AMUSEMENTS IP* 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" In Technicolour AN AUTHENTIC RECORD OF AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER IN AC'#3N. THRILLINGLY TOLD BY LIEUT. ROBERT TAYLOR, U.S.N.R. ALSO. " TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT " " TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT " WITH PHIL BAKER BETTY GRABLE ALICE FAYE SONJA HENIE. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. 71 VICTORY O VICTORY II Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. _ The Theatre Classique — Situated Corner oi Green Lane and Great south Roads. Phone 16-641. TO-NIGHT AT 8. What a Show! What a Sight! Let This Be Your Entertainment For To-night! 20t-h Century - Fox Films Present The Story of Carrier X. Men S'VKidl It's the Payoff in the Pacific! ' DON H^DwS EWS Hp CHAS, BICKFORD — WILLIAM EYTHE " WING" AND 0 A " "WING AND A PRAYER" "WING AND A PRAYER" Approved ior Universal Exhibition r * STATE * J J Devonport phone 7 °- 101 ( I ' 1 TO-NIGHT AT 7-30. It's a Honey! A very hysterical story of a very historical house. JACK ANN BENNY SHERIDAN (jBCk tn?BR A TDE BUrnS) fc The Dead-pan Comedian direct from the Broadway Stage. HATTIE McDANIEL, LEE PATRICK. JOYCE REYNOLDS, WILLIAM TRACY. Now yoai house hunters, if you want some good advice and a thousand lau?ha, see George Washington Slept Here & JOHN WAYNE — ELLA RAINES "TALL IN THE SADDLE" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. J • rlalto ](~ <| NEWMARKET. Phone 20-80U |' •IJJ TO-NIGHT — AT 7,45 j 1 A Merry-Go-Round of Dazzling All - Technicolour Frolics! Lyrics and Laughter, Romance and Spectacle. A Hit Pared* of Your Favourite Sengs. Betty Grable, Geo. Montgomery CESAR ROMERO in the All-Colour " CONEY ' ISLAND " " CONEY ISLAND " Approved tor Universal Exhibition. & OTTO KRUGER - ERWIN KELSER/ " THEY LIVE IN FEAR " Recommended by Censor for Adults. 1111 111 TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE meet your friends at the Civic Wintergnrden Cabaret Sparkling music, sociable htmosnhere. convivial surroundings. (Dress optional.)
SUNDAY AT 8.30 P.M. TUNE IN TO STATION IZB And hear the Greatest Musical Treat of all tlmc-a Radio Preview of 20th CENTURYFOX'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 M EETINGS \UCKLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL OF ™ IMARY GROUP MEETINGS. m^ b^ f .SEE, ?ff %Frß wsi sss?vtf sere sss? DAY, July 24. at 8 p.m. hiteieVed in the wcrk o! the Primary Production Council to be present as well. W. ALEXANDER. 21 Secretary, N Z FEDERATED FOOTWEAR ASSOCIATION OF ' ' WORKERS. (AUCKLAND BRANCH) MASS MEETING OP MEMBERS. TOWN HALL, MONDAY, JULY 23, 1945, AT 1 ?.M: Employers , reply to the Federation's request for the . skilled rates of wages. Result of Secret Ballot. The greatest crisis for many years has arisen in the industry. As decisions ol vital importance *U1 have to be made at this meeting, every member should be present. i Admission by Membership Card. By Order of the National Council. A. H. t-OOPER, Sec. Auckland Branch. N.I.M.U. INSURANCE COMPANY. NOTICE TO MEMBERS In accordance with the provisions ot Article 41 of the Articles ot Association ol the N.I.M.U. Insurance Company, members are hereby notified that MESSIEURS P. G. FARRELL and A. GRAYSON have been nominated by the Automobile Association (Aucliland) Incorporated, as us appomteeT to the Board of Directors of the Comcany as representatives ot members ol the Ccmpariy resident in the territory of the nominating Association. N g HUNT _ General Manager and Secretary. Wellington, July 16, 1945. 21 AUCKLAND CITIZENS' & RATEPAYERS' ASSN. ST. KELIER'S - KOHIMARAMA BRANCH. The Annual Meeting of the Branch will be held on TUESDAY, July 24, 1945. at 7.45 p.m., Pariah Hall. St. Heller's. At the conclusion of the Annual Meeting. MR H H WATKINS, Engineer-Secretary. Auckland Metropolitan Drainace Board, will explain, Vu , the Sd of Maps. Diagrams and Pictures. "The Board's Drainage Scheme." H. E. G. MATTHEWS, 21 Branch Chairman. AUCKLAND RETURNED SERVICES' ASSN. (Incorporated) Thfe First Quarterly Meeting of the Auckland Returned Services' Association will be held in Lew" Eady Hall, on TUESDAY, JULY 31 »t 745 p m Admission to hall for members exhibiting Orange Membership Carus lor yjm ending March 31, 1946. Business: (1) Quarterly Report; (2) Financial Statement; f3) Report of Delegates to Conference; (4) General. R G . MASON, Sec. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY AUCKLAND PARTICULAR COUNCIL The Annual Festival Meeting of the Society in rripbratlon of the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul will be held in ST. BENEDICT'S HALL, East Street! on SUNDAY, July 22, 1945, at 3 p.m. His Lordship Bishop Liston will preside, and the occasional address will be given by one of the Franciscan Friars. All members, benefactors and - friends are earnestly invited to be present. • 21 MANVKAV RUGBT LEAGDE FOOTBALL CLUB All Flayers and Supporters are requested tc attend a Meeting at the Training Shed. Oalw. Street. Onehunea on MONDAY. JULY 23. At 7.15 p.m. . X2l
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