AMCSEMEXTS 4 — SESSIONS ALWAYS — 4 11 A.M.. 2 P.M., 5 P.M.. 8 °M. FULLERS . r- ■: ST. JAMES' THEATRE" . AIR CONDITIONED ■ Reserves at Theatre. Tel. 32-920. Sensationally Different To ANY Role in which these two Groat Artists have ever appeared. Unusual — Fascinating — Mysterious Unusual — Fascinating — Mysterious With INGRID BERGMAN JNGRID BERGMAN Whose Brilliant Portrayal of the Wife of a Cruel. Calculating Husband won for her the Academy Award, In MetrD-Goldwyn-Mayer's Melodramatic Masterpiece, "GASLIGHT" "GASLIGHT" "GASLIGHT" Also Starring CHARLES BOYER CHARLES BOYER As the Sinister, Possessive Lover and Husband Joseph Cotton — Dame May Whitty Angela Lansbury Associate Programme includes "One Ham's Family" (Colour Cartoon) "Grand Canyon" (Fitzpatrick Traveltalk) St. James' Air Mail News: N.Z. Govt. Film Review . . Hall Family, Auckland, get Govt's. Largest House . . Civic Reception to Mr. Frazer . . Tito's Yugoslav Army. Recommended by Censor as Definitely Unsuitable for Children. Complimentary List Entirely Suspended. cinema :: . remuera I 1 U UKJIX I Pn , 24-749. To-night at 8. A British Picture produced by LESLIE HOWARD With Rosamund Johns and Godfrey Tearle in " THE LAMP STILL BURNS " A Picture You Will Enjoy For Its Sincerity. Latest Newsreel, Australian Cinesound, "Tongues and Tails" (Natural History) Approved for Universal Exhibition. NEW CENTRAL HEATING INSTALLED rT~'~A~TT7 I 'TV I CINEMA :: TAKAPUNA I VjrrllJlll 1 | Pn . 78-465. To-night at R. George Sanders and Gail Patrick in - " QUIET PLEASE. MURDER " Good Featurettes. Approved for Universal Exhibition. [AVONDALEI a l7^J%* Jimmy Rogers. Noah Beery in "PRAIRIE CHICKEN," also Joan Wyatt in " BUCKSKIN FRONTIER " Approved for Universal Exhibition. Ib 1 KAJN U | Ph- 54.380. To-night, 8. Maria Montez, Jon Hall " GIPSY WILDCAT " And " LEOPARD MEN OF AFRICA " Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. fAMRAS'SXPORI _NT£! Tyrone Power, Ann Baxter in "CRASH DIVE" (in stirring technicolour) Preston Foster, Ann Rutherford in "BERMUDA MYSTERY" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. | LIBERTE | P A phone N 43-™ L TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Dennis Morgan, Ida Lupino in " THE HARD WAY " Recommended by Censor for Adults. Don Ameche, Frances Dee in " HAPPY LAND " Approved for Universal Exhibition. [NEWROYALTj ™"£E GUEST NIGHT TO-NIGHT AT 7.3 J. William Lundigan, Jean Rogers in " SUNDAY PUNCH " Recommended by Censor for Adults. Lupc Velcz. Eddie Albert in " LADIES' DAY " Approved for Universal Exhibition. PAXCING TO-NIGHT AND EVERY TUESDAY, g T.M. ZEALANDIA HALL DOMINION ROAD. MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCE. Monte Carlo and Novelty Fox Trot and Waltz |
Competition. STARLIGHT SERENADERS ORCHESTRA. Good Floor. Supper. Roll Up. Gents 2/. Ladles 1/6. 31 Orange Coronation Ballroom VICTORY DANCE CLUB Presents TUPU WAKA AND HIS RHYTHMIC ISLANDERS. EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY. Monte Carlo. Vocalist. Supper. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16 MONSTER POSTER CARNIVAL. Don't Miss It. 31 SPECIAL MY - T - FINE DANCE CLUB PARISH HALL (Late St. Sep.'s) TOP KHYBER PASS (near Miller's Garage) HIDDEN TALENT CONTEST MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. £10 Cash Prizes, also Contract to Sing With Band for three months. A. McKenzie, M.C.; H. Anderson, Mgr. ' 31 TO-NIGHT (EVERY TUESDAY) TO-NIGHT GAIETY HALL SURREY CRESCENT. SURREY SOCIAL CLUB OLD - TIME DANCING. Selected Old-time Numbers by THE CRESCENT QUARTETTE. Excellent F'loor, Music and Management. Ladies 1,0. Gents 11. Lucky Numbers. Supper. Old-time Dancing At Its Best. 31 EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT MUNICIPAL HALL NEWMARKET "MAYFAIR CLUB" OLD-TIME DANCE. Excellent Floor. Dainty Supper. Monte Carlo Lucky Numbers. Old-time Tunes by CUNNINGHAM'S OLD-TIME RIO DANCE BAND Ladies 1/6. Gents 2/. Come and Enjoy Real Old-time Dancing. 31 TO-NIGHT AND EVERY TUESDA DRUIDS' HALL OLD - TIME DANCE. Excellent Music, Good Floor. Prizes and Supper. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Admission 1/6. 31 TO-MORROW NIGHT, WED., AUG. 1, AT 8 P.M. GRAND CARNIVAL DANCE. PETER PAN Waltzing Competition, one guinea prize, best couple. Ticket and Cubicle Reservations obtainable at Lewis Eady. Ltd. Double 10/6. Single 6/. DON'T MISS THIS GREAT NIGHT. Dress Informal. 31 LEARN TO DANCE AT HOME! Send a 2d stamp for complete interesting details—you will not be under any further obligation in any way, so don't hesitate any longer. Write for details of our new Improved Methods which cut study down to an absolute minimum— a few hours PRACTICE without tedious study, and you can do the Waltz, Tango, Fox Trot, etc., etc. Join in the fun, too. Lavelle Schools Of DancingDEPT. A.S.. P.O. BOX 1060, AUCK., C.l. T SYMONDSVILLE SCHOOL OF MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCING. 30. SYMONDS STREET. Classes Monday and Thursday, 8 p.m. Private Lessons Given. Studio Dance First Saturday Each Month. Particulars. Miss Spencer. 42-237. TF I4A.LLR.R.OM DANCING Taught in few Private Lessons. Weekly Class every Tuesday.—Fred Edney's Studio, 319, Queen St. Ph. 41-615. TH MODERN BALLROOM DANCING, Private Tuition, Studio Dance, Poise, Sociability. Servicemen half fee.—Ph. 16-214, Mavis Tollemache. Epsom. TH PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS THE DEVONPORT STEAM FERRY CO., LTD. WINTER FERRY TIMETABLE. MATIATIA AND ONEROA PASSENGER SERVICE (Weather and other Circumstances Permitting.) Leave Leave Auckland Matiatia Mondays to Thurs. . Launch 9.30 a.m. 3.00 p.m. Fridays Steamer 7.00 a.m. 8.30 a.m. 5.45 p.m. 7.05 p.m. Saturdays 1.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Sundays 9.30 a.m. 5.00 p.m. FARES: Over 14 years. 2/6 return, 1/6 single; Ave to 14 years. Hall Fares; under five years, Free. Buses and carriers running through Oneroa to and from Surfdale meet all vessels. All vessels leave from and return to Ferry Building. WAIHEKE CARGO Cargo for Waihelce Island will be received for discharge at Matiatia Bay at any time between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays, and from 8 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. on Fridays at the Ferry Buildings. Moderate freight rates. Charges prepaid, or on monthly' accour.t by arrangement with approved . firms. Vessel sails 9.30 a.m. Monday to Friday. PHONE 41-346. :2
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