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AMUSEMENTS FINAL FOI'JR DAYSI R E GtE N T Sessions: 11.0, 2.0 and 8 p.m. J. C. Williamson Picture Corp. Ltd Universal Pictures Present DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN And Two Handsome tMen in Her Lif« ROBT. PAIGE - DAVID BRUCE " CAN'T HELP SINGING* " CAN'T HELP SINGING" Approved for Universal Exhibition. PLANS AT REGENT — i PHONE 32-888 REGENT — NEXSnSIIDAi; PLANS NOW OEEN. j * PARAMOUNT PICTURES \ TROPICAI. PARADISE OF Laughter and Song ALL IN RADIANT TECHSTICOLOOB Heaven Help a Sailor on a Hwren LUw n. "RAINBOW ISLAND* "RAINBOW ISLAND 1 ? IN ALL THE WORLD, NO ISLAND LIKE Tm. (THAT WE GUARANTEE) DOROTHY LAMOSJR EDDIE BRACKEN GIL LAMB Dorothy brings you L'amour while Bracken his pal Gil bring you laughs. *** NO RAIN! , NO SNOW! NO TAXES! NO RATIONS! BUT LOTS OP GORGEOUS GIRLS! Approved lor Universal Exhibition. SATURDAY'S CROWDS THRILLED TO Tin. SPLENDOUR OP "ROMEO AND JULIET"? Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout N Z.l I STATE | « [STATE]' ONLY FOUR MORE DAYS. TO-NIGHT AT 7.15. 1.30 — MATINEE TO-MORROW — 1.30 "A thing' of beauty is a Joy forever." Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard. In WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S "JIOMEO AND JULIET * "ROMEO AND JULIET" Also: Joyous Laughter Unlimited. ' RED SKELTON 5 1 In "WHISTLING IN BROOKLYN" ' Both Approved for Hnlversaj Exhibiting, Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout NZ), "° VOGUE 7JO " Auckland's Modern, Popular, Intimate Theatre, Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. FINALLY TO-NIGHT. JOAN CRAWFORD — FRED MacMURRAY "ABOVE SUSPICION" Recommended for Adults. And LAUREL and HARDY In "NOTHING BUT TROUBLE" Approved for Universal Exhibition. 1.30 — TO-MORROW — 7.30 ROBERT TAYLOR — ROBERT TAYLOR "BATAAN" Recom. Adults. Unsuitable for Children. Also: WALLACE • BEERY in his Best Hit, " WYOMING " Approved for Universal Exhibition. - GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS TOWN HALL TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW AT 8 P.M. SHARP. BOTH CONCERTS ENTIRELY SOLD OUT. The whole of the net proceeds are to be donated by Gracie Fields, J. and N. Tait and J. C. Williamson's, for the benefit of wounded and disabled members of the Army, Navy and Air Force New Zealand personnel and/or their dependents. "Never a Moment Without Music" COME DANCING EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - CIVIC CABARET *1= = WINTERGARDENS |= Dance to New Zealand's Largest -Band in New Zealand's Largest Cabaret! j — Delicious Savoury Suppers — . MAKE UP YOUR WEEK-END PARTY. * Reserve A Table Phone 30-100 PUBLIC NOTICES - • - SOCIAL SECURITY CONTRIBUTION AND NATIONAL SECURITY TAX. AUGUST INSTALMENT: The second quarterly . instalment of the charge of 2/6 in tne £ on income other than salary or wages derived during the year ended 31st March, 1945, is due on Ist August and must be paid within one month to avoid the 10% penalty for late payment. Limited Liability Companies and other corporate tpdies are required to pay the full year's charge in one sum during February next. WAGES TAX: All employers of labour art notified that severe penaltes are provided for failure to deduct and account for wages-tax (2/6 in £) upon all wages paid to permanent or casual employees, whether on a time, piece work or contract basis. REGISTRATION FEE: All male persons, 20 years of age or over who are not exempt, are required to pay a quarterly instament of 5/ within one month from Ist August. ' Those entitled to exemption must complete the exemption application from within seven days after the last day for payment The Surname (in block letters),, full christian names, full residential address and name and address of employer (if*any), must be entered on the relative coupon before payment of any instalment. F. G. OBORN, Commissioner of Taxes. 30 MEETINGS MANUKAU CRUISING CLUB. Special General Meeting. Business: Amending Rules. Clubhouse, 7.45, TUESDAY, July 31. 30 R. GRANT, Sec. Auckland Returned Services' Association (Incorporated) MILITARY BAND THE ASSOCIATION INTENDS FORMING A FULL 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/O AUCKLAND R.S.A., P.O. BOX 1518, •AUCKLAND.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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