AMUSEMENTS LAST TWO DAYS. 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 iiiiiiiiiiiii fuller ' s iiiriiiiiiiii MAJESTIC THEATRE"" Destined to become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch for Later Announcements. Sessions: 4.45, 7.45 p.m. Ill!!l!!ll!l! phone IMTI Jammed with Joy . . Jammed with Jive . Jammed with Stars, and Songs, and Lovin'! * "BABES ON SWING STREET" "BABES ON SWING STREET"With Peggy Ryan — Ann Blyth LEON ERROL — KIRBY GRANT FREDDIE SLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA. The Screen's Top Tune and Fun Show. Also, Romance Rides the Trail of a Thousand Thn* JAMES CRAIG — MARJORIE MAJH "GENTLE ANNIE" "GENTLE ANNIE" \ Both Approved lor Universal Exhibition, FRIDAY NEXT!— MYSTERY FICTION'S MOST LOVABLE ROGBE STEALS THE SCREEN AT LAST. Charles Korvin — Ella Raines "ENTER ARSENE LUPIN" "ENTER ARSENE LUPIN" And THAT HAIR-RAISING MYSTERY THRILLER "A SCREAM IN THE DARK" "A SCREAM IN THE DARK" Robert Lowry, Marie Mac Donald Both Recommended More for Adults. Direction: Rerridge Theatres (throughout H.Z.), | STATE | I STATE | 7.30 — ONLY TWO MORE NIGHTS — 7.30 GftEER GARSON — WALTER PIDGEON " MADAME CURIE " " MADAME CURIE " Also: The Surprise Comedy Hit. 'THE AFFAIRS OF MARTHA' With MARSHA HUNT. RICHARD CARLSON. COMMENCING FRIDAY Metro-Gc/ldwyn-Mayer Presents "ROMEO AND JULIET" Also: "WHISTLING IN BROOKLYN," with RED SKELTON All Approved for Universal Exhibition. PLANS AT THEATRE — Phone or Call. Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout N.Z.). 130 VOGUE 730 Auckland's Modern. Popular. Intimate Theatre. Karangahape Read. Phone 43-003. Thrill again to the most amazing picture ever produced! UNFORGETTABLE SCENES! A MIGHTY SHOW with THREE GREAT STARS. SPENCER TRACY SPENCER TRACY CLARK GABLE. JEANETTE MacDONALD "SAN FRANCISCO" "SAN FRANCISCO" "SAN FRANCISCO" Recommended by Censor lor Adults. Also: Tine Laugh-Packed. Riotous Story, "NIAGARA FALLS" "NIAGARA FALLS" MARJORIE WOODWORTH — TOM BROWN Approved for Universal Exhibition. GRACIE FIELDS TOWN HALL TOWN HALL MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT AT 8 P.M. LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS AVAILABLE AT LEWIS EADY, LTD. The whole ol the net proceeds are to be donated by Gracie Fields, J. and N. Tait and J. C. Williamson's, for the benefit of wounded and disabled members of the Army, Navy and Air Force New Zealand personnel and /or their dependents.
BRAINS TRUST A LA BBC!! LEWIS EADY HALL TO-NIGHT at 8 Subject: " UNITY IN THE PEACE " Speakers: E. H. HALSTEAD, M.A.; J. C. REID, M.A.; W. T. G. AIREY, M.A.; VIC WILCOX. HEAR THE CLASH OP OPINION!! (Auspices N.Z. Society for Closer Relations with U.S.S.R.) 25 "Never a Moment Without Music" COME DANCING EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY _| CIVIC CABARET = =| WINTERGARDENS = Dance to New Zealand's Largest Band in New Zealand's Largest Cabaret! — Delicious Savoury Suppers — MAKE UP YOUR WEEK-END PARTY. Reserve A Table Phone 30-100 TO-NIGHT, 7.30. TO-NIGHT, 7.30. Special Movie Film Showing 44 N.Z. BAPTISTS AT WORK " Commentary by Mr. Ernest Nees, President of Baptist Union. MOUNT EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, (Near Symonds Sireet) ALL WELCOME. 25 MEETINGS __ AUCKLAND BRANCH NEW ZEALAND TIMBER WORKERS' UNION. A Special Meeting of the Union will be held TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), at 8 p.m., in Room E, Trades Hall, Hobson Street. Business: To ccns'der recommendation of National Council that fees be increased by 4/ per year. At. the conclusion of the Special Meeting a General Meeting will be held. Business: General. 25 (Signed) F. CRAIG, Sec. MOUNT ROSKILL RESIDENTS AND RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. POSTPONEMENT OF MEETTING. The Meeting called for Thursday, July 26, to discuss the Ward System and formation of a borough has been POSTPONED until TUESDAY. July 31, 1945. Meeting place Dominion Road School, 7.45 p.m.—A. E. Copeland, Hon. Sec. 25
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