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AMTJSEMEXTS 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. Warner Bros. , Most Memorable Romance Torn Right Out of To-day! ID A PAUL LUPINO HENREID In the enthralling story o£ 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 arid the Minah Bird" (Cartoon). Approved for Universal Exhibition. MAURICE CARBINES at the Civic Organ. 1 1 I g'^RATi) 1,1, III! 1 ' 'I II illllllliHllllllilllllil.'llllllllllllii 11:1 I ll ..1 Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. l||| | I 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 TELEPHONE 43-114. HURRY! LAST-2 DAYS 8.K.0. Radio Pictures Present " Betrayal From The East " " Betrayal From The East " " Betrayal From The East " With LEE TRACY and NANCY KELLY Recommended by Censor tor Adults. FRIDAY NEXT— R.K.O. Radio Pictures Presents THE ROMANTIC ADVENTUROUS AND MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " THE GREATEST MASSED CONCENTRATION OF STARDOM HEAR—NESTOR AMARAL and HIS FAMOUS SAMBA BAND. SEE—HAROLD and LOLA In THEIR WEIRD SNAKE DANCE. HEAR—LOUISE BURNETT the AMAZING FO'-'IVKO WHO SINGS C ABOVE HIGH C LAUGH—AT ROBERT BENCHLEY. THRILL—TO THE ROMANCE OF PHILIP TERRY AND AUDREY LONG. YOU MUST SEE "•PAN-AMERICANA " Approved for Universal Exhibition. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. PLAN AT STRAND THEATRE. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Nopi Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED." TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT THE TROCADERO DINE AND DANCE Auckland's Exclusive Dance and Supper Lounge. RESERVATIONS: 30-645. 25 OUTDOOR SPOUTS PAKURANGA HUNT Annual Race Meeting AT ELLERSLIE SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1945 GREENMOUNT HUNTERS' STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, of £400. No horse will, be

eligible which has won a race of any descViptlon at a Totailsator Meeting prior to time of starling. About two miles and a half. HARRIS MEMORIAL HACK AND HUNTERS' HURDLE RACE HANDICAP, of £400. One mile and three-quarters. JELLICOE HANDICAP of £650. One mile. PAKURANGA HUNT CUP STEEPLECHASE of £1050. About three miles. SYLVIA PARK HANDICAP, of £400. Hack conditions. Seven furlongs. BULLOCK-WEBSTER HANDICAP of £400. For Qualified Hunters. aentlemen Riders. One mile and a quarter. ADMIP.ALTY HANDICAP of £500. Six furlongs. Full programme in Official Calendar of July 18, or obtainable on application to the Secretary. Jockeys will be allowed to ride only once in division races. NOMINATIONS CLOSE ON FRIDAY NEXT, AUGUST 3, BY FIVE O'CLOCK. W. S. SPENCE, Secretary. 91, Shortland Street, Auckland. :2 LEAGUE FOOTBALL CARLAW PARK, SATURDAY 3 P.M.: WEST COAST v. AUCKLAND In beating Canterbury 60—5 the West Coast backs gave a brilliant display. We introduce them: 2. Mcuntford, the five-eighth star you will be comparing with J. Murray.. He placed here in :hat memorable 19*13 game, Blackball v. Manukau, and was dec.dedly the outstanding player that lay. J. Forrest and A. Stenhouse are both prolific scoring wingers. J. Sosier, a young iull-back Kriioss play this season has bser. so outstanding that he has displaced IC. Nuttall, a first-class player. J. McNaugh'.on (five-eighth) and W. Mountford (centre) are brlllant ihrustful b.icki with a reputation for deadly tackling. M. Ord Is claimed to be the best half-back in th 3 Domm.on. He impressed as such when here with Blackball. The backs will not disappoint. Admission 1/6 ' Stand 1/. Vice-Presidents' Tickets will not admit. GRAND LEAGUE DANCE, Peter Pan Cabaret ro-MOEKOW NIGHT. Tickets 10/ double.' team will be the guests of tile evening. 1 JACQUET BESTRINtiINO, Best. 8/6 to 30/ — Vatts Sports Depot. Exchanue Lane. 45-412. N

PUBLIC NOTICE THE LICENSEES OF BRIDGER'S PATENT PRQC E_S_S PATENT PROCESS HAVE AS PATENTEES FIXED THE MAXIMUM VENDING PRICE OF THE NEW BRIDGER'S PATENT DENTURE PATENT DENTURE (A. M. BRIDGER. CO-INVENTOR, N.Z. PATENT 78455) At £3 17/6 It is hereby notified that the price of Dentures vended under Letters Patent 78455 has been fixed until further notice at a price not to exceed £3 1 7/6. To supply the Denture to the public at a price exceeding the above price will constitute an infringement of the Letters Patent 78455.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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