. AMUSEMENTS DEANNA DURBIN " Can't Help Singing " THE THRILL YOUR EYES WILL PRIZE FOR EVER! Technicolour Triumph She's Positively Radiant, a Treat for Eyes and Ears. 2nd WEEK 11.0 a.m., 2 p.m., then 8 p.m. regent EEG E N T J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd. Universal Pictures Present DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN And Two I-landsome Men in Her Life ROBT. PAIGE — DAVID BRUCE Creating the Love Story in the Colourful Gold-rush Days af California "CAN'T HELP SINGING" " CAN'T HELP SINGING" And How She Sings those Lovely Songs with Her Rich. Thrilling Voice! Original Melodies by JEROME KERN. RESERVATIONS Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. WHERE POSSIBLE ATTEND A DAYTIME SESSION Approved for Universal Exhibition. PLANS AT REGENT — PHONE 32-888 V||| llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilHll Mil V |i i! ' STRAND I II !i I : il!lllllllllllllll!llliilillllllllllllll I! 1; Jj ; ill Du'ecuon: Civic Theatre. Ltd. i I ,JI 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. LAST 2 DAYS 20th Century Fox Presents "Sunday Dinner For A Soldier" With ANNE BAXTER, JOHN HODIAK Approved lor Universal Exhibition. FRIDAY NEXT— R.K.O; Presents the SENSATIONAL SPY DRAMA " Betrayal From The East " " Betrayal From The East " " Betrayal From The East " " Betrayal From The East " With LEE TRACY and NANCY KELLY JAP Spy Secrets Revealed. JAP Torture Methods Exposed JAP Espionage and Treachery. Thrilling and Exciting. Plus: LATEST OVERSEAS NEWS. SPORTS REVIEW AND N.Z. CAMERAMAN WITH MARSHAL TITO'S ARMY Plus: WALT DISNEY'S FAMOUS " DER FUEHRER'S FACE " Recommended by Censor for Adults. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED." Auckland Secondary Schools MUSIC FESTIVAL TOWN HALL TUESDAY, August 14 AT 2 P.M. WEDNESDAY, August 15 AT 8 P.M.' IMPORTANT NOTICE. Tickets are now on Sale at any of the Schools taking part. The Box Plan opens at Lewis Eady, Ltd., Queen Street, as follows:— For TICKET HOLDERS—Friday, August 3. For OTHERS—Tuesday, August 7. Get Your Ticket NOW, and have the benefit of early booking. You may obtain Tickets ONLY from the Schools, or send a stamped addressed envelope to Mr. G. T. Lee, Auckland Grammar School, Box 46, Newmarket, enclosing your 'ticket money, and tickets will be sent. TICKETS, 1/. BOOKING 6d p«r seat extra. :28 Hi METRO POLE f| TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND. , Vocalist, Vesta Sylvia. Milk Bar. Supper. Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN, Director. OUTDOOR SPORTS NEW ALL YEAR SPORTS CLUB ] FORMING Enrol now and Keep Fit by Playing | AMERICAN BASKETBALL GIRLS' BASKETBALL BASEBALL HOCKEY For the Social Side of the Club—non players are also invited to join as social members for Dances and Evening Entertainment. State clearly when sending your name in which game or games you wish to play. All if you wish. Formation meeting in August, 1945. Date and place to be announced at a later date. Teams are now filling. All correspondence and suggestions invited. Write P. N. WHITE, Organiser, 25 22, Grove Rd., Sandringham. FUN ERA JL NOTICES THE AUCKLAND CLEANERS, CARETAKERS, LIFT ATTENDANTS AND WATCHMEN'S UNION. Members are requested to attend the Funeral of their late comrade. TOMMY GREENHALGH. Funeral will leave W. H. Tongue and Son s Chapel, 1-3, Mount Eden Road, THURSDAY, the 26th, at 1.45 p.m. 25 W. PILGRIM, President. '
GOOD JOBS GOOD JOBS GOOD JOBS FOR GIRLS WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE FOR GIRLS WITH OR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE MACHINISTS . . OYERLOCKERS . . PACKERS MACHINISTS . . OVERLOCKERS . . PACKERS An excellent opportunity is offered Girls with or without experience to EXCELLENT join our rapidly expanding organisaw tion, manufacturing Women's Footwear and Slippers. The work is light . . interesting . . wages are good . . and conditions ideal in our modern factory. AND There are vacancies in our machine and packing departments for inexperienced WAGES Girls, while to experienced Machinists and Overlockers we offer good positions carrying highest wages and bonus. Call . . Phone . . or Write HOLLYWOOD SHOES, LTD., Stanley Street . . . Auckland (2 minutes from tram stop). Phone 44-139.
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