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• AMUSEMENTS "THIS WILL GET THE ) ACADEMY AWARD" i —HEDDA HOPPER. 4g| CENTURY ~ |fc Queen Street —. Phone .42-169. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Central Heating — Deaf Aids. DAILY: 11—2—5—8. A 20th Century - Fox Programme. "THE FIGHTING LADY" "THE FIGHTING LADY" "THE FIGHTING LADY" " THE FIGHTING LADY " In Technicolour AN AUTHENTIC RECORD OF AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER IN ACTION. THRILLINGLY TOLD BY LIEUT. ROBERT TAYIOR, U.S.N.R. ALSO, "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" " TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT " "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" " TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT " WITH PHIL BAKER BETTY GRABLE ALICE FAYE SONJA HENIE. . It is the Big Surprise Hit. with all your Favourite Stars. Both Approved tor Dniversai Exhibition. It's Coming — England's Masterpiece Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed." ; VI C T~O R~Y~| GREEN LANE. Phone 16-647 I To-night and Sat. at 8. The Stfory of Carrier X. It's a Ship with Wings! Men with Guts! A Ship with a Mission, and Men In the Mood! DON AMECHE — DANA ANDREWS ! SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE In a Slory of Glory ... "WING AND A PRAYER" "WING AND A PRAYER" Approved for Universal Exhibition Matinee To-morrow, Sat., 2 p.m. Cartoon. Movietone Adventure. News, and "Wing and a Prayer" llljll CRYSTAL PALACE |||||| j{; MOUNT EDEN. Phone 60-573 ||!| j[j! TO-NIGHT AND SAT. AT HAK \\\\\\ I'm It's Happiness All The Way! AND IT TAKES PLACE UNDER THS STARS WITH THE GREATEST STAR OF THEM ALL. SONJA HENIE JACK OAKIE — CESAR ROMERO " WINTERTIME " Approved tor Universal Exhibition. ALAN MARSHALL — LARAINE DAY "BRIDE BY MISTAKE" Recommended Oy Censor tor Adults. Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 Cartoon. "Jungle Jaunts." News. Novelty, "Information, Please," and "Wintertime" ii'iiiii • TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE meet your friends at the Civic Wintergarden Cabaret. Sparkling music, sociable atmosphere, convivial surroundings. (Dress optional.) TATTI T TTYT? MT. ALBERT. Phone 36-204 Uth LIUA.HI To . nlßht & sat. at ~45 F. Tone. "THE HOUR BEFORE THE DAWN" Tom Conway. "FALCON IN MEXICO" Both Recommended oy Censor tor Adults. & BELSEN HORROR CAMP Recommended Unsuitable for Children. MATINEE TO-MORROW (SAT.), 2 P.M. \ "Falcon In Mexico" and Featurettes. "RTTPTT'WT 1 EPSOM. Phone 60-142 XVJHjt.Ej.I-N - 1 To-night 7.45, Sat. 2 & 8 Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. . "IN SOCIETY" Donald O'Connor — Peggy Ryan "CHIP. OFF THE OLD BLOCK" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. SUNDAY AT 8.30 P.M. TUNE IN TO STATION IZB And hear the Greatest Musical Treat of all time—a Radio Preview of 20th CENTURY- . FOX'S forthcoming release " Irish Eyes Are Smiling " Featuring ERNEST BALL'S Memorable Music "WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" " DEAR LITTLE BOY OF MINE " " LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN " " MOTHER MACHREE," Etc. 21 __ QUTDOOK SPORTS RUGBY RUGBY EDEN PARK, SATURDAY No. 1. 1.30 P.M.: Papakura Army v. Technical Old Boys This is the first time this season that these teams have appeared on No. 1. Technical Old Boys led with Navy at the end ot the first round of the Second Division, while Papakura yet remains unbeaten in this round. No. 1, 3 P.M.: . GRAMMAR v. PONSONBY Ponsonby can be relied upon to play a very high standard of football under any conditions However, if Grammar is playing at peak form it might possibly cause Ponsonby's first defeat of this round. These two teams ate long standing rivals, and to-morrow's match should prove no exception to the usual Interesting, hard fought game No. 2, 3 P.M.: SACRED HEART COLLEGE v. MT. ALBERT GRAMMAR SCHOOL ADMISSION: Ground 1/, Stand 6d extra; Schoolchildren (In uniform) and Returned Servicemen with N.Z. Shoulder Flashes free to A.R.U. charge areas. RUGBY RUGBY STURGES PARK (OTAHUHU) 1.30 P.M.: R.N.Z.A.F. v. Marist (Ardmore) 3 P.M.: SENIOR FIRST DIVISION OTAHUHU v. MARIST Admission: Gentleman 1/, Ladies 6d, Cars 1/. LEAGUE FOOTBALL CARLAW PARK, SATURDAY WELLINGTON SAYS L. HEMI IS A CHAMPION. 3 P.M.: AUCKLAND v. WELLINGTON "WE'LL WIN TO-MORROW" The above statement was made by Jack Hemi on arrival to-day, and if south reports are correct his optimism may be fulfilled. L. Heml, Jack's 18-year-old brother, . has played sensational football this season, and his appearance is eagerly awaited. ' Jack Hemi, one of the finest footballers ever, is playing at his'very best." Will McKsitch prove better than Nordgren? Wellington thinks he will. Pett grew Is a high class half-back. Auckland will have no better forward than Kenny. Beban and Upston are great forwards, too. Granted, the standard of play in Auckland is. exceptionally high, that also applies to Wellington, so a wonderful game is in prospect. CURTAIN-RAISERS FROM 1 P.M. Admission 1/6, Stand 1/. Vice-presidents' tickets will not admit. GRAND LEACUE DANCE, PETER PAN CABARET, AUGUST 2. Reserve at Lewis Eady. Ltd. RUGBY LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE MATCH. WELLINGTON V. SOUTH AUCKLAND. DAVIES PARK, HUNTLY On SUNDAY NEXT, JULY 22. South Auckland patrons should not miss this enjoyable- Sunday afternoon's outing. Our boys ,are confident that they can put up a good g^.ue.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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