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AMBSEMESTS Reserve Now For Week-end 'ehbassy i J. C. Williamson's Intimate Theatre. WELLESLEY STREET (opp.. Public Library) PLANS AT 'iMBASSY. Phone 32-660 Four Sessions: 11 —2— 5— 8 RAY MILLAND RAY MILLAND ,"£n Paramount Pictures , : "TILL WE MEET AGAIN "■ " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " " TILL WE MEET AGAIN A ROMANCE AS THBILIJNG AS IT IS I I BEAUTIFUL. ' BARBARA BRITTON — ALSO SCREENING — TECHNTCOLOUR MUSICAL PARADE, " BONNIE LASSIE " TECHNICOLOUB PUPPETOON CARTOON , SPORTLIGHT, "PISHING FURLOUGH." ; Recommended by Censor lor Adulta. Direction: Kerridge Theatree (throughout N.Z.), I STATE") ZZTJS. ["STATE) 7.15 — TO-NIGHT — 7.15 Wo Proudly Present Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, In WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S "ROMEO AND JULIET" "ROMEO AND JULIET" " ROMEO AND JULIET " With JOHN BARRYMORE, C. AUBREY SMITH, EDNA MAY OLIVER, BASIL RATHBONE. SAnd: The Star of "Bathir.s Beauty" in an even' more Hilarious Adva-.ture. RED SKELTON I RED SKELTON * In "WHISTLING IN BROOKLYN" "WHIISTLING IN BROOKLYN" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout N.Z.I. 130 VOGUE ™° Auckland's Modem, Popular, Intimate Theatre. Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. The Strangest, Wildest Story Imaginable! A .Supercharge of Adventure and Mystery! JOAN CRAWFORD — FRED MacMURRAY CONRAD VEIDT — BASIL RATHBONE "ABOVE SUSPICION" "ABOVE SUSPICION" "ABOVE SUSPICION" Recommended for Adults. And the Screen's Greatest Funmafcers, LAUREL and HARDY LAUREL and HARDY In their Craziest, Side-Splitting Farce. "NOTHING BUT TROUBLE" "NOTHING BUT TROUBLE" Approved for Universal Exhibition. I C* ATTPT'V I O T A H U H TI I VjAi-El J. J. I Phone 17-875 and 8L To-night, Saturday .and Monday at 8. Franchot Tone, Anne Baxter and Akim Tamirofl "FIVE GRAVES TO CAIRO" The Amazing Story of Rommel's Defeat. Programme Recommended by Censor for Adults. [ORPHEUS] °M* ? 5 . H n To-night at 7.45 and Saturday at 8. Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy iLamour in " ROAD TO MOROCCO " Also Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake In "Blondie's Blessed Event" Programme Recommended By Censor for Adulta. ' MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2. J REX J TE PAPAPA To-night, and Saturday. Variety Session at 7.30. Tyrone Power. Maureen O'Hara and "THE BLACK * SWAN " (in technfcolour) Also Brcnda Joyce and Joseph Allen, jun.. In " RIGHT TO THE HEART " Programme Recommended by Censor for Adult*. OUTDOOR SPORTS SOCCER SOCCER BLANDFORD PARK TO-MORROW 3 P.M.: R.N.Z.A.F. v. COMRADES (WHENUAPAI) Whenuapai were the winners of the preliminary round trophy, but as a result of their draw with Philomel last Saturday are a point behind North Shore. With only three matches to go this is a vital game for Whenuapai. Comrades we* defeated last week by the unbeaten Shore team, but will be all out this week to recover their position in the competition and it is rumoured that their team has been strengthened. 1.30 P.M.: PHILOMEL v. R.N.Z.A.F. (Ardmore) The public will have the chance to Judge the strength of all the Service teams to-morrow, a» they are all engaged at headquarters. Philomel are in a good position to pull off this trophy. But Ardmore don't consider themselves disposed of yet Next Wednesday e MUNRO TROPHY: ARMY (Papakura) v. R.N.Z.A.F. (Whenuapai). . 27 THISTLE SENIORS TO PLAY WATKRSIDEEB AT WESTERN SPRINGS, 3 P.M. Fricker, Peebles. Steele. Hadrup, Orr, Barrowman, Appleyard, McLauchlain, Kerr, Arnott, Dean. Reserve: Carter. 27 TENDERS PRICE wanted cut down 3 large Gums; split and cut up for firewood.—722, Remuera Rd. Phone 25-557. 30

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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