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. |_ AMUSEMENTS 5 BOOK NOW FOR WEEK-END \ Y|l PLAZA ■ 7 /' = 9UEEN STREET == \ / fg Phone 41-586. __= \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. To-day: 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. 20th Century-Fox presents j A NEW KIND OF PICTURE. "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" ' . In Glorious Technicolour. ALL THE THRILLS OF "KENTUCKY." Starring WALTER BRENNAN LON McCALLISTER — JEANNE CRAIN CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD Approved for Universal Exhibition. It's Coming — England's B4asterplece. Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed." TIVOLI OXFORD TIVOLI _ OXFORD TOP OF OUEEN ST. f> QUEEN STREET Near Grafton Bridge. *X Opp C.P.O Nightly at 8 I Sessions at Sat. 2 & 8 11-2-5-8 Phone 44-136 | Phone 42-274 Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. COMMENCING TO-NIGHT! 20th Century - Fox Films Present A Riotous Mixture of Madhouse Merriment! It's the Laugh Limit of Their Screwball Career! A Pair of Shivery Sherlocks! 1 . . But There's Nobody 'Holmes' Upstairs! The Goofiest, Craziest, Daffiest Detectives That Ever Muffed a Mystery! . . In a House of Horror So Scary Even the Lights Go Out! . STAN OLIVER LAUREL HARDY LAUREL HARDY . LAUREL HARDY The Devastating Duo of Dopey Dicks. Dukes of Daftmore. or Stupor Sleuths in the Laugh Eang of a Lifetime . . . "THE BIG NOISE" "THE BIG NOISE" " THE BIG NOISE " Approved tor Universal Exmbiuon. mini Coming — England's Masterpiece. Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed." ||| ' RIA LT 0 mill I NEWMARKET. Phone 20-809 . TO-NIGHT AND SAT. AT 7.45 [I A Merry-Go-Round of Dazzling All - Technicolour Frolics! BETTY GRABLE — GEO. MONTGOMERY " CONEY ISLAND " Approved for Universal Exhibition. & OTTO KRUGER — ERWIN KELSER " THEY LIVE IN FEAR " • Recommended by Censor for Adults. Matinee To-morrow, Sat., 2 p.m. Cartoon. Serial. Fox Aussie News, and "Coney. Island" limn TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE visit the Civic Wintergarden, the Cabaret that sets the standard. (Dress optional.) PAN~I|!^ TO-NIGHT!! SUPPER and DANCING 2/6 — ADMISSION — 2/6 Jitterbugging Prohibited. Soon! The Millionth Patron. ■ INDOOR SPORTS BOXING TOWN HALL — MONDAY Auckland Boxing Association's Ninth Carnival. PROFESSIONAL LIGHT-WEIGHT BOUT PERCY KELLY (Auckland) V. ALF. McMULLAN (Wellington) Percy Kelly, who has won his last two fights ag4inst Viv Gordon and Billy Brown, meets a worthy adversary in Alf McMullan, whose only two professional fights have proved fine contests. His last fight against Bolger was described by the Dunedin Press as one of the best fights seen there in recent years. Ten Three-minute Rounds. .... ' Preceded by ' ■ PROFESSIONAL MIDDLE-WEIGHT BO'UT Johnny Kitchen v. Eric O'Neill (Auckland) (Auckland) Six Three-minute Rounds. SPECIAL" AMATEUR BOUT. D. GODWARD (Auck) v. LES DOMNEY (W'gton) ADMISSION: Stage, 11/; Special Circle. 5/7; Circle, 4/6; Ringside Seats. 4/6; Stalls, 3/4; Gallery,- 2/3. Prices Include tax. Box Plan at Watts' Sports Depot, Exchange Lane. PUBLK NOTICES GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT I hereby give notice of my Intention to issue at the expiry of two weeks from this date, unless objection be previously lodged. Copy Policies to take the place of Policies Nos. 383967 and 383968 on the life of RALPH FRANCIS JENKIN (deceased), member R.N.Z.A.F., formerly of Auckland, ' Schoolteacher, which are declared to have been lost. J. W. MACDONALD, Commissioner. Wellington. 20/7/45. 20 ' PROFESSIONAL SKIN AMU SCALP SPECIALISTS ' THE NEW RAY CLINIC. Ground Floor. Yorkshire House. 31. Shortland St Principal: J. M. GEORGE. S.R.N. British. American and Continental Modern Scientific Methods. PHONE 44-178 o

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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