AMUSEMENTS •Jf" century jap Queen Street — Phone 42-169. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. Central Heating — Dea! Aids. Sessions: 11—2—5 —8. Plans at Theatre ana Begg's. Queen Street. NOT SINCE "WUTHERING HEIGHTS" AND "REBECCA" HAS THERE EEEN A DRAMA SO COMPLETELY COMPELLING. United Artists Present ANTON CHEKOV'S " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " " SUMMER STORM " With GEORGE SANDERS GEORGE SANDERS GEORGE SANDERS LINDA DARNELL Edw. Everett Horton Anna Lee. A drama of the kind ol woman that sets men . dreaming . . then brooding . . then murderbound ! Recommended by Censor for Adults. CENTURY OPEN SUNDAY FOR ALLIED FORCES AND A CIVILIAN FRIEND. Doors Open 7 p.m. Programme starts 7.45 p.m. YOU MAY BUY YOUR SEATS NOW. [7 VICTORY IT VICTORY v Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. — The Theatre Classique — Situated Corner ot Green Lane and Great South Roads. Phone 16-647. TO-NIGHT AT 8. A Love Story Every Woman Would Die a Thousand Deaths _ to Live! JOAN FONTAINE — ORSON WELLES In Charlotte Bronte's Immortal Story . . . " JANE EYRE '• " JANE EYRE " " JANE EYRE " " JANE EYRE " " JANE EYRE " Recommended by Censor for Adults. 1 * STATE" 1 | Devonport phone 70 " 101 | 1 s TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. She Dared Not Whisper! She nated the life she lived Hate followed her . . . Death shadowed her . . . Scorn and scandal made her loveliness a curse . . . Because of a secret. ANNA NEAGLE — RICHARD GREENE NOVA PILBEAM — LUCIE MANNHEIM Introducing the Brilliant English Comedian CYRIL FLETCHER ("Dreaming of Thee") In the Honest to Goodness Thriller, "YELLOW CANARY" "YELLOW CANARY" LINDA DARNELL — JACK OAKIE " SWEET AND LOWDOWN " tsoth Approveo tor Universal Exhibition. AND N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. ,l||| CRYSTAL PALACE t, l| MOUNT EDEN Phone 60-573 j|l' TO-NIGHT AT 7,45 The Loudest, Longest Laugh in 20 Years. MARJORIE DENIS OArL REYNOLDS O'KEEFE PATRICK MISCHA AUER — CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD, "UP IN MABEL'S ROOM" "UP IN MABEL'S ROOM" "UP IN MABEL'S ROOM" CHESTER MORRIS — JANIS CARTER "ONE MYSTERIOUS NIGHT" Both Recommended by Censor lor Adults. & N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR FILM. 111111 l
TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE dance to N.Z.'s -Largest Cabaret Band in N.Z.'s Largest Cabaret. Civic Wintergardens. Not a moment without music. (Dress optional.) Finally To-night at 7.45. Phone 60-142 MARGARET SULLAVAN — ANN SOTHERN "CRY HAVOC" Recommended by Censor for Adults. And. JACK BENNY — PRISCILLA LANE The Meanest Man in the World Approved for Universal Exhibition. And Belsen Horror Camp Recommended Unsuitable for Children. MEETINGS NEW ZEALAND ALL GOLDS OLD BOYS' ASSN. SOCIAL CLUB (Inc.). 423, Karangahape Road, Auckland. MEMBERS PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. A Special General Meeting of the above Association will be held on WEDNESDAY. August 8. 8 p.m. sharp, at the above address. Business —Urgent; notices of motion. It is Most Essential that You Attend. SUPPORT YOUR HOSPITAL COMMITTEE Best Wishes from Your Executive. We take this opportunity of welcoming all Old Boys back to New Zealand. 28 W./OPIE, Secretary-Manager. BRAINS TRUST PUBLIC MEETING. LEWIS EADY HALL, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1. 8 P.M. "WORLD PEACE AND THE SAN FRANCISCO CONFERENCE." The Brains: Messrs. J. L. Sccullar, W. T. G. Airey, Dr. A. M. Finlay and Professor J. Rutherford. Questionmaster: Mr. W. H. Cocker. Admission 1/. Those attending will be presented with three Institute Pamphlets. Auspices N.Z. INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. 28 THE NORTHERN TAILORS' INDUSTRIAL UNION OF WORKERS. The Annual General Meeting will be held at 323, Pacific .Building, Wellesley Street, on MONDAY, July 30, 1945, at 7.45 p.m. Business: Annual Report ana Balance-sheet, Election of Officers; General. 28 D. BROPHY, Secratary. N.Z. HOMESERVICEMEN'S ASSOCIATION (Inc.). AUCKLAND BRANCH. The usual Monthly Meeting of members will be held in the CLUB ROOMS, Swanson Street, on WEDNESDAY, August 1, at 8 p.m. Business: General. Members are reminded to call at the Office and pay the current year's subscription, now due. 28 W. J. MOORE. Secretary. QUEST CLUB AND PSYCHIC INSTITUTE, COLWILL ,CHAMBERS. The Annual General Meeting of Quest Club Members will be held on MONDAY, August 6, at 8 p.m. * L. I. OLDFIELD. 28 Hon. Sec. U.S.A. WOMEN'S SECTION.. The Annual Meeting will be held in the R.S.A. Cafeteria on WEDNESDAY, August 1, at 7.30 p.m. BUSINESS: Election of Officers; Adoption of Annual Report and Balance-Sheet. / Members and Intending Members are urged to be present. C. F. OSMERS, 28 Hon. Sec. THE TRADE UNIONISTS' FORXJM, TRADES HALL, HOBSON STREET. SUNDAY. JULY 29. 7.30 P.M. Speaker: MRS. FOWLER. Subject: "EQUALITY OF THE SEXES." All Trade < Unionists, their Wives and Friends invited. R. JONES, 18 Hon. Secretary. CALLING ALL SWING FANS! Be sure to attend Inauugral Meeting re Proposed Swing Club. NEXT TUESDAY, July 31, 7.30 p.m. sharp, at AUCKLAND COLLEGE OF MUSIC. High Street (next Campbell's Shos Store). 28 THE AUCKLAND SAVINGS BANK. A Meeting of the Trustees will be held at the Bank on WEDNESDAY NEXT. August 1, 1945, at 2.15 p.m. F. E. SUTHERLAND, Manager. INDOOR SPORTS Y.W.C.A. UP-TOWN TAELE TENNIS CLUB.— Vacancies for players. Mondays and Fridays—Bovs and Girls.—Phone Miss B. Thorpe, 42-832. 28
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