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AMUSEMENTS FINAL SCREENINGS TO-DAY: Warner Bros. Present JACK CARSON — JANE WYMAN In the Hilarious Comedy "MAKE YOUR OWN BED" MAURICE CARBINES at the Civic Organ. Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. Four Sessions Dally: 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. Prices: 1/ to 3/4. Deaf Aids Available. Box Plan at Theatre, Phone 30-100. Heated to 68 degrees. Starts TO-MORROW (Friday) Warner Bros.' Most Memorable Romance HERE IS THE PICTURE THAT ADDS A NEW CHAPTER TO THE HISTORY OF THE SCREEN'S GREAT STORIES. Torn Right Out of To-day! IDA PAUL LUPINO HENREID LUPINO HENREID Nancy Coleman — Nazimova In the enthralling story of two people who destroyed a H01..j of Hate so their Love might live— "IN OUR TIME" "IN OUR TIME" "IN OUR TIME" A Picture You Will Remember for "All Time" Selected Featurettes: "ALL AMERICAN BANDS" A Musical Feast, featuring Freddy Martin Skinnay Ennis, Joe Reichman, Matty Malneck. "Inki and the Minah Bird" (Cartoon). Latest Paramount News Service. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. "It's Warm and Cosy" n^DT7T3T^T7f~T?V"! MISSION BAY | _jI_KJX--i_.tii- | phone 50 . 220 Last Night 7.45 Last Night 7.45 Fredric March, Alexis Smith, Sir Charles Aubrey Smith In "MARK TWAIN" His Adventures; His Great Love; His Incomparable Humour! An Unforgettable Film! Approved for Universal Exhibition. "It's Warm and Cosy" 1 CAPITOL f B A P L hon M e S-£ A L Last Night 7.45 Last Night 7.45 Gene Autrey, Smiley Bumetto in "BELLS OF CAPISTRANO" ! Thrilling Outdoor Adventure with Songs. Also Ann Miller, Victor Moore in " CAROLINA BLUES " Splendid Dance Musical Romance. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. 11l ASTOR in "tszisr To-night 7.30. :: Variety Session 7.30-8. Bette Davis, Monty Woolley, Ann Sheridan, Jimmy Durante In " THE Man Who Came To Dinner" Frances Langford, Esther Dale in " ALL AMERICAN CO-ED " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. DTT'TP'PT TTQQ 8T - He li e R'S iri_i_XVi_i_kso Phon e 51-000 To-night at 8. " IN THIS OUR LIFE " Starring Bette Davis, George Brent, Olivia De Havllland and Denis Morgan. Also Metro. News and Excellent Supports. Recommended by Censor lor Adults. |"^T)TJTHERN^ROSS"~i ELLER3LIE. Finally To-night at 7.55 " BOMBER'S MOON " George Montgomery, Aninabolla. Recommended cy censor for Adults. " CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK " Donald O'Connor. Peggy Ryan Approved lor Universal Exhibition. MAYFAIR V^iiV" To-night at 7.30. Richard Arlen, Mary Beth Hughes in " TIMBER QUEEN," also William (Ilopalong Cassidy) Boyd In "THE LEATHER BURNERS." Both Unl. Exhlb. MONSTER JUMBLE SALE FRIDAY. July 27. 1945. in MANCHESTER UNITY HALL (Ground Floor). Corner Hobson and Victoria Streets. At 12.30 p.m. BE THERE IT'S GOOD BUYING. 26 QUTOOOK SPORTS LEAGUE FOOTBALL CARLAW PARK, SATURDAY THE VITAL GAME If Richmond is to win the Minor Championship it must win this game. No. 1, 3 P.M.: RICHMOND v. OTAHUHU The public are treating this enme as a Club Fins!. Given a fine day a new club attendance record since the outbreak of war is certain. Otahnhu wilh a ono-point lead over Richmond has had only one defeat this season and that by Richmond. Richmond has won every game since May 12. Two of the best clubs of any per;o-l and both brMlin? rxponents of the co-lc are going to provide Saturday's patrons with the thriller of the year. , No. 1, 1.30 P.M.: City v. Ponsonby No. 2, 1.30 P.M.: North Shore v'. Pt. Chevalier No. 2. 3 P.M.: Manukau v. Mount Albert ADMISSION: Ground I,'. Stand 6d; Returned Servicemen with New Zealand Shoulder Badges admitted to Ground Free. GRAND LEAGUE DANCE, Peter Pan Cabaret. August 2. TicKcts TO double. Reserves at Lewis Eady. Ltd. The West Coast team will be the guests of the evening. 26 EDEN SOCCER CLUB MATCHES FOR SATURDAY Eden 2nds v. Mount Albert. Seymour Park, 3 p.m. Eden 3rds v. Thistle. Domain. 3 p.m. Eden 4ths N. v. Y.M.C.A. Rovers. Domain. 2 p.m. Eden 4ths S. v. Y.M. Rivals, Fowlo's Park, 2 p.m. Eden sths N. v. Thistle. Eden. 2 p.m. Eden sihs S. v. Remuera, Eden, 1 p.m. Eden 6ths N. v. Y.M.C.A., Eden. 12 noon. Eden 6!hs S. v. Comrades A. Domain. 1 p.m. Eden 7ths v. North Shore. Shore. 12 noon. Meet at Ferry Building at quarter to eleven. Eden B(hs N. v. Comrades A. Domain. 11 a.m. Eden Bths S. v. Thistle, Domain, 12 noon. Eden 9ths N. v. Comrades B. Eden. 11 a.m. Eden Olhs S. v. Shore, Shore, 11 a.m. Eden 9ths W. v. Eastern Suburbs. St. Heller's, 11 a.m. Meet at Bus Terminal at 10 a.m. Eden 9ths Juniors V. 9ths N., Eden, 10 a.m. FOLLOW THE BLACK AND GOLD JERSEYS. 26 ■

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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