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AMUSEMENTS Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. Four Sessions Daily: 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. Prices: 1/ to 3/4. Deaf Aids Available. Box Plan at Theatre, Phone 30-100. Heated to 68 degrees. Werner Bros.'" Most Memorable Romance Torn Right Out of To-day! IDA PAUL LUPINO HENREID In the enthralling story of two people who destroyed a House of Hate so their Love might live— "IN OUR TIME" "IN OUR TIME" With Nancy Coleman — Nazimova Shorts Include: "ALL AMERICAN BANDS." featuring Freddy Martin, Skinnay Ennis. Joe Reichman, Matty Malneck. "Inki and the Minah Bird" (Cartoon). Latest Paramount News Service. Approved for Universal Exhibition. MAURICE CARBINES at the Civic Organ. FULLER'S _____ | PRINCE EDWARD | | THEATRE I KARANGAHAFE ROAD, TOP OF QUEEN ST. Phone 48-252 Soon the Screen First Release Programmes. 7.30 TO-NIGHT 7.30 AND TO-MORROW (NOT Guest Nights: Usual Prices) JUST TWO NIGHTS for these two SELECTED ATTRACTIONS. First Suburban Screening SUSPENSE! ACTION! THRILLS! With Donald BARRIE, Henry HULL and Dale Evans in " THE WEST SIDE KID " " THE WEST SIDE KID " You will Enjoy the Story of a Small Time Gangster who brings a Big Shot Millionaire to his senses. — And Also — COLOURFUL, ROMANTIC DRAMA... a Thrill Every Minute in the Unlorgettable Screen Entertainment " IN OLD CALIFORNIA " "IN OLD CALIFORNIA" With John WAYNE and Binnie BARNES In a Drama of Aciion aim Excitement with the Frontier Pioneers. Recommended by Censor for Adults. Guest Night On Thursday FULLER'S | BRITANNIAI THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 Auckland's Leading Suburban Theatre with the Best in Screen Entertanment. THIS EVENING AT 7.30 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Presents "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS" "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS" A Love Story That's Merry With Music. Starring Kathryn Van Marsha GRAYSON HEFLIN HUNT You'll Love This Delightfully Now M.G.M. Picture! Share the Laughter. Romance, Trials, Tribulations of Seven Lovely Lencly Gills with boys names looking lor happiness! Hear the glorious songs of Kathryn Grayson and the lovely all-girl orchestra! Added Feature: Universal Pictures Presents "HAT CHECK HONEY" Featuring Leon Grace Walter errol Mcdonald catlett With Three Grand BANDS Eleven New Song Hits Gorgeous Girls. Romance and Rhythm. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S [VICTORIA] THEATRE DEVONPORT Phone 71»683 TO-NIGHT AT 7.25. Rough! Romantic! Riotous! IT'S ALL ACTION! With Wallace Beery Binnie Barnes and John Carradine in "BARBARY COAST GENT" "BARBARY COAST GENT" Approved for Universal Exhibition. — Also Showing — A Colourful Romantic Drama! JOHN WAYNE. BINNIE BARNES And Albert Dekker In

"IN OLD CALIFORNIA" Recommended by Censor for Adults. FRIDAY, SATURDAY MONDAY NEXT— With Matinees Daily 1.30. Bing Crosby, Barry Flizgerald in •' GOING MY WAY " TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY THURSDAY NEXT— •' MRS. MINIVER " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. Box Plans Now Open for These Two Outstanding Attractions. • FULLER'S QCAMEOJ THEATRE GREY LYNN Phone 26-406 Finally This Evening at 7.30. Ann Sothern, John Hodiak in " MAISIE GOES TO RENO " Approved for Universal Exhibition. — Also Showing — Ray Milland. Patricia Morrison, Akim Tamlroff in -"UNTAMED" Recommended by Censor for Adults. COMING TO-MORROW AND THURS.— "The Falcon's Brother" and "Scattergood Survives A Murder." Patrons Please Note:—For the Extended Season of Red Skelton ;n "BATHING BEAUTY" Sessions will be as follows: — Friday Next—s p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Saturday Next—l.3o p.m., 5 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Box Plan Is Now Open. MEETINGS __ BRAINS TRUST PUBLIC MEETING. LEWIS EADY HALL. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST I, 8 P.M. "WORLD PEACE AND THE SAN FRANCISCO CONFERENCE." The Brains: Messrs. J. L. Scoullar. W. T. G. Airey, Dr. A. M. Finlay and Professor J. Rutherford. _ Questionmastcr: Mr. W. H. Cocker. Admission 1/. Those attending will be presented with three Institute Pamphlets. Auspices N.Z. Institute of International Affairs. 31 SECOND N.Z.E.F. ASSOCIATION. SECOND FLOOR. QUEEN'S ARCADE. A Meeting of Next-of-kin and Voluntary Workers will be held in the CLUB ROOMS on TUESDAY (to-night). 31st, at 8 p.m. After a short meeting those present will be the guests of the Committee at a Dance and Social Evening. 31 PENSIONERS' ASSOCIATION Th(! Better New Order Meeting, WEDNESDAY IIEXT, at 2 p.m., DRUIDS' HALL. Newton. A speaker. For something better, then it's for all to act better. Oh, that £2 pension. 31 T. H. MEGANN, Organiser. TAMAKI RATEPAYERS AND RESIDENTS' ASSN. The Annual General Meeting will - be held at PARISH HALL. St. Heller's, TUESDAY, August 7. 8 p.m. Members and Public Invited to attend. 31 V. E. ROBERTSON, Hon. Sec. SHIPPING UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., LTD. Sailings, Circumstances Permitting: Passenger and Cargo Services WellingtonLyttelton, Wellington-Plcton to South Sea Islands, Australia. Particulars on application. FOR LYTTELTON, FROM WELLINGTON: WAHINE Mori.. Wed.. Fri., 7.30 p.m. FOR PICTON, FROM WELLINGTON: TAMAHINE .. .. Mon., Wed., Frl., 2 p.m. CARGO SERVICES: WELLINGTON, DUNEDIN, OAMARU: Steamer Early. GISBORNE: MARGARET W. . Tues., August 7, noon. Booking Agents for Union Airways of N.Z., Cook Strait Airways, Tasman Empire Airways and all other principal Air Lines. MAIN OFFICE: 36-38, Quay Street East. Telephone 49-430. CITY PASSENGER OFFICE: 103, Queen Street. D NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. LIMITED. Sailings. Circumstances Permitting CARGO Usual Services to all Coastal Ports. PASSENGERS. GREAT BARRIER. Full Particulars and Bookings. Please Phone 32-730 (three lines». also 40-750 and 45-094. N.S.S COMPANY LIMITED Quay street. D THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO., LTD. PASSENGER SERVICE TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. All persons wishing to proceed to the United Kingdom must first obtain Exit Permits from the Department of Internal Affairs. Full particulars of further procedure may be ibtained on application to the Company's Offices -nd Agents throughput New Zealand. fi \ M 51 vk S)

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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