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AMUSEMENTS " FULLERS ===== ST. JAMES , THEATRE" 11 A.M.. 2 P.M.. 5 P.M..'B P.M. ===== AIR CONDITIONED ===== Reserves at Theatre, Tel. 32-920. Last Few Days We must make room for the next Mighty Dramatic Entertainment. All Reservable Areas are FULLY BOOKED FOR TO-NIGHT'S Performance of "THE SEVENTH CROSS" SEVENTH CROSS" SEVENTH CROSS" , SEVENTH CROSS" Starring SPENCER TRACY SPENCER TRACY SPENCER TRACY SPENCER TRACY Recommended by Censor for Adults. Associate Programme includes: "Visiting St. Louis" (Fltzpatrick). "What's Buzzin' Buzzard" (Colour Cartoon) Recommended by Censor for Adults. Next Attraction — CHARLES BOYER — INGRID BERGMAN In "GASLIGHT" . Recommended by Censor as Definitely Unsuitable for Children. "It's Warm and Cosy." I ■DTPT?TTT?inRW r l mission bay I Xiil/XvlVJljljJlJ X I Phone 50-220 This Er.ning at Eight o'clock. Emlyn Williams and Dorothy Hyson with the full Grenadier Guards Band in " YOU WILL REMEMBER " The Romance of Leslie Stuart and his songs, "Lily of Laguna." "Soldiers of the Queen, "Floradora," etc. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Also Screening: "WORLD OF PLENTY," an amazing document. "It's Warm and Cosy." I r< A DTTVYf - 1 BALMORAL I iuA.ril.ULj \ Phone 62-599 This Evening at a Quarter to Eight. Rosalind Russell, Brian Aherne in "WHAT A WOMAN" A Rollicking Sophisticated Comedy. Also Anne Crawford. David Farrar in " THE NIGHT INVADER " Exciting Espionage Drama. Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. ill AQqiAn 111 DOMINION ROAD HI AiSIOK 111 p hon e 61-433 To-night at 7.30. :: Variety Session 7.30 -8. Margaret O'Brien. James Craig, Marsha Hunt in "LOST ANGEL" Louise Allbntton, Robert Paige in " HER PRIMITIVE MAN Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. MARCH OF TIME, "Underground Report." TPQQ ST. HEL I E R'S Jγ JiflliriJLiJl/OO Phone 51-000 To-night and Monday, 8 p.m. " THE ADVENTURES OF TARTU " Starring Robert Donat, Valerie Hobson. Walter Rtlla. Also Interesting Supporting Programme. Serial 7.45. Recommended for Adults.

1 . SOUTHERN CROSS | ELLER3LIE. To-night and Monday at 7.45. " COBRA WOMAN " Maria Montez and Jon Hall. Recommended by Censor for Adults. " I DOOD IT " Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell. Approved for Universal Exhibition. TV/r A VT? A T"D SANDRINGHAM iVlAir AIK Phone 80.482 To-niKln and Monday Night at 7.30. Maria Montez, Jon Hall and Turham i3oy lr "ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES" (in technicolour) I Approved for Universal Exhibition. Also Errcl Flynn, Ann Sheridan in •' EDGE OF DARKNESS " Recommended by Cen?or for Adults. ||I||i|"~ME"TROPOLE jp|) TO-NIGHT ■ TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSONS BAND. Vocalist: Vesta Sylvia. Milk Bar Milk Bar Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN. Director. ! OUTPOOK Si'ORTS AUCKLAND RACING CLUB (Incorporated) ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of Members will tie held at ths Club Rooms, 97, Shorcland Street, on MONDAY, AUGUST 13 next. NOMINATIONS lor the Offices of President, Vice-president and FIVE Coinmitteemen. ALSO THREE Stewards must be deposited with the undersigned by 4 p.m. on MONDAY, JULY ?3. W. S. SPENCE, Secretary. 7, Shortland Street. •21 PAKURANGA HUNT (Incorporated) MEET — DRURY TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1945 Members are advised that Hounds Meet at 11.30 K.tn at the Corner 01 Whangapiri and Pukckohc Reads. T. L. GICK. 23 Secretary. Auckland Girls' Athletic Assn. Ths Annual Meeting will be held at St. Mark's Hall. Rcmucra Koad, on WEDNESDAY, July 25. at 7 p.m. Any team or new teams vishinj to take part in the season's activities, or any Ciirls want ng to Join tcan.s, are invited to attend. The Meeting will be followed b.v a short impromptu games evening. For further particulars ring the Secretary. Phone 63-146, on or after Tuesday. July 24. 21 J. M. ROGERS, Hon. Sec. I UAtlillil RESTRI.VGI.Nfi, oest, 8/6 to 30/.Watts Sports Depot. Excnance Lane. 45-412. N

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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