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AMUSEMENTS . 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. Fhone 30-100. Heated to 68 degrees. Warner Bros.' Comedy Uproar, 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: "AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE" (Damon Runyan's Comedy Thriller) South American Sports in Technicolour. "Sweetheart Serenade"' (Novelty). Latest Paramount News. MAURICE CARBINES at the Organ. CIVIC OPEN SUNDAY (TO-MORROW) At the request of the Authorities for the Entertainment of 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. When the above Programme will be shown in its entirety. YOU MAY BUY SUNDAY SEATS NOW. _ PULLER'S ["PRINCE EDWARD | I THEATRE I KARANGAHAPE ROAD." TOP OF QUEEN ST. Phone 48-252. Soon to Screen First Auckland Release Double Feature Prosiarames. 7.30 TO-NIGHT 7.30 Crowds are bein, THRILLED by these Two OUTSTANDING ATTRACTIONS On this One BIG Programme. Esther WILLIAMS, Red SKELTON In Metio-Goldwyn-Mayer's Technicolour Muelcal Spectacle. "BATHING BEAUTY" Approved for Universal Exhibition. And Also The Year's Most BRILLIANT Stare. Susanna FOSTER. Turhan BEY, Boris KARLOFF In Edward Locke's Immortal Drama. UNIVERSALIS SENSATIONAL ENTERTA CNMENT " THE CLIMAX " Recommended by Censor for Adults. MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS IMMEDIATELY. FULLER'S I BRITANNIA | THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 This Afternoon at 5 p.m. This Evening at 7.30 p.m. FINALLY MONDAY NEXT MATINEE 2 P.M. EVENING 7.30 P.M. Paramount's Outstanding Attraction. First Suburban Screening. "GOING MY WAY" "GOING MY WAY" With Bing Crosby Rise Stevens and Barry Fitzgerald Sing's Best Picture in which he Sinss Eight Old Favourite Songs. Bing as the Singing Padre of the Tough-ift Parish in Town! Approved for Universal Exhibition. Specially Selected Array of Featurettes. FULLER'S rvrcTOßix] THEATRE DEVONPORT , Phone 71-683 TO-NIGHf' AT 7.30. THE LAST WORD IN BEAUTY. COLOUR, SPECTACLE, MUSIC AND ROMANCE With GINGER RAY Rogers Milland WARNER BAXTER, JON HALL In "LADY IN THE DARK" " LADY IN THE DARK" Recommended by Censor for Adults. Also Excellent Featurettes. ■■ OPEN FIRE." " POLO PHONEY " (Sports) "IN WINTER QUARTERS" (Speaking Animals) FULLER'S ' I CAMEO[ THEATRE GREY LYNN 'Phone 26-406 Finally This Evening at. 7.30. Margaret Sullivan. Ann Sothern, Joan Blondell In "CRY HAVOC" Recommended by Censor for Adults. — Associate Feature — Don?ld O'Connor, Susanna Foster, Peggv Ryan in "THIS IS THE LIFE" Approved for Universal Exhibition. COMING MOS., TUES.—"LES MISER.ABLES." AUCKLAND ZOOLOGICAL PARK THE AUCKLAND ZOOLOGICAL PARK IS j OPEN DAILY FROM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. On Sundays trams may be obtained from any ■ part of the City to the Zoological Park at a cost of 1/6 return. Inquire from the conductor regarding . the Family Ticket. j Admission: Adults 1/. Children 3d. 21 __ MEETINGS 2nd N.Z.E.F. ASSOCIATION . (Inc.). AUCKLAND BRANCH. The Quarterly Meeting will be held in the Club Rooms. Second Floor, Queen's Arcade, on TUESDAY, JULY 24, at 7.30 p.m. (Signed) G. E. PLANE, 24 . nranch Secretary.

GEORGE WALKER L_TJ>: AUCTION SALES <3> — SPECIAL NOTICE — ' NEXT WEEIT - SPECIAL NOTICE - Auction Sale at Inner MONDAY, JULY 23, Domain Camp, Auckland. At I I a.m.. GEORGE WALKER, LTD., AT THE DOWNSTAIRS SALEROOMS, Instructed by Clothing, Bedding, Linen, war assets realisation board, Hockey Sticks, Boxing We *$„?& "kJ£? &£"■ e m?anc^ raaln Gloves, etc.___ Tuesday, July 31, 12 noon. mTTTriQT-v A V TTTT "V OA (On vlew for benefit of Intending pur--1 U H/D-Url I, JUJ-il Li'i-t chasers, MONDAY, July 30, from 1 p.m. At 1 I a.m., to 4 V- m -) AT THE GREAT SALEROOMS. THE UNDERMENTIONED CHATTELS, __ , , , T-, • l • SHELVING. WARDROBES. TABLES, Household r urmsnmgs. refrigerators. — Details: TXZTrmTMTTCn A V TTTT V 50 BUNKS with WARDROBES attached, WiiiL'JNriOL'AX, JUJjI CO, Bunks 6ft 6in x 2ft 6in. Wardrobes 61t At I I a.m.. x 2ft 6in x lft 9in; 70 , WARDROBES, £_1, - ..;. double doors each end. 6ft x 2ft lOin x AT THE RESIDENCE. 32, TORAMA 2ft; 38 BUNKS, double, wood slats, 6ft ROAD. ROYAL QAK. X 2ft 61n X sft; B9 WARDROBES. 6ft IT ~»aUJ/1 'CiTt-rMeJ-Mnrya x 3ft x 2ft; 4 DESKS, 10-drawer, 6ft x HOUSenOla rUraiSnmgS. 2 ft x 30in; 5 TABLES. 6 legs, 9ft x 3ft 6in, Bft x 3ft 41n; 12 4-LEG TABLES. ' 9ft x 3ft, 6ft 61n X 2ft; 5 CUPBOARDS. A"V TTTTjY 2fi 4-door, 7ft x 4ft x 2ft; 3 BUNKS, comIHUKOUAI, JUXjX &<O, bination, 3 drawers and 1 cupboard: 1 At II a.m.. DRESSER CUPBOARD, 8 doors, 7ft high ._ _,„ „„ yrrsrv Bmwo x m x 211n: 30 WARDROBES s'ncle. AT THE DE LUXE ROOMS, m x 301n x 21in; 3 Bels AsSortcd she]v . Arceunt. Mrs. G. Blckerton-Flsher & Ing, 4 Single Bedatends. 6ft 61n x 3ft; and (vtrher Clients. Assorted Size Wardrobes, Bunks, etc., etc. MaT-mcrfl-nv Tmnnrtpd Alsa special lot. jvianogany imporiea 17 KELVINATOB refrigerators. FLirniShingS, Sterling A.C in working order; 7 4.5 cubic Z., /-(i • t> • feet - porcelain; 10 8 cubic feet, hsavy Silver, Choice Bric-a- lacquered. ■g rac SODA FOUNTAIN, capacity 50ga1.; 10 Crushed Fruit Containers, 1 hole for TTPrnAV TTTT V 97 Ice Creamr SXLUtXJ., tlUiJl il, On vlew for inspsction MONDAY. July At I 1 a.m.. 30. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. AT THE GRTSAT SALEROOMS. t>l.„—! /lO QIC General Household Phone 42 " 815 ' Furnishings. — Give It To Walker's — GEORGE WALKER, LTD., SPECIALTY AUCTIONEERS — 249, QUEEN STREET. LEONARD COAKLEY. T. A. GOULDING. Auctioneers.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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