Ferry Buiioing at IMj. Edca 6uis S. v. Y.4,i.e.A., i/cnui.i. 12 o'clock. Eden 7ths v. Y.M.C.A. Kiv., Domnin, 12 o'clock. E,.tn Bihs N. v. Y.M.C.A., Eden, 1 p.m. Eaen Bths S. v. One'nunga, Eden, 12 o'clock. Eutn 9ihs N. v. 9ths S., Eden. 10 o'clock. Eden Ovhs W. v. Y.M.C.A., Eacn, 11 o'clock. Eden Olhs Juniors mecv at Eden. 10 o'clock. FOLLOW THE BLACK AND GOLD JERSEYS. ELLERSLIE FOOTBALL CLUB. Senior B v. Shore, Devonport. 3 p.m.; 3rds v. Gitnora, G:?n Eden, 3 p.m.; sths v. Richmond, Grey Lynn Park, 1.45 p.m.; 7ths v. Newton, Domain No. 2, 1.45; Senior Schoolboys v. Mi. Albert, Mt. Wellington. 2 p.m.; Inters, v. Mt. Albert, Mt. Albert School, 3 p.m.; Juniors v. Green Lane, Eilcrsiie. 12.45 p.m. 19 RACQUET RESTRINGiMi, oest, 8/6 to 30/.Watts Sports Depot. Exchange Lane. 45-412. N
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