AMUSEMENTS t EM B A S S Y J. C. Williamson's Intimate Theatre. WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public Library) PLANS AT EMBASSY. Phone 32-660 i Four Sessions: 11 —2— 5— 8 RAY MILL AND RAY MILLAND In Paramount Pictures' "TILL WE MEET AGAIN" " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " " TILL WE MEET AGAIN " A ROMANCE AS THRILLING AS IT IS BEAUTIFUL. BARBARA BRITTON Recommended by Censor for Adults. GRINS GURGLES .. CHUCKLES THEN. .. RAUCOUS LAUGHTER "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" EMBASSY SOON Approved for Universal Exhibition. v 11 || iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ||| | v |i 11 STRAND Ii i| I | 1 llllllllillllllllllliliilillllllllllllll ill | jj J, J u.recuon. GiViC ineatre. Ltd. I .1 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. R.E.O. Radio Pictures Present N.Z. PREMIERE 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 Torlure Methods Exposed JAP Espionage and Treachery. Plus: LATEST A OVER^AS cA N|WS kA SPORT| H REVIEW MARSHAL TITO'S ARMY SEE HOW THE YUGOSLAV .PARTISAN ARMY BEAT THE HUNS. -PLUS WALT DISNEY'S FAMOUS " DER FUEHRER'S FACE" YOU MUST HAVE HEARD THE SONG NOW SEE THE FILM. IT'S A RIOT Recommended by Censor for Adults. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. u „ PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's -THIS HAPPY BREED. ' I r* A TTTTW I o T a h u h u I Ijriilll/l X I Phone 17-815 and 81. To-night and Monday at 3. Franchot Tone, Anne Baxter and Akim Tamiroff in "FIVE GRAVES TO CAIRO" •-* The Amazing Story of Rommel's Defeat. Programme Recommended by Censor lor Adults. fORPHEUSI ° T I." ° Finally To-night at 3. Bine Crosby. Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour In "ROAD TO MOROCCO" Also Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake in "Blondie's Blessed Event' Programme Recommended toy Censor for Adults. | REX | TE PAPAPA Finally To-night. Variety Session at 7.30. Tyrone Power. Maureen O'Hara and George Sanders in ,4 THE BLACK SWAN" (in technicolour) Also Brenda Joyce and Joseph Allen, jun., in •' RIGHT TO THE HEART " Programme Recommended by Censor for Adults. MAYFAIR sA N P D ho ß ne' BNO-?88 N O-?8 2 H a m To-night and Monday Night, 7.30. Margaret O'Brien and James Craig in " LOST ANGEL " Also Jark Benny. Anne Baxter in " CHARLEY'S AUNT " Boih Approved for Universal Exhibition.
AUCKLAND ZOOLOGICAL PARK THE AUCKLAND ZOOLOGICAL PARK IS OPEN DAILY FROM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. On Sundays trams may be obtained from any part of the City to the Zoological Park at a rost of 1/6 return. Inquire from the conductor regarding the Family Ticket. Admission: Adults 1/. Children 3d. 28 AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DRAMATIC CLUB Will present "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" By Bernard Shaw. COLLEGE HALL. Princes Street. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ' SATURDAY August Bth. 9th, 11th. at 8 p.m. Admission 2 6, plus Booking Fee. "feooking at Lewis Eady, Ltd., from Wednesday, Ist.. 28 HI METRO POLE U TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND. a*. Milk Bar Milk Bar Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN. Director. LECTURES N.Z. RED CROSS SOCIETY (INC.). AUCKLAND CITY SUB-CENTRE. INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES. Members and Intending Members are advised that Instructional Classes will be held as under in the Lecture Hall at Mercantile Chambers. lOi. Customs Street East: — HOME NURSING— Elementary .. Tuesday. August 7, at 7 p.m. Intermediate .. Tuesday, August. 7, at 7 p.m. Proficiency .. Tuesday, August 7, at 7 p.m. FIRST AID— Elementary Wednesday, August 8, at 7 p.m. Intermediate Wednesday. August 8, at 7 p.m. Proficicncy Wednesday. August 8, at 7 p.m. HYGIENE AND SANITATION— Elementary . Thursday, August 9, at 7 p.m. Intermediate .. Thursday, Ausust. 9, at 7 p.m. Proficiency Thursday, August 9, at 7 p.m. NOTE: Enrolments should be completed at the Sonicty's Office prior to the commencement of the Classes. A. A. HARKER. Organising Secretary. N.Z. PEOPLE'S UNIVERSITY (Inc.). SUNDAY. 2.45 p.m. Speaker: Colonel W. Wesley Clemesha, C.1.E.. M.D., D.P.H. Subject: "The Original Families of Mankind." 3. QUEEN ST. Discussion. Friends Welcome. S RATIONALIST ASSOCIATION Fortnightly Lecture SUNDAY, July 29. Speaker: MR. J. O. HANLON. Subject: "Pioneer of Two Worlds —Thomas Paine." No. 3, QUEEN ST., 7.30 p.m. Members and Friends Invited. 28 RADIANT HEALTH CLUB. UNITY HALL, 323, Queen St., TUES.,_3lst, 8 p.m. SOCIAL EVENING. First performance of Dramatic Class under Mrs. J. Fairweather. PUBLIC INVITED. 28 REUNIONS REUNION . M.T. POOL. Members and ex-members are reminded that the Annual dinner of the above Association will be held on AUGUST 17 (Haynes). Members must be financial by JULY 31. 30 A. KEESING. Sec. ORDNANCE M.E.—All interested In a Reunion please write giving full address to E. S. Wallace Valley Road, Birkenhead. 28 Auckland Returned Services' Association (Incorporated) MILITARY BAND THi: ASSOCIATION INTENDS FORMING A PULL MILITARY BAND AND INVITES RETURNED SERVICEMEN. Bandsmen, both Brass and Reed Instrumentalists to join. Would Bandsmen who are interested kindly apply in writing to— Band Committee, C/ 0 AUCKLAND R.S.A., P.O. BOX 1518, AUCKLAND.
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