AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT 5.0 AND SiP.M. REGENT' J. C. Williamson Picture Corp.. * Universal Pictures Present DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN And Two Handsome Men In Her LSIe ROBT. PAJGE — DAVID BRUICfi Creating the Love Story in the Goloirful Gold-rush Days of California "CAN'T HELP SINGING" " CAN'T HELP SINGING " And How She Sings those Lovely Songs with Her Rich, Thrilling Voice! — ■ Original Melodies by JEROME KERN. Approved lor Universal Exhibition. PLANS AT REGENT — PHONE 32-8881 REGENT — NEXT CHANGE PLANS MONDAY AT 10 A.M. • * PARAMOUNT PICTURES TROPICAL PARADISE OP Laughter and Song ALL IN RADIANT TECHNICOLOUR * \ Heaven Help a Sailor on a Haven Like This} " RAINBOW ISLAND " " RAINBOW ISLAND " " RAINBOW ISLAND " IN ALL THE WORLD, NO ISLAND LIKE THIS (THAT WE GUARANTEE) DOROTHY LAMOUR EDDIE BRACKEN GIL LAMB Dorothy brings you L'amour while Bracken and his pal Gil bring you laughs. NO RAIN! NO SNOW! NO TAXES! NO RATIONS! ... BUT LOTS OF GORGEOUS GIRLS! Approved for Universal Exhibition. "It's Warm and Cosy" [BERKELEY"! This Evening at Eight o'Clock. Mary Martin, Dick Powell in "HAPPY GO LUCKY" A Most Enjoyable Comedy with Music. A Lavish Production in Technicolour. Approved for Universal Exhibition. March of Time (Backdoor to Tokyo). Air Mail News (Operation Pluto), etc. "It's Warm and Cosy" 1 CAPITOL | 8 V h on M es 0 2 -£ 9 Al, This Evening at a Quarter to Eight. Kenny Baker and Belita in "SILVER SKATES" 1 A Glittering Ice Show with Song and Ballets. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Also Gregory Peck, Tamara Toumanova in "DAYS OF GLORY" A Brilliant Drama of Russian Guerillas. Recommended *?y Censor lor Adults. hi astor hi "-srjsr To-night 7.30. :: Variety Session 7.30 - 8. Bette Davis, Monty Woolley, Ann Sheridan, Jimmy Durante in 44 THE Man Who Came To Dinner" Frances Langford, Esther Dale in " ALL AMERICAN CO-ED " Both Approved lor Universal Exhibition. DT?T?PT "CPQC! ST - HELPER'S JT Phone 51-000 To-nlglit and Monday at 8. 44 HELIiO, !• RISCO, HELLO " (in technicolour) Starring Alice Faye, John Payne, Jack Oakie, Lynn Bari. Also Interesting Supporting Programme. Serial 7.45 To-night only. Approved for Universal Exhibition. j SOUTHERN CROSS j ! ELLERSLIE. To-night and Monday at 7.45 44 PHANTOM LADY " 1 Franchot Tone, Ella Raines. 44 JITTERBUG," Laurel and Hardy. . AUCKLAND AMATEUR TRIALS Manchester Unity Hall MONDAY, SEPT. 17 TO SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 6.45. Prizes: Cups for Competitions, Medals and Certificates will be awarded.
Entrance Fee, 1/6. Entries closs September 5. Ail entries to be made or sent to Boom 36, St. Kevin's Arcade. Karangahape Road. Please send in ycur entries enr:y under the following: Name, address, ciass, age on Sept. 17, Teacher. Itsms will be limited to 3 minutes in all classes. Official Programmes may be had at above address. SYLLABUS.—Ages from 7 to 16 years, Song ana Dance, Character Dance, Skipping Dance, Highland Dancing. Operatic Dance (not Pointe), Pointe Dance (girls), Tap Dancing, Dar.cs Duo (not tap). Dance Trio, Piano Colo, Violin Solo. Song in Costume, Song (not Costume), Popular Song. Action Seng, Piano Accordion, Comedian, Vocal Dust. Musical Monologue. Humorous Rccitaticn, Recitation (non-humorous), Reading at Sight. Altogether there are 70 Classes in which to compete. The Winner of Each Class will be Presented at our GRAND AMATEUR CONCERT in the Town Hail, date advertised later. Encourage your Child in Wholesome Culture. SPONSORED BY THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF AUCKLAND. • 28 King George V. Memorial Children's Health Camp SALE OF WORK TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 3, 1945 Concert Chamber, Town Hall OPENING AT .10.30 A.M. GREAT VARIETY OF GOODS OF ALL KINDS PLAIN WORK FANCY PRODUCE CAKES TEAROOM (Morning Tea, Luncheon, Afternoon Tea) 28 TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT THE TROCADERO DINE AND DANCE Auckland's Exclusive Dance and Supper Lounge. Reservations Held until 9 p.m. LADIES: Uniform or Evening Dress (long gown) Essential To-night.
GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! START WORK NOW AT BYCROFTS START WORK NOW AT BYCROFTS —GOOD PAY —HAPPY WORKING CONDITIONS —LIBERAL BONUSES —GOOD PROSPECTS for PERMANENT POSITIONS Girls! Earn good money while you learn packing and wrapping of biscuits at Bycrofts modern hygienic factory! Seniors and Juniors, urgently wanted to pack biscuits for the Armed Forces—Bycrofts have already supplied over 8000 tons during the war period. Permanent positions will be offered to suitable Girls applying now, as Bycrofts shortly hope to resume peacetime methods of processing, wrapping and packing biscuits, which will necessitate the permanent addition of 150 Girls to Bycroft's staff. Start NOW at Bycrofts to get good pay and liberal bonuses under happy working conditions! Apply in person to FACTORY MANAGER, BYCROFT, LIMITED, Biscuit Factory, Chancery Street, Auckland.
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